By Gus Bode February 15, 1996
DE Special Projects Editor
Planning to someone else’s course reunion, where you don’t know anybody, may possibly not be the criteria for a great time even if you result in the most useful away from any situation.
Stunning Girls, emerge a tiny fictitious Massachusetts city, brings audiences house to a small grouping of gals and dudes, and their class that is 10-year reunion. Nevertheless the movie neglects to develop the figures and provides no understanding of whom these social individuals used to be. The film just shows who they really are now, with no in the middle on what they got here.
Therefore audiences get no genuine perceptions to the importance regarding the reunion of friends, rather than really get acquainted with these folks, helping to make the film as dull as planning to a course reunion with a lot of individuals that you don’t understand.
As an example, Willie (Timothy Hutton) is really a piano club musician. But audiences only witness for a short minute their life as being a musician, then a film moves on. And much more importantly, the movie never ever informs us whom he had been in senior high school. It provides audiences no point of guide to compare their current life to.