The dating guy woody
Actually, I guess she should count her blessings in not being stuck with that dork...
And I LOVED the second possible ending where Woody hightails it out of there, leaving Ayyyun to wonder what the hell happened! ever notice how the Coronet 'house' is the same for all the films?
There is not a single spelling mistake in Saint Cahier's post.
Perhaps you think Saint Cahier spelt 'educated' incorrectly as 'edulcorated'. Saint Cahier was clearly educated in the 70/80s and is therefore not a product of the 'modern educational system'.
The Hi-Teen Carnival that Woody and Ann go to is wholesome and innocent, as are all the teen activities in Coronet films. according to other movies of the same era) but what exactly was wrong with the second girl?
No wonder WoodyÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂs parents are so untroubled as he goes out the door. Just because she likes to sit quietly and talk doesn't mean she's "no fun to be with" and not good enough for Woody.
Since the other reviewers wrote about the dating part of the film, itÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂs good to look at what else this film tells us about life in America in 1949.
Clearly Ann is the right choice with her chipmunk smile and frighteningly exuberant attack on the inedible cotton candy. but, the truthful thing is, 99% of people all felt this way.
I think kingwaylon and Robin_1990 owe Saint Cahier an apology.
" Woody decides to ask Ann Davis, who, the narrator points out, "knows how to have a good time." With her perpetual squint and chipmunk cheeks, Ann (pronounced "Ay-yun" by the actors in this film) is the perfect companion for super-nerd Woody. When we walked into class and saw the projector we all rejoiced!!
After I watched it and tried to put the do's and dont's into practice I never got another date . Note the direction the thing goes during the scene with the snobby girl. I cannot believe this sily little film caused all the controversy in the reviews below. You still felt like you were the only one in the world who just did not fit in...
Don't forget to save your dating experience before making important, game-effecting decisions such as making rude invitations to date or coming onto your date while walking her up to her door! Awkward Woody wants to ask schoolmate Anne out on a date to the Hi-Teen Carnival.