Pretty In Pink: The Golden Age of Teenage Movies

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St. Martin's Press, Jan 15, 1997 - Performing Arts - 230 pages
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Jon Bernstein, film critic for Spin magazine critiques his favorite teen movies from the golden age of the '80s. The Brat Pack and their contemporaries have grown up, but celluloid has them flickering forever, angst-ridden, haunted, guileless, cocky, stripped to their briefs, and all dressed up pretty in pink. 25 photos, 8-page color insert.

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A fun, if completely subjective guide to the overblown, big hair, MTV-generation movies of the 1980s geared squarely at teenage audiences of that decade. Not terribly informative, but a great shopping ... Read full review

Review: Pretty In Pink: The Golden Age of Teenage Movies

User Review  - Goodreads

A fun, if completely subjective guide to the overblown, big hair, MTV-generation movies of the 1980s geared squarely at teenage audiences of that decade. Not terribly informative, but a great shopping ... Read full review

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professor of poliitcal science at DePaul University

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