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Cruise is believable as an athlete; and the cocky bravado he emits to impress his girlfriend (played with matching complexity and maturity by Lea Thompson) has a fetching sense of lift, too. But his vulnerability is what's most refreshing and ingratiating about Cruise's Stef. [05 Nov 1983] Read full review
A surprisingly large portion of the picture is given over to a gritty and unexpectedly moving examination of a senseless but understandable feud between two wrongheaded, sincere people making all the wrong moves. [21 Oct 1983] Read full review
Two people finally tell each other the truth. This is, of course, an astonishing breakthrough in movies about teenagers, and All the Right Moves deserves it. Read full review
A well-made but sugar-coated working-class fable about a football star. Read full review
This naive little movie hopes to prove itself the Flashdance of football. Read full review
There is a tender resonance in its cheesy sports drama operating with all the obvious moves. Read full review
This cliche-riddled picture was the directorial debut of veteran cinematographer Michael Chapman, who took no risks in his first time out. Read full review
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