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1980-A group of four teenage girls in the San Fernando Valley {An urbanized valley in southern California, lying mostly within the city limits of Los Angeles}, and the usual problems teenagers have to cope with. Deidre is fascinated by her sexuality, likes boys and has lots of boy troubles. Madge is unhappily overweight and mad that she's a virgin. Plus, her parents are overprotective and she has an annoying younger sister. Annie is a teen runaway who drinks and pops pills, and runs away from her abusive father. Jeanie has to take care of them and is fighting with her divorced mother. They think that the school is rubbish, their boyfriends are immature and the grown-ups have come from another planet and are more in need of "growing up" than they are.
The movie was striking for me, because it seemed to mirror the teen years that I was leading in California...the characters were versions of your own friends, and their tragedies hit home too.

For all those who watched friends go nowhere in life, die young or make a success of themselves...this movie is nostalgic.

Stars Jodie Foster, Sally Kellerman, Scott Baio and an extremely touching and wrenching performance by Cherie Currie (The Runaways).
"She wanted to be buried under a pear tree and have the roots grow right through her, so all her friends could come once a year and eat a pear and say, "Mmm, She sure is tasting good this year."
by BohemianEarthMother August 05, 2005
 
1.
fox
(noun) A beautiful and attractive woman
She's a stone fox!
by logos November 15, 2002
 
2.
FOX
1. A television network that produces the most degrading, mind-retarding, digressive, low-budget reality programming on the planet. It has gained credibility as a major network by consistently feeding the masses with crap that fills them up. High points for the network include animated shows, especially Family Guy, which they eventually cancelled.

2. A news program that is the most sensationalist of all of the 24 hour news channels. Again, FOX NEWS has experienced high viewership due to its unparalleled ability to catch the eye of the imbecile with ridiculously exaggerated reporting and other tactics aimed at getting viewers first, and giving correct, unbiased, factual news second. Also a perfect example of how the media, in all actuality, is much more conservative than liberal. The common misconception that the media is liberal is based on surveys that asked anchors, reporters, and other people that are on the camera to give their political affiliation. The survey should have been done on the big businessmen that own everything, who are the people that get to decide what gets on the air and who gets to keep their jobs.

3. Any of various carnivorous mammals of the genus Vulpes and related genera, related to the dogs and wolves and characteristically having upright ears, a pointed snout, and a long bushy tail.
Fox news is the current administration's propoganda machine and is a much sadder comment on the state of American affairs than the current trend of low voter turnout.
by questlove July 17, 2003
 
3.
fox
A fox is a cute little animal, duh!
Hey, look at the fox!
by Zach February 16, 2004
 
4.
Fox
A term used to describe someone thought of as very attractive/sexy. Can be used for males or females. See also foxy for adjective form.
Look at her, she's a total fox!

Kathy had a date with a fox last night.
by George February 02, 2004
 
5.
Fox
A television network possessing simultaneously the foresight to let The Simpsons run past its first season; the idiocy to underpromote and then cancel Futurama; the cruelty to abuse and then kill a decent show like Firefly before its first season was over; the perversity to air crap like Who Wants To Marry a Millionaire, Joe Millionaire, et al.; and the cluelessness to wonder why it's a one-hit, third-rate network.
FOX. Give your brain a rest.
by Jyrinx July 20, 2003
 
6.
fox
A vulpine. That is, a small, mainly carnivorous mammal with a pointed muzzle and a fuzzy tail. In the dog family, but possessing feline characteristics.
"The little gray fox narrowly avoided being hit by a car."
by Qit February 23, 2004
 
7.
Fox
A TV network stupid enough to cancel Family Guy and so hardened on trying to ruin American culture that it turned the MLB All-Star game into a reality TV show by making it count for something. The only thing that keeps FOX alive is "The Simpsons", which constantly makes fun of its own network. FOX is almost a symbol for all that is evil in America.
FOX News is about the crappiest news ever. About 1/4 of it is actually news and the other crap is "are online flower orders making you wilt?"
by Capital_A July 19, 2003