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Pumpkin (2002)
Starring: Christina Ricci, Brenda Blethyn, Dominique Swain, Hank Harrison
Director: Tony R. Abrams, Adam Larson Broder
Category: Comedy, Romantic Comedy, Independent
Studio: MGM / UA
English, Spanish, French
117 mins



Silly, sweet, farcical and subversive, Pumpkin pushes the boundaries of teen melodrama to an absurd pitch, resulting in a film that is bracing, hilariously funny, and quite often, "and in unexpected ways," touching" (A.O. Scott, The New York Times)

Sexy Carolyn McDuffy (Christina Ricci) has the perfect life - a good family, a top sorority, and a hot boyfriend - until she meets the "not so perfect" Pumpkin (Hank Harris), a "challenged" discus thrower who touches her soul and turns her life upside down. Suddenly smitten, Carolyn finds herself embroiled in a culture clash that will make you laugh "with humor, with recognition and with disbelief" (Roger Ebert) as you follow her hysterical journey from popular insider.... to ostracized outcast!


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