Valley Girl (1983) is the most '80s movie ever made. With the rare female director in place, it turns what was meant to be a teenspolitation flick into a romance for the ages. Mother-daughter movie critics Tara McNamara, of the MTV generation, and Riley Roberts, age 17, look at the movie through the lens of today to identify why Nicolas Cage's first leading role is so awesome, and yet, so, so wrong.
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