Eight Days A Week (1997)
This adolescent comedy is about Peter, who is so in love with Erica that he sets up camp in her yard. Peter, along with his masturbating friend Matt, cannot believe that Erica is dating slimeball Nick. The provocative Erica does not even notice that Peter is camping on her lawn.
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Critic Reviews for Eight Days A Week
A highlight of 1997 Slamdance Film Fest, this raunchy romantic comedy has a nice premise--a Romeo who won't take no as an answer--but no narrative or plot to speak of, though two leads are charming and Keri Russell shows potential to become a star.
Peter watches the neighborhood for entertainment, and, frankly, watching the grass grow would have been more entertaining for me than watching this movie.
Dreadfully, unspeakably bad.
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