Calendar Girl

1993, Romance/Comedy, 1h 30m

19 Reviews 5,000+ Ratings

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In 1962, lifelong friends Roy Darpinian (Jason Priestley), Ned Bleuer (Gabriel Olds) and Scott Foreman (Jerry O'Connell) have just graduated from their small Nevada town's high school. With time running out before Roy must report for Army training, he is determined to meet his ideal woman, Marilyn Monroe (Stephanie Anderson). After he steals a car from his loan-shark employers, Arturo (Kurt Fuller) and Antonio (Stephen Tobolowsky), the trio hits the road for Los Angeles.

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  • Aug 15, 2009
    In "Calendar Girl," Roy (Jason Priestley) and a couple of his friends go on a wild goosechase when they find who they think is the real Marilyn Monroe. The three have always had a crush on Marilyn Monroe since they were kids and now they will do anything to meet her in person. However, they have some enemies who they must stay away from while they try to catch Marilyn. "Calendar Girl" isn't a good movie. The reason I didn't like it is because it gets old just watching the three chase Marilyn Monroe the whole movie and mainly because the movie doesn't have good acting. Even the bad guys in the movie are unconvincing as the villains who try to get in Roy's way. I wouldn't recommend watching "Calendar Girl" unless you're real bored and there's nothing else on Tv. When the most memorable part of a movie is a nude scene and people only remember the movie by name because they skip forward to the nude beach scene to check out your buck naked butt, that's never a sign of a good movie. Stick to TV shows, Jason
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  • Dec 22, 2006
    sure it's a chick flick but it had it's moments.
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