Strike!

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Total Count: 12

73%

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Movie Info

Adolescent girls form an alliance to help each other meet their goals while attending an all-girl's school in the 1960s---ambitions that include losing their virginity and sabotaging a merger that would make their school co-educational.

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Cast

Kirsten Dunst
as Verena von Stefan
Lynn Redgrave
as Miss McVane
Heather Matarazzo
as Tweety Goldberg
Rachael Leigh Cook
as Abby Sawyer
Monica Keena
as Tinka Parker
Thomas Guiry
as `Frosty' Frost
Merritt Wever
as Momo Haines
Tom Guiry
as Frosty
Brenda Devine
as Miss Phipps
Rosemary Dunsmore
as Page Sawyer
Nigel Bennett
as Harvey Sawyer
Jenny Parsons
as Mrs. Dewey
Dorothy Gordon
as Mrs. O'Boyle
Michael J. Reynolds
as Mr. Armstrong
Danny Smith
as Groundhog
Noah Shebib
as Conrad Bateman
Paul Nolan
as Schumacher
Hayden Christensen
as Tinka's Date
Shawn Ashmore
as Photographer
Jack Duffy
as School Guard
Richard McMillan
as Bert Chubb
Les Porter
as Choirmaster
Antonia Di Portago
as Mlle. Mercier
Barbara Radecki
as Tinka's Mother
Paula Barrett
as Odie's Mother
Robert Bidaman
as Verena's Father
Phoebe Lapine
as Tinka's Sister
Margaret E. Chieffo
as Student Monitor
Simone Rosenberg
as Herald Tribune Girl
Tania Harbick
as Girl at Dance
Ray Doucette
as Trustee
Tino Monte
as TV Reporter
Gayle Redshaw
as Hockey Mistress
Roger Dunn
as Police Captain
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Critic Reviews for Strike!

All Critics (12) | Top Critics (3)

Audience Reviews for Strike!

  • Dec 03, 2011
    This one manages to deliver much more than you'd expect. It's not perfect and perhaps doesn't explore the gender war as much as it could have, but the story is heart-warming, the characters are likeable, and overall it's an enjoyable experience.
    Matt P Super Reviewer
  • Jul 21, 2008
    I feel like less of a man for watching this movie. I'm not even sure if women will enjoy this. The smart kind anyways.
    Thom M Super Reviewer
  • Feb 10, 2008
    An exciting young cast and a sense of nostalgia fuel this invigorating film. In a private girls' school, four protagonists form a club to be true to themselves and their school, which is in dire financial straits. Fun, funny, dramatic, and beautiful realised by a stellar cast.
    Dean M Super Reviewer
  • Feb 17, 2007
    Cute movie about a girl's school in the 60's going coed. I didn't like the puke scene in the middle of their concert, though!
    Ida K Super Reviewer

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