You're a Big Boy Now

1966, Comedy, 1h 36m

11 Reviews 250+ Ratings

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A New York Public Library clerk (Peter Kastner) leaves home and meets a go-go dancer (Elizabeth Hartman).

Cast & Crew

Peter Kastner
Bernard Chanticleer
Elizabeth Hartman
Barbara Darling
Geraldine Page
Margery Chanticleer

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  • Jul 12, 2007
    Francis Ford Coppola's introductory offering gives primarily a different take on the 1960's coming-of-age genre, different than say "The Graduate", although many of the same elements are present (part of my recent return to some of the films that formed my ideas about film). Novel editing, music that syncs with the story, quirky characters, all present. "This is the same guy who made "The Godfather", and "Apocalypse Now"," you will ask yourself while smiling throughout at this little gem. And one of the few times Karen Black played "the good girl" (nearly making it must see for that reason alone).
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