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- 1+ 61- 20
Lola: "It’s so good to love someone so much it hurts...I don't know how people survive this."
They do survive, Lola, but in the short-term, love really sucks -- especially when it's love during high school. Lola writes all of her feelings out in her journal, but she needs to be careful, or her mom might find it.
- 2+ 40- 8
Lola: "I can’t love him but I do. I feel so real with him."
Awww, young love, isn't it dramatic? When Kyle and Lola start spending a lot more time together, it's almost inevitable that they're going to hook up. Is this more than friendship? Possibly so.
- 3+ 20- 3
Anne: "Until you turn 18, there's a few things that I won't tolerate."
Lola: "Really? Like what?"
Anne: "Like messing up your life."
Lola's going off the rails, and it's up to her mom, Anne (Demi Moore), to step in with a little parental discipline. And as much as Lola probably doesn't want to hear it, her mom means well. She's trying her best to keep Lola from screwing up too badly.
- 4+ 32- 13
Principal: "And your reason for being late is..."
Kyle: "Well you're gonna laugh..."
Principal: "This is as much as I laugh."
Kyle is there for Lola after her horrible breakup, providing some much-needed distraction from all the sadness and the drama. Unfortunately, he's also helping to get her into a little trouble at school...
- 5+ 21- 7
Never Let You Go
Kyle: "We're friends, but, I just want you to know that if I were him I'd never let you go."
Kyle is best buds with Lola's ex-boyfriend, Chad. When Chad and Lola split, he and Lola grow close. It sure sounds like he's interested in being much more than just friends, doesn't it?
- 6+ 11- 3
What Are You Thinking?
Anne: "A B in Math? A C in History? A D in Biology? Lola, what are you thinking?"
Grades slipping? Yeah, that's a huge problem, and Lola's mom knows it. What is she thinking? She's thinking that life basically stinks, and all she wants to do is party -- Biology just isn't a top priority at the moment.
- 7+ 18- 10
Lola: "I know that this looks really bad..."
Anne: "This looks really bad. You're grounded!"
Ah, yes: All coming of age movies feature the Parent discovering that the Kid has thrown a massive party while they're away. In this case, Anne arrives home early to find that her beloved daughter, Lola, has thrown an epic bash, trashing their home. Getting grounded is getting off easy.
- 8+ 11- 4
Lola: "I hate her, look at her -- even her underwear is skankville."
Janice: "I wish I had her a**, though."
Like any typical teenage girl, Lola is consumed with jealousy when her boyfriend dumps her for another girl, Ashley (someone who puts the "skank" in "skankville"). Can Lola move past all of that and into the arms of a boy who really likes her?