Listen to Me (1989)

  • Year: 1989
  • Released: 05 May 1989
  • Country: United States
  • Adwords: 1 win & 2 nominations
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  • Available in: 720p, 1080p,
  • Language: English
  • MPA Rating: PG-13
  • Genre: Drama, Romance
  • Runtime: 107 min
  • Writer: Douglas Day Stewart
  • Director: Douglas Day Stewart
  • Cast: Kirk Cameron, Jami Gertz, Roy Scheider
  • Keywords: friendship, college, love,
20% – Critics
68% – Audience

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Listen to Me Movie Reviews

College Debate is NOT like this…

First, I concur completely with the other review listed here. Beyond that, let me say this movie is an insult to college debate. As a former debator, coach, and director of debate, let me just say that our activities are nothing like these. Debators work hard, practice hard, and win through argumentation, strong evidence, and effective persuasion. Not through hoke, schmaltz, and a total lack of ethics. This just had to be said, as I am tired of people saying, “Oh, I know what college debate is like–I saw ‘Listen To Me’ a few years ago.” Uh, no, you don’t. Also, the plot is sophomoric, predictable, and the acting is terrible. This movie’s only value is as a joke. A sad one, and only when you have an incredible amount of time to waste. P.S.–the Supreme Court has no interest in hearing college debates, and hackneyed, worn-out topics like “abortion” were debated back in the mid 1970’s. Real debators are academicians, and they deal with topics that are relevant and timely. Aw, need I go on? This movie was horrible, and a horrific representation of a worthwhile activity. Please, if you see it, don’t insult anyone associated with college debate by saying you know anything about what they do.

Great Movie

Is this movie ever going to come out on DVD? I love this movie, it has stayed with me for years because it captures the turmoil of teenagers learning how to live with the past and be a good person in the future. I would recommend that all teenagers see it, because it is so sincere and earnest. The emotion and confusion of being a good person, and a good student and a good friend is phenomenal. People are always wondering what they can do or say to be a better person and this movie teaches them that we all make mistakes, but we all survive. If a child or adult learns anything from this I would hope that it would be to treat each person fairly and compassionately. This movie shows that we all have our own demons and with the help and support of family, and friends we can all learn to deal with those demons without hurting those we love and using them as shields from our own pain.

Listen To Me

I only watched this for Amanda Peterson (after watching her great performance in Can’t Buy Me Love) but turns out she wasn’t in it much and her character was a pointless one at that.

However, I was very impressed with Jami Gertz’s performance. I always thought she was rather dull in The Lost Boys and have never in the last 18 years or so ever come across anything else she has been in. OK, so I have seen Mischief and Sixteen Candles but I didn’t notice her in either. It surprises me that she didn’t become more successful after this film.

It’s one of those small ‘lost’ 80’s films that is quite enjoyable despite its flaws and sits well alongside the likes of Can’t Buy Me Love, Secret Admirer and My Bodyguard.