Boys ★ The Girl You Want 1995 (PG-13)
Seems like only yesterday we saw Haas as that big-eared, doe-eyed Amish kid from “Witness,” but now, in this dry love story, he has grown into a big-eared, doe-eyed teenager lusting after older woman Ryder. John (Haas) saves Patty (Ryder) after a riding accident leaves her unconscious near his New England prep school. Immediately taken by her beauty and mystery, John decides to hide her in his dorm room and a romance blossoms between the unlikely pair. But John isn't the only one hiding something. Patty has a terrible secret from her past (gasp!), but when it's finally revealed, you'll be too bored to care. Based on the short story “Twenty Minutes” by James Salter. 86m/C VHS, DVD . Winona Ryder, Lukas Haas, John C. Reilly, William Sage, Skeet Ulrich; D: Stacy Cochran; W: Stacy Cochran; C: Robert Elswit; M: Stewart Copeland.
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