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A delinquent teenager's only link to society is the attachment he feels towards an older brother-figure. When the older boy starts spending time with a new girlfriend, the teenager begins to feel even more alienated, and gets involved with drugs and the police.Written by
Cynan Rees <email@example.com>
In the original novel, Ponyboy Curtis is featured, and the rivalry between the Greasers and the Socs is referenced. However, they were left out of the movie adaptation, to make it a stand alone story. See more »
In just about every scene where a bus is involved, it's bus #461. See more »
That was then, this was now was, to my opinion, a pretty good movie, with plenty of action to keep you interested. The characters however, look different from what I imagined in the book. Still, Mark and Bryon made things interesting both in the book and the movie. A lot of the other characters, such as Cathy, M&M, Charlie, Angela, and the shepherd brothers also made the movie and the book interesting, especially near the end.
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