Say Anything...

Say Anything...

Director: Cameron Crowe Cast: John Cusack, Ione Skye, John Mahoney
4.6 32

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Overview

Say Anything...

Ione Skye plays Diane Court, high-school valedictorian on the verge of heading to England on a prestigious scholarship. This is especially thrilling to Diane's divorced father, James (John Mahoney), who has always shared a special relationship with the girl, less father/daughter than friend/friend. When Diane begins dating irresponsible army brat Lloyd Dobler (John Cusack), her father despairs at her choice of an "underachiever." Pressured by her dad to break off the relationship, Diane spends the rest of the summer being pursued by the lovestruck Lloyd, who does everything he can to win her back. Diane finally realizes there's more to life than perfection when her sainted father comes under the scrutiny of the IRS.

Product Details

Release Date: 11/03/2009
UPC: 0024543617266
Original Release: 1989
Rating: PG-13
Source: 20th Century Fox
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Time: 1:40:00
Sales rank: 2,820

Special Features

Closed Caption; Commentary by Cameron Crowe, John Cusack and Ione Skye; A conversation with Cameron Crowe; I Love Say Anything...! featurette; 5 alternate scenes; 10 deleted scenes; 13 extended scenes; Vintage featurette; Theatrical trailers; TV spots; Photo gallery

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
John Cusack Lloyd Dobler
Ione Skye Diane Court
John Mahoney James Court
Lili Taylor Corey Flood
Amy Brooks D.C.
Pamela Segall Rebecca
Jason Gould Mike Cameron
Loren Dean Joe
Joan Cusack Lloyd's Sister (uncredited)
Lois Chiles Diane's Mother (uncredited)
Eric Stoltz Vahlere
John Green Luke
Glenn Walker Harris Jason
Charles Walker Principal
Russel Lunday Parent
Polly Platt Mrs. Flood
Gloria Cromwell Ruth
Jeremy Piven Mark
Patrick O'Neill Denny
Bebe Neuwirth Mrs. Evans
Kim Walker Sheila
Chynna Phillips Mimi
Allison Roth Tammy
Lisanne Falk Sandra
Jonathan Chapin Guy #1
Donald Willis Guy #2
Christopher Ziesmer Guy #4
John Bruner Guy
Bill Stevenson Partier
Jaime Gomez Partier
Jim Ladd D.J.
Montrose Hagins Bess
Kathryn Fuller Eva
Lenore Woodward Sabina
Edward A. Wright Mr. Taylor
Joanna Frank Mrs. Kerwin
Jay R. Goldenberg Al Kerwin
Richard Portnow Agent Stewart
Stephen Shortridge Ray
Kathleen Layman Saleswoman
Tom Lawrence Shop Customer
Annie Waterman IRS Secretary
Philip Baker Hall IRS Boss
Jerry Ziesmer U.S. Attorney
John Hillner Court's Attorney
Nicholas Kallsen Nose-Setter
Thomas Payne Man in Kickboxing Doorway
Arlan Feiles Guy #3
Gregory Sporleder Howard
Don "The Dragon" Wilson Sparring Partner

Technical Credits
Cameron Crowe Director,Screenwriter
Danny Bramson Musical Direction/Supervision
James L. Brooks Executive Producer
Anne Dudley Score Composer
Michael Gershman Camera Operator
Richard Gibbs Score Composer
Laszlo Kovacs Cinematographer
Mark Mansbridge Production Designer
Richard Marks Co-producer,Editor
Cheri Minns Makeup
Joe Mitchell Set Decoration/Design
Polly Platt Producer
Jack Roe Production Manager
Jane Ruhm Costumes/Costume Designer
Karen I. Stern Editor
Randy Stone Casting
Nancy Wilson Score Composer
Jerry Ziesmer Asst. Director

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Say Anything
1. Main Titles [1:41]
2. Graduation [9:21]
3. Kick Boxing [2:05]
4. Good News [2:46]
5. A Date [7:17]
6. A Songwriter [7:22]
7. The Keymaster [6:09]
8. Lloyd Is Doomed [5:48]
9. The I.R.S. [2:09]
10. Old People [2:58]
11. Friends with Potential [4:55]
12. A Father's Concern [:12]
13. About the Future [5:29]
14. Love Hurts [3:14]
15. Advice [7:32]
16. Serenade [7:14]
17. About Your Father [1:30]
18. Plea Bargaining [6:51]
19. The Flight [7:42]
20. End Titles [2:44]

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Say Anything... 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 32 reviews.
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I had never actually heard of 'Say Anything', and honestly I have never been into the 80s teen movies. However, my mum bought this, and I thought I would throw it on. The entire movie kept me intrigued, and I fell in love with it. As the cover of the DVD says ¿To know Lloyd Dobbler is to love him.¿ It¿s true. This movie provides me with a little bit of hope, especially the end scene. I would recommend it to anyone who just needed a little reassurance that `everything will be okay¿.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This movie is an 80's classic. I'm such an 80's child. It's a must see for those 80's baby boomers.
Guest More than 1 year ago
One of the greatest love stories I have seen ever. Peter Gabriel's ''In Your Eyes'' is still one of the most moving songs about love. This has to be one of John Cusack's most memorable movies.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Who doesn't love John Cusack after watching this film? Amazing story, characters, and music! Peter Gabriel's ''In Your Eyes'' is the perfect song to come pumping out of Lloyd Dobler's boom box standing under Diane Court's window. You have to see this movie, regardless of your age, personal tastes in movies, etc. Amazing.
Guest More than 1 year ago
'Say Anything' is the quintessential 80's film----it should not be missed by anyone. John Cusack as Lloyd Dobbler will steal your heart, and make you wish that there was a Lloyd in your life. Cameron Crowe is one of the best writers and directors in the industry. This movie contains some of the best lines ever written for feature films. My personal favorite is when Lili Taylor's character, Cory, tells Lloyd 'Don't be a guy. The world is full of guys. Be a man'. How perfect a line! There are so many more quotable lines in this movie, but if you want to hear them---watch it for yourself. You will be glad that you did. This movie is still tops my list of favorites of all time!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This movie shows that even young love should be taken seriously, and let's face it most people don't take that seriously at all. John Cusack is amazing and Peter Gabriel's ''In Your Eyes'' is the perfect touch to pull at our heartstrings.
boomer10rocks More than 1 year ago
At first I saw the trialer, I was like this looks like a good movie plus John Cusack is in it! So I found it on my brother's netflix, and I was so happy that I didn't have to rent it or anything, and when I watched it . . , oh my goodness. When I saw the movie was about to end, I was fliiping out. I didn't want it to end. I wanted to keep watcing it, and the ending, it was like "I cannot believe it just ended!". That very day, I went to the store and bought it. I loved it. The characters were great (Especially Lloyd dobbler aka John Cusack), it was romantic and funny, and I watched it again the very night I bought it, but this time i made my sister watch it too. Of course she loved it. My cousin on the other hand thought the movie looked stuoid by it's trailer, but once I finally got her able to watch it, oh did she regret what she said earlier. I wish I had a Lloyd Dobbler! (P.S. I totally recomend evrybody to just stop wasting your time reading this long review, and just but it!)
Guest More than 1 year ago
Say Anything is the love film of the 80¿s. With its memorable characters and unforgettable quotes, Say Anything is sure to capture the hearts of young and old. Lloyd Dobbler is the all around geeky, yet totally heart-stealing guy, who wants to snag a date with the ambitious valedictorian of his high school class, Diane Court. Through out the movie, you¿ll experience the feelings each person shares with each other. From their first kiss after a wild party, to their devastating break up after Diane¿s father encourages her to break it off before she heads to England for college. With the classic scene of him holding his radio outside Diane¿s window playing ¿In Your Eyes,¿ it¿s sure to make you fall in love with him yourself. One thing stands in the way of their unrequited love: Diane¿s father and his dreams of her going off to college. Diane¿s father has gotten himself into some serious problems with the government, though that makes you want to slap him. Diane, however, stupidly listens to him, breaking the whole thing off. Lloyd is stuck in heartbreak, and led us to one of the many memorable lines from the movie, ¿A pen. I give her my heart, and she gives me a pen.¿ The question of them ever getting back together lingers in the air. This movie is sure to capture your heart and make you want to find your own Lloyd Dobbler. As the cover says ¿To know Lloyd Dobbler is to love him.¿
Guest More than 1 year ago
A very sweet movie, yet it teaches you something about honesty...
Guest More than 1 year ago
This movie has a different vibe than the other 80's teen movies, and I think it's pretty good.
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