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Get Over It

MPAA Rating: PG-13 for some crude/sexual humor, teen drinking and language.
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Romance Comedy
1 hr. 27 min.
Year of Release:
USA Release:
March 9, 2001
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Featuring: Ben Foster, Kirsten Dunst, Melissa Sagemiller, Ed Begley Jr., Carmen Electra
Director: Tommy O'Haver
Producer: Richard Hull, Louise Rosner, Marc Butan, Michael Burns, Paul Feldsher
Distributor: Dimension Films

Plot Summary: GET OVER IT tells the tale of a high school boy who is down on his luck. He loses his girlfriend and will do anything to get her back—including quitting the basketball team and trying out for an acting role in a Shakespeare play. But as soon as he stops moping over his break up, he begins to take interest in his best friend’s little sister (Kirsten Dunst), and finds that romance is everywhere.

Viewer Comments
Comments from young people
This movie was STUPID, entirely pointless, I wasn’t even with Christian friends and THEY STILL thought it was perverted and just plain dumb. I would have much rather been at a GOOD PARTY instead of watching a lot of drunk kids at a BAD PARTY.
My Ratings: [Very Offensive / 1]
—Liz, age 16
I went and saw Get Over it with my sister and a bunch friends on her birthday. I have never been that appalled at a movie for the first time in my life I was tempted to walk out of the theater. The movie had a pointless plot along with foul language, nudity, teenage drinking, and sexual innuendo. This movie also contained a scene at a strip bar and the lead character’s parents encouraging him to have sex! Trust me on this one it is a “must miss.”
My Ratings: [Extremely Offensive / 1]
—Catherine H., age 15
This movie was a typical teenage movie. I went and saw it with my 3 Christian friends from church. It was not as bad as many other movies but does have many scenes of drinking and smoking. Also profanity is used. The has one bad strip club scene that could have been taken out. However, although the movie is pretty good compared to the recent movies, it has no plot and is really stupid. It is not stupid enough to be funny though. This movie is okay if you just want to see a movie, but I would save my 7.50 for something else.
My Ratings: [Average / 3]
—Diana Smith, age 14
I was soooo sad about this one because I love Kirsten Dunst! It was perverted and gross. Full of sexual humor and a trip to a strip club is also involved in this gross out film. There is also underage drinking and smoking. A fear swear words ruin the film as well.
My Ratings: [Extremely Offensive / 2]
—K.E., teen
I saw this movie with my friend, she and I both loved it. There was little bit of foul language but overall a good movie!
—Rachel Bebbe, age 15
This is very good movie. I was not as bad as I thought it would be. I went to see it with a Christian friend and her dad and the father loved it too. There are no sex scenes, some foul language, drinking, a scene at a club, but I did not find any of it offensive. This movie is clean compared to most PG-13 movies out there now. Overall, a good movie!
—Nicole, age 12
This movie was horrible. Not anything like “She’s All That” or “10 things.” So much worse. it’s not that it’s sick and nasty, it’s just a stupid, boring, pointless movie… not worth $8.50, $5.50, or even 2.50. The only thing I liked is the music… So use the money that would have gone to the movie on the soundtrack.
My Ratings: [Average / 2]
—Krystal, age 15
Movie Critics
…a lot like She’s ALL THAT and 10 THINGS I HATE ABOUT YOU…
—JoBlo’s Movie Emporium