There is nothing more exciting than grabbing all of your pillows, a blanket and bag of snacks and heading to a cemetery with friends to see your favorite 80's movie. Should I simply say favorite movie of all time? Of course Annakim snuck in early like a ninja and secured the best seats on the lawn. I swear she is touched by an angel, or just crazy in the art of "cutting" in line. While the rest of us stayed waiting in the long long line. On the inside they were playing the best songs, like YAZ Mr. Blue, Tears for Fears-Mad World, Age of Consent by New Order etc... This was Jeaneen and I as the cemetery got dark, giddy with anticipation... This is what we looked like after we realized STACEY (Heidi Holicker) was sitting on the BLANKET next to us!! That's right, Stacey (Julie from the movie's BEST FRIEND!!) She has so many amazing lines in the movie- I'm like freaking out! YOU HAVE TO CLICK ON THESE FOR THE WHOLE IMAGE: She looked so incredible! Can't believe she starred in this in 1983! When I mentioned this she said "Well I never got married and never had kids!" The fountain of youth revealed. "Stacey" even passes some cookies our way from her blanket. She told us some cool insider tidbits of trivia too. She said most of the clothes were her own, and that she was the only actress really from the valley of the main girls. As soon as the movie started, I felt anxious. I was going to be watching my all time favorite film on a cemetery lawn outside with ton of people. The purple sky lit up the palm trees in the distance and everyone settled into their pillows and snacks. It felt like hundreds of cozy beds lined up at a mega drive in. I couldn't help but look occasionally at "Stacey" whenever one of her scenes played. There was a sweet look of awe on her face, perhaps from the overwhelming fans and the magic of watching it so big with stars above. She shyly held her head in her hands while she laid on blanket near us, a smile on her face. Although this may sound corny, something super nostalgic happened while watching. I had this feeling that my chest might burst with a powerful emotional surge. Hearing a MILLION Miles AWAY like a time capsule. Every scene as strong as they were the first time I watched them on my friend Samantha's couch in high school. (her parents owned a Video Cassette movie place in the 80's!) I kept thinking that even though this was shot in the 80's, this is the way you want things to be. You want strange boys from another school, to invade your dull house party and drag you to Hollywood and show you a side of town that is scary and exciting. You want to stay out all night making out in a car, and have the time of your life, see things you've only read about in books. Do men even fight for affection anymore? Strange how this film embodies my ideal romance. Viv told me that today it's called "stalking", ha ha. I just loved that during the scene where Randy gets kicked out of the party and decides to turn the car around go back for that dazzling chick Julie...when he says something like: Who was that guy? I mean I was doing alright with that chick, I dig her-she likes me -Screw it were going back- No one's gonna tell me who I'm gonna score with...EVERYONE screamed and cheered in the cemetery crowd. Stacey (Heidi) gave Lincoln a sweet kiss on the cheek The best way a movie can end- How can I top this!?