Alternative movie poster in minimalist design for the movie Valley Girl by director Martha Coolidge. With the quote: “Hey, man. 23727 Sierra Vista. It’s a party.”

Julie, a girl from the valley, meets Randy, a punk from the city. They are from different worlds and find love. Somehow they need to stay together in spite of her trendy, shallow friends.

Director: Martha Coolidge
Stars: Nicolas Cage, Deborah Foreman, Elizabeth Daily

Quote: “Hey, man. 23727 Sierra Vista. It’s a party.”
Year: 1983


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Storyline
Julie Richman(Deborah Foreman) is a sweet-natured, if shallow, Valley Girl. After breaking up with her jerk boyfriend Tommy (Michael Bowen), she is at her friend Suzi Brent’s (Michelle Meyrink) party (“the social event of the season”) when two boys from Hollywood crash the scene. One of them, the sensitive and adventurous Randy (Nicolas Cage), is immediately smitten with Julie, and she with him. Julie’s friends, however, are not smitten with Randy purely because he is from “Holly-weird” and want Julie to dump Randy and get back together with Tommy. Julie must decide which is more important: her heart and the boy she loves, or the approval of her friends. A side story involves Suzi and her stepmom (Lee Purcell) vying for the attention of Skip (David Ensor) the grocery delivery boy.