I have watch this classic so many times. I think I may even enjoy it a bit more than others because of my age. I remember seeing some of the cars that was presented in the movie as a child. Then again in my teens when I got into cars. There use to be a cruise night which I would attend at times where a group of people who were into cars would have these old classics like a 1963 T bird, 1970 Chevelle, or the 1932 Ford Deuce coupe with a rumble seat. I also remembered during my teens how a group of us would all get our cars and drive up and down Main St. and back on King St. in a circle where some guys would drag each other at the lights. Watching the movie brought so many memories back to me not to mention the restaurants that serve you at your car. This was done before the take out window started and became so popular. Believe it was an AW root beer restaurant that had this type of service when I was a child. The story of just trying to figure out life at that age where you have finished high school and not sure about your future or what next step you should take is what the movie is about. The ending of one ERA is also represented in the movie. I think this movie would appeal to the car buffs and older people then the young as the computers tend to have change things. How many younger people these days would want a 1970 Cutlass 442 or even a 1970 Chevell not to mention the 1932 Ford Deuce Coupe, they would probably want that Honda Civic souped up instead. I enjoyed the movie and I have seen it before many times.