as Mrs. Axman
as Mrs. Steiner
as Supermarket cashier
as Security officer
Critic Reviews for Foxes
The movie's a rare attempt to provide a portrait of the way teen-agers really do live today in some suburban cultures.
Though they are all extremely dissimilar, they dream of creating their own life and space together free of parental and societal expectations.
One of Foster's earliest, but no less impressive, turns
Audience Reviews for Foxes
Interesting movie. For someone who did not grow up with such wild circumstances, It is difficult to imagine. The ending was abrupt and unsatisfactory.
I saw this drama on TV a long time ago, I thought it was pretty boring for the most part, but it seemed a pretty realistic view of teenage girls. Plus, there are a bunch of stars in this, so it's an okay movie.
Kind of muddled. Does not seem to be very well edited and the story skips around a little bit and doesn't always make a lot of sense. Also, WTF with the young bride at the end? Aren't these girls meant to be like 16 or something?! I kind of liked it for it's early 80's setting - the fashions were amusing, (those HUGE glasses), and I was interested to see Cherie Currie act. On the whole it is a story of female friendship, which is always good, but I think it could have been executed a little better.
|Mary:||“Just because they fit you for a diaphragm it doesn't make you a woman."|
|Mary:||Just because they fit you for a diaphragm it doesn't make you a woman.|
|Annie:||I'm going to Oregon.|
|Mary:||You're short 40 year olds...and tough ones!|
|Mary:||You're short 40 year olds... and tough ones!|