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Peggy Sue Got Married

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1986
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103 min
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Peggy Sue Got Married, On Demand Movie, Comedy DigitalMovies, Romance

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Plot: Nominated for three Academy Awards® including Best Actress, Peggy Sue Got Married stars Kathleen Turner as Peggy Sue Bodell, a pretty, buoyant mother of two recently separated from her husband (Nicolas Cage). Attending her 25th high school reunion alone, she faints and wakes up to find herself once again a senior in high school-in 1959. Although she appears to her classmates as a 17-year-old bobby soxer, Peggy Sue has her adult memory and perspective, from which she is able to enjoy the delicious, if at times heartbreaking, ability to revisit the past while knowing what the future holds. Able to take chances she never took, Peggy Sue does her best to right a few wrongs, but it's the insight she gains into her relationship with her husband-to-be that may actually do her some good-once she gets back to the present.
Rated PG-13 by the Motion Picture Association of America.

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