The Favor (1994 romantic comedy)
Directed by Donlad Petrie
The Favor (1994 romantic comedy)
You know what they say about favors... never ask anyone to do something you wouldn't do yourself! From Donald Petrie, the director of Miss Congeniality and How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days comes a funny, light-hearted comedy of errors about a woman who learns this lesson the hard way. Starring Harley Jane Kozak (The Taking of Beverly Hills), Elizabeth McGovern (The Bedroom Window), Bill Pullman (Mr. Wrong), Brad Pitt (Fight Club) and Ken Wahl (The Wanderers). On the eve of her fifteenth high school reunion, Kathy (Kozak) fantasizes about making love to her hunky ex-boyfriend Tom (Wahl)... because she never got to in high school. Now married, Kathy devises an ingenious way to sleep with Tom without cheating: sex through proxy. Begging her open-minded best friend Emily (McGovern) to seduce her old flame so she can get all the juicy details, Kathy is unprepared for the consequences when Emily falls for Tom. Suddenly it's like high school all over again as these two friends sharpen their claws over “the favor” that has gone too far. Comedian Larry Miller (The Nutty Professor) co-stars in this laugh-out-loud, light-hearted romp.
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