Superstar

Theatrical Release: October 8, 1999
Superstar
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Synopsis

Based on the hyperactive and often misguided schoolgirl character created by Saturday Night Live cast member Molly Shannon, the film centers around Mary Katherine Gallagher, who’s looking for her first kiss. She wants it to be a hold-your-breath-‘til-you-think-you’re-going-to-faint, Hollywood-style kiss. Trouble is, no one wants to kiss her. When Catholic Teen Magazine sponsors a talent contest at her school – along with a grand prize of a trip to Hollywood and the chance to be an extra in a movie, she sees the opportunity to make her dreams come true. After all, she rationalizes, everyone wants to kiss you when you are famous.

Dove Review

Content Description

Two obscenities from a child; several expletives, but I caught no profanity; although most of the girl’s actions are sweet-spirited, there are many sexual references and much innuendo; girls are seen in their undergarments; Jesus comes to speak to our heroine several times – although these scenes do not mock our Lord, the humor is sometimes questionable.

Info

Company: Paramount
Director: Bruce McCulloch
Producer: Lorne Michaels
Genre: Comedy
Runtime: 82 min.
Industry Rating: PG-13