Pursuing the girls are the neighbor boys named the Wormers.The film is told in the present through the girls who are now adults.They are very well cast by some of Hollywood's biggest names, who perform with a sweet, gentle, fitting attitude.The movie's actors are willing to give more than the script allows.I didn’t really think about what was going on around me.I just did what I had to do.” Devon was only 17 when the film came out and said that he developed feelings for all of his female co-stars! “I had a crush on Gabby, I had a crush on Christina — all the girls. The problem lies not within character, however, but in plot.The film seems unclear of what it is about, whether it wants to detail the lives of four adolescent girls, discovering the death of Dear Johnny, childhood mischief: the story is so easily distracted.
I compare the film's structure to that of a deformed tree, where there are plenty of narrative roots and the story branches off in many directions, but it does not have a thick trunk for support.Roberta, Teeny, Samantha and Chrissy have been busy growing up, but they always remembered the promise they made to be there for each other.Now they're together again to relive the greatest summer of their lives.Although he only had five minutes of screen time, it was arguably his biggest part to date and led to appearances in Now and Then (1995), Night of the Twisters (1996), Wild America (1997) and SLC Punk! The former saw Devon, who played Scott Wormer the town bully, share his second on-screen kiss with his co-star Christina after their smooch in Casper.The young star also joined Jessica Alba in Idle Hands, before being cast as Alex Browning in horror film Final Destination - a role he later reprised in the fifth instalment.