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Fifteen & Pregnant (The True Stories Collection)

4.2 out of 5 stars 59 customer reviews

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Evie and Cal Spangler are a family divided. A recent separation has their children bouncing from one house to another. When their oldest daughter Tina (Kirsten Dunst) moves back in with her mother, Evie (Park Overall) feels she can finally concentrate on rebuilding her family. But Tina didn't move back alone; she has a secret that will tear her family apart. Before Tina will get her driver's license, graduate from junior high or go to the prom, she will have a baby. Pregnant at fifteen, Tina is forced to deal with the fact that none of her friends or Ray, the father of the child, wants anything to do with her. With no strong relationships at school, and a tenuous relationship with her family, Tina decides she's in this alone.

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  • Actors: Kirsten Dunst, Katee Sackhoff
  • Directors: Sam Pillsbury
  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    NR
    Not Rated
  • Studio: Fisher Klingenstein Films
  • DVD Release Date: September 24, 2012
  • Run Time: 87 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (59 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000784WYA
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,488 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Fifteen & Pregnant (The True Stories Collection)" on IMDb

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By A Customer on July 6, 2003
Format: DVD
When I first saw this movie I was touched. I was also fifteen and pregnant. It helped me to understand how my life would be turned upside down and still turn out alright. I got to look at all points of view. How tina felt and how her mother had to struggle to try to keep her family togteher. I would recomend this movie to any body. Fahter or mother.
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Format: DVD
I enjoyed this movie, I remember watching it on Lifetime when I was in high school and I was glad I could find it on DVD.
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By Meesha on January 26, 2005
Format: DVD
My mum loves these true story DVDs, which you can buy dirt cheap in many places, but I only watched it because it starred Kirsten Dunst, plus it was something I could review on here. The film jumps pretty quickly from the morning sickness in the early months, to the full-blown big bump with days/weeks to go. It's also a very short TV movie, 87 minutes, but feels a lot longer.

Kirsten Dunst plays the spoilt brat who sleeps with her boyfriend (who you can tell right away that he's just after getting into her pants), and proceeds to tell him that she doesn't want him to tell her he loves her if he doesn't. I'm sorry, but many guys will say that just to get you into bed - I'm not talking from experience here though. I thought Kirsten played the role very well, although the labour scenes were a bit OTT, but aren't they always in these type of films? She makes the adult (although she's only 15, and very immature I found) decision of not giving the baby up for adoption or abortion.

There are also some outright lies in this TV movie, but I think it's more to scare the viewing audience than anything else. Some of the characters discuss how many women die in childbirth and mention that it's 20%. And nowhere in the show are they ever corrected (it's more like 0.8%).

To make this film better, it should have been extended, and showed how Tina got on after giving birth, rather than seeing her leaving hospital all smiley. She plays a character that would shout, scream & walk out on her baby to be with her friends more than be affectionate towards it. However, it is a good movie, and thankfully, I've passed that stage, to have unprotected sex, with a guy looking like that!
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By A Customer on March 29, 2002
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I think this movie is great for teens cause I am 15 to and I was thinking about having a baby until I watched this movie and relized I was not ready. To take a big responsibilty. My friend who watched it had a different theroy. She is the same age as me and now going through a pregnancy just so she can have someone to love. I would like to thank the director for making this movie its really made me stop and think before I react.
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All characters are believable in this drama about teen pregnancy. The film examines the dynamics of all family relationships and the effect a pregnancy will have on siblings as well as parents, who in this film, are separated. Relationships are not usually ideal in this scenario, and nearly every stock character showcases what could happen before and after the pregnancy. The once doting, soon absent boyfriend, the supportive best friend, the misunderstanding siblings and conflict driven parents all contribute to the conflict and are realistic.
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We had a scare with our 16 year old daughter. She told me she thinks she's pregnant. One... I'm glad she felt comfortable to tell me. I'm not saying that I wasn't bothered. I had her take a pregnancy test and it came out positive. I told her lets watch this movie. She said mom I'm not going to learn anything from a movie. We watched the movie together. After the movie. She starts crying. I ask her why is she crying. She said I never thought of everything that would come out of this decision I made. This movie is educational. If you have a teen that is making not so good decisions. Have them watch this movie. Guaranteed they will at least learn one thing.
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By A Customer on June 3, 2003
Format: DVD
First of all,I think the other reviews are wrong, because this movie isnt just about "Kirsten Dunst", its deals with her whole family in the movie. It's a great movie about a girl who is 15 and she gets pregnant by a boy who leaves her and she ends up going to a school for young pregnant girls, and then she has it all on her own without her boyfriend. It's a great movie but its only for Mothers and girl teens, because they can learn from the movie if a mothers young daughter ever gets pregnant early. yes, Kirsten does give a great performance but its not just about her,the mother in the movie goes through a lot too. Great movie for a mother daughter to sit down and watch together!!
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By A Customer on July 3, 2003
Format: DVD
This movie touched on the epidemic of teenage pregnancy. It was realistic and let the viewers know how teenage pregnany not only effects the individual pregnant, but also how it effects the entire family. It was very heart felt, and did not sugar coat an issue that has become quite relevant over the past couple of years.
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