DirectorColette Burson Initial DVD releaseSeptember 12, 2000 Duration
Release dateApril 17, 1999 WriterColette Burson, Kate Robin CastBonnie Root (Stream Hodsell), Gaby Hoffmann (Jenny Simon), Mia Farrow (Judy Hodsell), Ellen Pompeo (Upset Girl), Ryan Reynolds (Henry Lipschitz) Similar moviesZandalee, The Key, The Temptation of Kimono, Student Services, Blue Is the Warmest Color, When Harry Met Sally...
TaglineIt's All About Feeling Good.
Coming soon 1999 full movie part 5 of 7
Coming Soon is a 1999 American romantic comedy film and is also Ashton Kutcher's debut role.
Three wealthy, savvy high school seniors, Stream Hodsell (Bonnie Root), a smart, down-to-earth strawberry blonde, sassy Jenny Simon (Gaby Hoffmann), who masks her intelligence behind a guise of fishnet stockings, and soulful Nell Kellner (Tricia Vessey) attend the prestigious and expensive Halton School in Manhattan and have everything - brains, beauty, money, popularity, powerful parents, and boyfriends like Chad (James Roday) and a garage band musician, Henry Rockefeller Lipschitz (Ryan Reynolds). They have it all but are still unfulfilled. After losing her virginity without obtaining sexual satisfaction, Stream is confused as well as unfulfilled and studies the problem with self-help books, women's magazines and the comically misinformed advice of her peers. Judy Hodsell (Mia Farrow) is Stream's distracted ex-hippie mom, Dick Hodsell (Ryan O'Neal) is her yuppie father with a new young girlfriend, Mimi (Yasmine Bleeth), and Mr. Jennings (Spalding Gray) is a feel-good career counselor.
Bonnie Root as Stream Hodsell
Gaby Hoffmann as Jenny Simon
Tricia Vessey as Nell Kellner
Ryan Reynolds as Henry Lipschitz
Ryan O'Neal as Dick
Mia Farrow as Judy Hodsell
Yasmine Bleeth as Mimi
James Roday as Chad
Spalding Gray as Mr. Jennings
Peter Bogdanovich as Bartholomew
Bridget Barkan as Polly
Ramsey Faragallah as Wahid
Ashton Kutcher as Louie
James McCaffrey as Dante
Victor Argo as Mr. Neipris
Dmitry Lipkin as Young Teacher
Ellen Pompeo as Upset Girl
Rhasaan Orange as Sincere Boy
Timothy Stickney as Suave Man
This film became the center of a controversy over gender-biased ratings when the MPAA Ratings gave this film the "NC-17" rating shortly after giving the far racier American Pie an "R" rating.