Nicole is a 16 year old girl who like most teenage girls, likes to have fun. When she and her best friend, Margo, go out to a party one night, Nicole meets the handsome and mysterious David, who she ends up getting together with. After a couple of weeks, Nicole realises that David is becoming really possessive and he gets very jealous when she talks to other guys and not telling him where she’s going, etc. David even beats up one of Nicole’s male friends because he’s seen walking Nicole home. When Nicole ends up breaking up with David, he’s obviously not happy about this and does everything to try and get her back, when that doesn’t work, he and a bunch of his thug friends break into Nicole’s home, which leads to some nasty consequences. –IMDb
James Foley (born December 28, 1953) is an American film director and screenwriter. He was born in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, New York, the son of a lawyer.His 1986 film At Close Range was entered into the 36th Berlin International Film Festival. —Wikipedia
Incredibly stupid, conservative and anti-sex but there's a lot of "erotic teen thriller" fun to be had if you shut your brain off and enjoy all the trashy melodrama and 90s aesthetics (even though the cheap thrills of Marky Mark shirtless at his peak and Reese Witherspoon's short skirts can't hide the abysmal script). The infamous rollercoaster fingerbang scene however is genuinely amazing and perfect in every way
Mark Wahlberg is the best person to get seated next to when riding a rollercoaster.