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What's Your Worth is a 1985 American Drama film written and directed by John Huston starring a teenage Brad Pitt, Mark Ruffalo, Jason Statham and Wesley Snipes as well as featuring Meryl Streep, Amy Steel, Connie Britton, John Huston, John Malkovich, Susan Sarandon, Liev Schreiber, Heavy D, Philip Seymour Hoffin, Michael Jai White and Kate Walsh.

Story

Four teenage boys all of whom ironically have names beginning with J take a pact to committ as many rebellious acts as they can for 48 Hours pursuing what they want and obtaining it without hesitation and fear which is what held them back before from getting what they want.

The Boys and the Four things

  1. Jensen Harlent- Desires an older woman named Cathy Ponting and plans to run away with her to Modesto.
  2. Jack Rermest- Desires another girl in favour of his controlling moody current girl
  3. Justin Harnock- Desires his father's girlfriend
  4. Jackson Heeney- Desires his longtime friend's girlfriend

Cast

  • Brad Pitt as Jensen Harlent
  • Mark Ruffalo as Jack Rermest
  • Jason Statham as Justin Harnock
  • Wesley Snipes as Jackson Heeney
  • Meryl Streep as Cathy Ponting
  • John Huston as Larry Harlent
  • Susan Sarandon as Marlita Harlent
  • John Malkovich as David Rermest
  • Jerili Romeo as Ellen Rermest
  • Liev Schreiber as Yaxley Rermest
  • Heavy D as Harrison Moko "The Moke"
  • Philip Seymour Hoffman as Little Larry Turner
  • Michael Jai White as Thomas Washington
  • Regina Hall as Irene Boxworth
  • Harvey Keitel as Principal Patrick Moore Paxton
  • Lily Tomlin as Miss Evie
  • Paul Sorvino as Mr. Edens
  • Melinda Dillon as Miss Kelly Ponting

Soundtrack

  • Sh-Boom- The Chords
  • Rum and Coca Cola- The Andrews Sisters
  • Downtown- Petula Clark

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