Peggy Sue Got Married Trailer & Clips


Peggy Sue Got Married full movie is released on Oct 10, 1986. Watch Peggy Sue Got Married online - the English Comedy movie from United States , which has achieved a worldwide gross of $41,488,348. Peggy Sue Got Married is directed by Francis Ford Coppola and created by Jerry Leichtling with Kathleen Turner and Nicolas Cage. Peggy Sue Got Married is available online on fuboTV and Showtime Amazon Channel.

Peggy Sue was one of the most popular girls in high school, enjoying life with her friends and her boyfriend Charlie. It was the typical high school dream, until she finds herself married to Charlie and becoming a young mother. However, her life takes a serious turn, leaving her depressed and facing divorce when Charlie runs off with another woman. At her high school reunion, Peggy Sue faints and wakes up back in high school. Despite her confusion about what has happened and how to get back to her own time, Peggy realizes that she has a chance to start her life over, to avoid her depression and her marriage to Charlie. However, just because she knows the future, does that mean she can really avoid it?

As know as:

Peggy Sue blev gift, Пегги Сью вышла замуж, Pegi Sju vedybos, Peggy Sue gifte sig, Peggy Sue se vdává

Release Date:

Oct 10, 1986

Release Date (Streaming):

Aug 11, 1998


United States



Stream Service:

Columbia Tristar, TriStar Pictures

Production Companies:

TriStar Pictures, Rastar Pictures, Zoetrope Studios

Gross worldwide:



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Richard Corliss
TIME Magazine
This prom-night balloon of a movie floats easily above the year's other exercises in '50s nostalgia. If you dare reach for it, it will land smartly in your heart.
by rottentomatoes, Dec 14, 2008
Pat Graham
Chicago Reader
It's grave, lumbering, arrhythmic, and bloated, an emotional hogwallow of catchpenny insights and easy sentimentality.
by rottentomatoes, Dec 11, 2007
Variety Staff
What makes this treatment unique is that the jokes aren't so much derivative of pop culture, but are instead found in the learned wisdom of a middle-aged woman reacting to her own teenage dilemmas.
by rottentomatoes, Dec 11, 2007

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