If you loved Pretty in Pink, chances are you''ll love Some Kind of Wonderful too.
What does SKOW stand for?
SKOW stands for Some Kind of Wonderful (movie)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
And I love the taste, it's like some kind of wonderful lambic, I could drink this all night.
Her married boyfriend is played by the great character actor Elias Koteas, and since we’re going down memory lane, we’ll give a shout-out to his role in Some Kind of Wonderful, but we’re not really sure if he was perfectly suited as Michelle’s lover.
These are advertised as being some kind of wonderful superfood, and every person is vulnerable to being tempted by these come-ons, and they are, indeed, grown oil the other side of our planet.
And after storming versions of Some Kind Of Wonderful and their last song, Time Of My Life, you wouldn't want to bet against them being around a while yet.
But Joe and Co managed to redeem themselves with a real crowd-pleasing encore, which they kicked off with the new single Some Kind Of Wonderful, which (for the record) is not a cover version.
Starting with American Graffiti and moving through Risky Business, Fast Times at Ridgemont High, and the many look-alike films of John Hughes - Breakfast Club, Pretty in Pink, Sixteen Candles, Some Kind of Wonderful, and on and on - these films create a world of motherless and fatherless children who "cruise" and "hang out" on "the strip" or in the mall and live in suburban homes where no adults dare show their faces to the camera and only the kids' rooms, decked with rock posters and stocked with stereo, TV, computer, and phone, are visible.
Hughes got the ending he wanted with Some Kind of Wonderful.