Young love is grand. But young love is not easy and might force the lovers to do something that might deemed immoral if not illegal.
In the satirical high school comedy Sugar and Spice (2001) Jack (James Marsden) and Diane (Marley Shelton) are the typical movie high school couple. He is the dark-haired popular, star of the football team quarterback. She is the blonde, slightly ditzy head cheerleader. It is a match made in high school heaven.
Finding themselves pregnant and kicked out of their parent’s houses, Jack and Diane move into a small apartment. The problem is that Jack’s part-time retail job is not enough to support them. Diane, with the help of her fellow cheerleaders, robs a local bank. But a rival cheerleader, Lisa (Marla Sokoloff) is onto the scheme and is more than willing to go to the police.
As a comedic satire of high school, it’s cute. While the premise is there, the narrative was not as fleshed out as it could have been.
Do I recommend it? Maybe, but that is on a good day.