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The film would have been about a soon-to-be-married man and a hitchhiking girl talking about their lives during the length of a car ride.It focused on a womanizer who meets his match when he falls for a woman in debt to the Mafia.She starred in many films in the 1990s, most notably Something to Live for: The Alison Gertz Story (1992) and The Stand (1994)."Some Folks Call It a Sling Blade" (1994 short film - precursor to "Sling Blade").The Pick-up Artist was met with mixed reviews while being a moderate commercial success.The following year she starred in For Keeps, a commercial success that received mixed reviews from critics but was well received by audiences. Ringwald portrayed Darcy Elliot, the editor at her high school paper, who becomes pregnant by her long-term boyfriend Stan, portrayed by Randall Batinkoff. The film was praised by some critics for showing the struggles of teen pregnancy. The film was met with generally negative reviews and underperformed at the box office.In 1990, Ringwald appeared in the James Scott-directed Strike It Rich alongside Robert Lindsay and John Gielgud.That same year she starred in Betsy's Wedding as Betsy Hopper.
In 1980, Ringwald performed as a lead vocalist on two Disney albums.Ringwald gained more success when she was cast in another John Hughes film, The Breakfast Club (1985), which was a commercial and critical success.Ringwald was cast as Claire Standish, a spoiled, rich, so-called sophisticate who is in detention for skipping class to go shopping. The following year, still in high school, she was cast as Andie Walsh in another successful Hughes film, Pretty In Pink (1986).Ringwald was offered a role in another John Hughes film, Some Kind of Wonderful (1987), but turned down the role as she felt it was too similar to the other films she worked on with Hughes.After Pretty In Pink, Ringwald planned to star in more mature roles.