FRESH HORSES is a completely worthless rehashing of PRETTY PINK in which Ringwald and McCarthy essay mirror images of their former Hughes-penned characters. Ringwald is a 16-year-old, barely literate young thing whose stepfather molested her until she married a gun-totin' good ol' boy
Mortensen, with whom she has ostensibly never had sex. Along comes McCarthy, a fairly likable rich kid with equally rich friends (hmm, sound familiar?), who is preoccupied with college and his upcoming marriage to a whiny, prissy debutante (Peacock). But lo and behold, when McCarthy meets
Ringwald, it's love at first sight. At first, their romance is heavenly bliss, but then McCarthy ...