Say Anything… (1989) - dir. Cameron Crowe
Doppler Effect, n.
an increase (or decrease) in the frequency of sound, light, or other waves as the source and observer move towards (or away) from each other. The effect causes the sudden change in pitch noticeable in a passing siren, as well as the redshift seen by astronomers.
The Dobbler Effect, n.
an increase (or decrease) in the frequency of elation, warmth, or general sense of purpose as the observer and the John Cusack follow along with Cameron Crowe’s script. The effect causes supreme jealousy in most males, and extreme infatuation in most females. It is also important to note that no high schooler has ever, in the history of modern man, been as cool as Lloyd Dobbler.