The 12 years old well-bred Lonnie meets the impudent Karen on the street. They spend some time together and Karen teaches Lonnie some of her favorite occupancies, like make-up, shoplifting, skipping school and lying to the parent about it, but confessing to the priest later. But Karen also learns some honesty from Lonnie. A film about social differences and growing up.
- Stars:Sarah Boyd, Rainbow Harvest, Neill Barry, Alyssa Milano, Danny Aiello, Susan Kingsley, Roxanne Hart, Fran Brill, Gerry Bamman, Anne Pitoniak, Charlie Willenger, Michael Monetti, Manny Jacobs, Gina Battist, Paul Butler,
- Director:Marisa Silver,
- Writer:Marisa Silver
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(fr) wrote: An example of movie that should be terrible, but its fantastic cast pulls it through. Poehler's manic goofiness mixed with Fey's smart sarcasm perfectly pair to bring the weak editing and direction far above bad. Sweet, delightful and ultimately harmless.
(es) wrote: very nice and honest confession of both of them.
(au) wrote: Starts off with real potential but the script and story are all over the place and ends up being more silly than was probably intended.
(es) wrote: Gory & Disturbing. Not My Thing. Leave It At That..Ugh.
(gb) wrote: :fresh: :fresh: :fresh: :fresh: :fresh: [font=Comic Sans MS][size=3]I don't think it was released in the theaters. Look for it in the video stores. A very underrated film. It was a great suprise.[/size][/font]
(de) wrote: Pretty desperate (especially the Three Stooges bits by the Fat Boys) but does prove that laughter really is the best medicine. Did enjoy Cheap Trick's Rick Neilson's cameo.
(fr) wrote: 41/100. Disappointing misfire, too bad, it has a terrific cast. Sigourney Weaver is the only bright spot in this movie however. It's just not that funny, it's pacing is very uneven, as are the laughs. It's not without a few good scenes, but as a whole it just doesn't work. It could have been a funny and biting satire, but is instead an oafish slapstick comedy with extreme characters and situations.
(mx) wrote: Flawed, but so much fun. Sleaze Sisters!
(ca) wrote: More a white elephant than a white buffalo picture.