The story of a 18 year-old guy, Lan Lafferty decides to make the trip lasted 500 miles from Chicago to Knoxville with his best friend Lance just to "lose" his virginity. However, Lan can't expect that it's a journey filled with risk and Lan will be taught many life experiences . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Percevial M (ag) wrote: Saw Fishburne on the cover and figured this would be a decent film. Glad to say that it definitely was.
Erin D (mx) wrote: A sweet little film about an unconventional relationship. The first 15-20 minutes of this film really suck, the story takes forever to get going, but once Lucy and Henry start 'dating', it picks up, it's funny and enjoyable. I really like his 'forgetful Lucy' song.
FilmGrinder S (de) wrote: So Swazey hears there's a revolution going on down in Cuba, so he boogies on down to what he had mistakingly thought was a dance revolution.
Private U (es) wrote: It was funny and cute. I'll watch anything with Sean Patrick Flannery in it.
Michael W (au) wrote: Despite 22 prior arrests, the judge opts for leniancy in the case of a street gang leader accused of killing a young child in a home invasion, allowing him to walk on a suspended sentence. Instead he sends the father to jail for contempt. Excessively violent but simply electric story of a group of regular guys who decide to 'take back the streets' of their neighbourhood. Great cast.
Shawn M (jp) wrote: I grew up watching this movie over and over and king of the wild frontier. They sure don't make movies like this any more its ashame. I can still watch this movie over and over and not get tired of it. Still got Mike Fink's song memorized.
Greg W (fr) wrote: While not spoken in the same breath as Sturges' later films, this is every bit as worthy-- a hilariously bitter satire that is as energetic and adventurous as his best-known work.
Adrian Z (de) wrote: Russell Mulcahy's directorial debut betrays his background in video clips - visually it features stylized cinematography (courtesy of Dean Semler) and creative lighting. The problem is this is not enough to sustain a wretched Jaws satire featuring a giant razorback boar terrorizing outback Australia - cue those Road Warrior cliches while we're here. The boar itself may look good in a still shot, but moves so poorly the jerky camerawork can't hide it, whilst acting is generally poor. May hold some kitsch value to cult film buffs, but this one is hardly entertaining.