Tough drama looks at the plight of a young L.A. prostitute, who shoots heroin to get through the day, sells sex just to survive, and eats roadkill sometimes when there isn't anything else available. Into this futile existence is thrown a psycho killer, who gets off on raping and slaughtering the girls he catches on the streets. Sy is a straight kid from Sanata Barbara, who gets drawn into this scuzzy underworld and tries to rescue the young prostitute from the killer and her existence.
- Stars:Christina Applegate, David Mendenhall, Eb Lottimer, Jane Chung, Starr Andreeff, Alexander Folk, J. Bartell, Paul Ben-Victor, Tom Ruben, David Lawrence, Patrick Richwood, Aron Eisenberg, Sheryl Bence, Kady Tran, Julie Jay,
- Director:Katt Shea,
- Writer:Andy Ruben, Katt Shea
Serious, well-made story of runaways living in Venice, California, under the threat of a psychotic cop who is a serial killer of prostitutes. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(de) wrote: Mind numbing and stupid, the perfect example of how a movie supposedly "educational" could actually make your kids dumber! Walking with Dinosaurs was a great, informative, engaging documentary, so trust some idiot to slap on rich American voices, chuck some potty humor in and name it the same as the actual documentary. This movie was NEVER funny, and all it gets credit for was John Leguizamo mildly entertaining bird host, and the stunning visual effects. A waste of time, a definitely not as educational or funny as it hopes. Neil Nightingale, I don't even know you, but please... stop, and Barry Cook, consider yourself lucky that Mulan saved your ass.
(br) wrote: Happy Feet Two is one of the worst animated movies in recent memory
(ag) wrote: Ungh...Overly long negative affair with characters who hardly end being redeeming. Sad cuz its from Canada. Blech!
(ru) wrote: It seemingly exists to buff its predecessors' rough spots but only tarnishes their memories.
(ag) wrote: for the longest time I was so addictived to this movie I think Ive watched it about a 100 times
(kr) wrote: Finally crossed a big one off the shame list with a first time viewing of this flick - it's a perennial fav of a chunk of folks my age, but it'd somehow escaped me. It's a lot of (kinda corny) fun, and I've always had a little crush on Lucinda Dickey, so this definitely scratches that itch in a big, bad way.Well worth a look.
(nl) wrote: the worst thing ive done this weekend is watch the weekend...it is pure shit!
(us) wrote: A terrifically engaging thriller. Lucille Ball stars as a quick-witted American Taxi-Dancer working in London, who is hired on by Scotland Yard to help track down a killer who targets young, single women.Director Douglas Sirk (who would go on to make such lush melodramas as Written on the Wind, All That Heaven Allows, and Imitation of Life) demonstrates his masterful skills at both atmosphere and blunt yet effective plot interjections within scenes (such as a woman being picked up by a mysterious stranger just as a newsboy crosses the frame wearing a sandwich board announcing there is a killer on the loose).
(mx) wrote: The anti-smoking campaign is really the only reason to watch this movie. great for a fan of cheesy obscure movies.