Debbie Does Dallas

Debbie Does Dallas

Debbie Benton is the captain of her high school cheerleading squad, and has been accepted to try out for the Texas Cowgirls. Her parents disapprove, though, and refuse to pay the fare to Texas. In a bid to help Debbie, her cheerleader friends Lisa, Roberta, Tammy, Pat, and Annie decide to accompany her to Texas. They have two weeks to raise the money, and swear off any sexual activity with their boyfriends and form a company, called "Teen Services", offering help.

Debbie gets a spot on the roster of the Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders, which is referenced only as "Texas" throughout the movie. The only problem is that Debbie doesn't have enough money to ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Kevin M W (fr) wrote: One of the pluses of this haunted house outing is the realization that you would like to see a decent haunted house film made. On the minus side is when you admit to yourself that this isn't it. Nice to see Faye Dunaway and Carrie Anne Moss though.

Ricardo A (au) wrote: Despite a solid cast and some good scenes, About Alex leaves a could have been better feeling.

Da N (ru) wrote: Not only a great story, but someone had the foresight to film it, and film it well. The ultimate underdog tale. FIFA should replace their official movie with this. Love it !

Brian H (gb) wrote: It's alright. The story could've been cleaned up better.

Anterpreet S (ca) wrote: Great movie with very good direction. Shows the true picture of prejudice faced by Sikh Youth in today's North American society. Hope this helps people realize that Sikhs are not Muslims, and 95% of people we see around wearing turbans, are Sikhs.

Lewis P (mx) wrote: Slow-paced like a turtle*** This review may contain spoilers ***At the beginning of 'Loggerheads', we're introduced to three pairs of seemingly unrelated characters. To make matters even more confusing, we're informed (via titles on the screen) that the action is taking place in three separate time lines (between the years 1999 and 2001). It takes a great deal of time but eventually we come to see how the three pairs are related: Mark Austin, a young man in his 20s, gay and HIV Positive is estranged from his conservative parents, Elizabeth and Rev. Robert Austin.Mark is now a drifter and arrives in Kure Beach, North Carolina, a seaside town, where he meets George (sensitively played by Michael Kelly), a gay motel owner and they eventually become involved with each other. Meanwhile, Mark's birth mother, Grace (played by Bonnie Hunt) has come to the point in her life where she has decided to find the son she gave up for adoption when she was 17. Similarly, Mark's adoptive mother, also has decided to track her estranged son as she misses him (despite the misgivings of her homophobic minister husband).'Loggerheads' we're told is based on a true story and that perhaps is its Achilles Heel. Director/Writer Tim Kirkman tries too hard to create scenes fraught with dramatic tension where there is very little to be found. Take Mark and George?they're both sensitive souls who have little to disagree about. There's some slight tension when Grace faces off against an Adoption Agency Director who is forbidden by law to give her any information about her lost son as well as a slight conflict with her mother who denies that she disapproved of her when she became pregnant as a teenager. No sparks fly either between Elizabeth and Robert since the good Reverend has adamantly insisted from the beginning that he has no intention of reconciling with his son.'Loggerheads' is similar to 'Brokeback Mountain' in that the gay couple are the good guys and the straight males (for example, the Kure Beach cop and the Reverend) are the baddies. The biggest letdown of the movie is that there is no interaction (and hence no dramatic conflict) between Mark and either one of his 'mothers'. Mark is already dead before either the birth or adoptive mother has a chance to reconcile with him.Kirkman's theme is both a plea for tolerance and an exhortation for family members to express their heartfelt feelings before it's too late! Kirkman's sentiments are for the most part well-intentioned but they do not make for good drama. Loggerheads moves along at a snail's pace without providing any new revelations (or suspense) regarding such topics as AIDS, Adoption and Homophobia. Ultimately 'Loggerheads' fails due to its slow pacing.

Ammar D (jp) wrote: perfect gore in final destination 2

Haydn W (gb) wrote: Flawed but enjoyable thriller, totally undeserving of its demise, due to 9/11.

Kyle M (ca) wrote: The kind of story this film holds would have a warming heart, but lack it until the last few minutes. Although you can enjoy the acceptable cast that are good, even though some acting were somewhat not being tried in this adaptation with a sad tone that's probably more affective to a specific audience. (B-)(Full review coming soon)

Sarah F (ag) wrote: Yeah, i'd like to see this, i think!

xander (fr) wrote: This is one hell of a fun movie. It is a parody of women in prison films. They never have classes even though they are in reform school and sit around dressed in lingerie. There is the brutal matron Edna(Pat Ast in a "Divine" worthy performance) and Wendy O Williams as bad girl lesbian Charlie. Add Sybil Danning into the mix as the evil Warden Sutter and you've got a combo that will do anything but bore you. So young, so bad, so what? Beware the kitty stomp!

Mark M (kr) wrote: Most interesting brothers in conflict movie I can remember seeing in some time. A makes you think movie.

Alexander C (jp) wrote: Could be worth watching. Will find and devour with my eyes!

Alexandre B (au) wrote: Scorsese fait apparemment aussi des films pour un jeune public. Une belle introduction au travail de George Mlis!

MF J (us) wrote: One of these really cool indy / small budget film with tons to say and a very n ice way to say it. These two lads are beyond funny and the amount of attempted failures only make their success look incredible in comparison. The cast is good and deliver some very believable performances. This is a cool film, maybe not a masterpiece but definitely something fun to watch.

Jamie I (au) wrote: I do believe that Mickey Rourke earned his Oscar nod for this film. His acting as the miserable pathetic Randy "The Ram" whose only joy life is his dried up professional wrestling career. This film is agonizing as we watch Randy struggle to repair his shattered relationship with his daughter, struggle to court Marisa Tomei's sexy stripper, Pam/Cassidy, struggle with a heart attack and struggle to fit into the real world. This movie is sad at best and the thing that made me the angriest is its abrupt ending, no resolution; it just ends. I don't know if I can recommend this but I can say damn! I don't even have a body like Maria Tomei now; she looks smoking hot for 45! I'mjealous.