A pair of teenage girls are headed to a rock concert for one's birthday. While trying to score marijuana in the city, the girls are kidnapped by a gang of psychotic convicts. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Last House on the Left
Mari and Phyllis go to the "big city" to see their favorite band BloodLust. Along the way they meet up with newly escaped convict Krug and his gang.
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Hunter H (gb) wrote: This movie made me want to throw up...
Rabeea (au) wrote: o_OI certainly don't want to say anything good so I won't bother. A few funny bits but the whole reincarnation thing is boring now.
Theresa L (ag) wrote: Dark as Hell but iNsAnELy funny. It's the "Citizen Kane of alcoholic clown movies." >:)~
The Fat Man Q (es) wrote: Oh boy oh boy! I'm up to 32 Nick Cage movies watched! Crossed the halfway point with this gem and Bringing Out the Dead. What do we have here? A coming of age drama in which Nick Cage plays an idiotic womanizer who uses his friends? And do we also have a moody, whiny Sean Penn to boot? What more could I ask for?? Although it seems to have killed his career as a director, Richard Benjamin at least had the decency to shoot it in 1.85:1, unlike Zandalee. The story involved Nicky (Nick Cage... hmm), his friend Henry (Sean Penn), and Henry's chubby chunkin' cheeked love interest, Caddie (Elizabeth McGovern). Nicky loves to run the gauntlet of loose women in town, while Henry is a one-girl man. All heck breaks loose when Nicky impregnates a girl and convinces her to abort it. Hilarity ensues as they are ushered off to war after doing a lot of yelling and moping. Favorite Nick Cage Line: "Wow, 200 bucks a shot. That's some business, huh?" Favorite Nick Cage Moment: When he's driving his hot rod away from the abortion, swigging from a booze bottle. Classy. Gotta be honest, I had to look up a script to even find a decent NC line in the entire movie. Unlike many of his movies, it wasn't so much embarrassing as it was boring. Surprisingly, there were some saucy scenes in this (for whatever reason) PG movie underscored by a sensual saxophone soundtrack.
Maxime B (kr) wrote: I had never heard about this movie until I found a copy of it at my local library. This was a charming, fun and HYSTERICAL movie. The story was engaging and I felt myself routing for every character, hoping they would reach their goal of meeting the Fab Four!
Trenton R (jp) wrote: I have no problems with this movie, it's sweet, it's memorable, it's sad. It's just a great movie.
Richard D (nl) wrote: Definitely not a top tier musical. To start with, it's based on the absurd premise that Audrey Hepburn could be perceived as dowdy. It's pretty by-the-numbers ... no surprises here. It is an attractive film (Richard Avedon was a visual consultant), plus it has beatniks. Beatniks make any film better.
sandy s (de) wrote: i love edward cullen!!!!
Jamie C (ca) wrote: Good Christmas film, A little silly but hey it's a Christmas film it shouldn't be serious, One of them films that I must watch at Christmas and one of my favourite ones.
leanna b (kr) wrote: I love this movie its my fav ever