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***This review first appeared here at Audienceseverywhere.net*** 

Director: Michael Lehmann.
Genre: Dark Comedy.
New World Pictures.

Heathers is the original “popular girls in school get what’s coming to them” movie. 540 more words


Quick Movie Review: Heathers

At first glance, this surreal dark comedy may be too weird. However, you have to understand what it’s trying to do. It’s not for everyone, but Heathers is an engaging and honest commentary on how society eats up tragedy, which creates a chain reaction that sends others searching for that same attention. 195 more words


True Romance (2003)

“He’d say, “that’s the way it goes, but don’t forget, it goes the other way too.” That’s the way romance is… Usually, that’s the way it goes, but every once in awhile, it goes the other way too.” – Alabama (Patricia Arquette) 476 more words


Quote, Unquote : Pump Up The Volume

“Nothing to do anymore, everything decent has been done, all the great themes have been used up, turned into theme-parks so I don’t find it exactly thrilling to live in a totally exhausted decade where there’s nothing to look forward to and no-one to look up to.”

Mindless Action Mondays: Alone with "Alone in the Dark"

By Drew Parton

Well. It had to happen eventually. The last couple movies I’d reviewed had all been decent, it was time once again to descend into madness and review yet another god-awful Uwe Boll film. 742 more words

Mindless Action Mondays

Movie Quote of the Day - Bed of Roses,1996 (dir. Michael Goldenberg)

Lewis: You know, we don’t actually have to eat at all. I mean, I noticed the other morning you didn’t order any breakfast. I wasn’t sure if that was because you weren’t a breakfast eater.

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Movie Quote Of The Day

Say shit and fuck a million times - A note on Pump Up the Volume

Pump Up the Volume (USA, 1990)
Directed by Allan Moyle

Rewatched 22.10.14

One of the things I most appreciate about Pump Up the Volume, Allan Moyle’s energizing and fun anti-establishment teen-rebellion movie from the 90s, is that its script allows its lonely and angry high-schoolers their own stories told in their own voices, unmediated by authorities, teachers, or even by the era’s victim-narratives or its homophobia and certainly not by the cynicism of many professional film critics and cinephiles. 628 more words

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