Dr Daniel Jekyll researching into drugs that would help mankind avoid surgery discovers a white powder that unleashes the animal in every man, and in his case turning him from a shy and ...
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Lizzie Borden High's class of 1972 are going through the motions at their tenth-year reunion, until deranged alum Walter Baylor, driven insane by a sadistic senior-year prank, escapes from ... See full summary »
Dr Daniel Jekyll researching into drugs that would help mankind avoid surgery discovers a white powder that unleashes the animal in every man, and in his case turning him from a shy and timid doctor into a wild sex crazed party animal. To the delight and dismay of both his rich fiancée and stripper girlfriend. Written by
Carlos "Da'Losman" Diaz <firstname.lastname@example.org>
At the Putzpuller Awards Ceremony, Hyde is holding the mic in one hand, then the camera cuts to a far away shot where the mic is in his other hand. When the camera comes back close, the mic is back in his original hand. See more »
[Tries to flush the powder down the toilet but grabs it at the last second]
How stupid of me! What if this had been flushed out to sea? How callous of me, not to think of the fishes and the dolphins and the whales and the pelicans... they could be damaged by this terrible, terrible... ohhhhh...
[starts cutting lines from the powder]
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So it's not an award winner, so what? Have you ever wanted to see a film that was just silly? "The Villain" and this one could top the list.My husband says that "Jekyll and Hyde Together Again" is one of those movies that if "you've been there and done that" you'll think this spoof on the 80's cocaine culture is a riot. I think the whole film is just fun. Nothing is sacred; hospitals, plastic surgery, Howard Hughes.... There are ongoing gags that you have to watch for to appreciate. To say that the film doesn't follow the book would be true, but then a lot of really good films take liberties with the published word also. I recommend this movie to all the old "stoners" among us. We may be smarter now, but we will still recognize and laugh at many folks we knew (ourselves?) back in the old days.
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