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Lost Angels (1989)

R | | Drama | 5 May 1989 (USA)
A troubled youth from a split Los Angeles family is sent to a private psychiatric hospital after a violent scrape with the police. In the hospital, he makes a connection with one of the doctors who has his own problems.

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Don Bloomfield ...
Andy 'Natas' Doolan
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Felicia Doolan Marks
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Richard Doolan
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Cheryl's Mother
Ron Frazier ...
Barton Marks
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Sweeney
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Link
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Gata
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Spooky
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D.A.B. Kid (as Michael Cunningham)
Leonard Porter Salazar ...
Paco
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A troubled youth from a split Los Angeles family is sent to a private psychiatric hospital after a violent scrape with the police. In the hospital, he makes a connection with one of the doctors who has his own problems.

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Fast cars. Big homes. Wild parties. They had everything. And nothing to lose. See more »

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5 May 1989 (USA)  »

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The Road Home  »

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$1,247,946
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2.35 : 1
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The mental institution used was Camarillo State Hospital in Camarillo, CA, which was closed and converted to California State University Channel Islands (CSUCI). See more »

Quotes

Dr. Charles Loftis: You gave me your word, Tim. You gave me your word that you would not go A-wol, and look.
Tim 'Chino' Doolan: I didn't. I got a day pass, man. I signed out and everything.
Dr. Charles Loftis: Then you're late, and late is A-wol.
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Soundtracks

Fascination Street
Performed by The Cure
Written by Robert Smith, Simon Gallup, Boris Williams, Roger O'Donnell,
Porl Thompson, Laurence Tolhurst
Courtesy of Elektra Records/Polydor Records Ltd./WEA Records Pty Ltd.
By Arrangement with Warner Special Products
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Adrock gives a good performance, but the film is a dud
30 November 2006 | by See all my reviews

Adam Horowitz a.k.a. King AdRock of the Beastie Boys puts in a surprisingly good performance as a troubled teen here, but overall the film is pretty unremarkable. King AdRock and Donald Sutherland? That lineup has cult classic written all over it, but unfortunately, there really ain't a whole lot going on here. There are some great scenes where Adrock gets mad, gets in fights or complains about things, but they are the only high points. Worth watching if you're a Beasties fan, if only to see that Adrock is actually a good actor, but that's it. The film is slow moving and very serious and not even Adrock and Donald Sutherland can save it. Adrock should get back into acting, he's funny as hell, too.


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