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A Boy Called Hate (1995)

After a run-in with the law, an angry maladjusted young man starts calling himself "Hate". One night he saves a girl from a lusty Assistant District Attorney. He falsely accuses them of robbery, so they go on the run and make things worse.

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Steve / Hate
Lee Nashold ...
Suburban Cop (as Byron Lee Nashold)
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Staff Member
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Jim
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Cindy Wells
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Richard
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Ed Jenkins
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Cool Kid
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Local News Woman (as CeCe Tsou)
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Local #1
Seth Isler ...
Bartender
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Waitress
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CHP Officer
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Woman Lawyer (as Mary Louise Gemmil)
Bradley Jay Lesley ...
Moving Truck Driver
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After a run-in with the law, an angry maladjusted young man starts calling himself "Hate". One night he saves a girl from a lusty Assistant District Attorney. He falsely accuses them of robbery, so they go on the run and make things worse.

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Crime | Drama | Romance

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Rated R for language, sexuality and violence | See all certifications »
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22 May 1996 (USA)  »

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La haine au coeur  »

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Despite a sincere performance by Scott Caan, this road flick examines charted area with little innovation.
8 September 1999 | by See all my reviews

Scott Caan, the young son of James Caan, stars here in the title role, a teenage delinquent released from jail. Hate, after being released the same day, commits a crime, where he leaves a man for dead after he finds him attempting to rape a girl (Missy Crider). The two hit the road, in the usual, cynical way most films take it. Crider is not a good actress, and her performance does little for her typically bitter, depressed, hard-to-get-into-yet-lovable-as-time-goes-by chick. Although at first Caan seemed like a cocky wannabe actor, but as the movie rolls along, he shows great depth (and the scenes between him and "Smoke Signals"'s Adam Beach, as an Indian, are the best of the film. Those two generate more chemistry than twenty times that of Caan and Crider.)

Fair road flick with a few highlights, but overall, nothing special. Two and a Half stars out of Four.


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