Happy Fists Claudia is a comedy of errors that documents the chaotic journey of a despondent woman's search for self-discovery. Luckless and stuck in a middle America Hispanic community ... See full summary »
Karl Hochman, a technician in a computer shop, is also "The Address-Book Killer", who obtains the names of his victims from stolen address-books. Terry Munroe and her son Josh come into the... See full summary »
This romantic comedy takes place over the course of one year - opening on New Year's Eve of one year and closing exactly one year later. The film focuses on three women living together in a... See full summary »
Prey For Rock & Roll is the story of Jacki and her all-girl rock and roll band, Clam Dandy, who are trying to make it in the LA club scene of the late 1980s. After ten years of being ... See full summary »
A story of love and a struggle over the virtues of free will versus destiny. It follows the journey of Reese, who becomes a hitman after he loses his wife and unborn child, as he confronts the forces of love, faith, and destiny.
When a load of cash and dead underworld assassins are found at the scene of a drug deal gone sour, Candy, a feisty stripper, finds herself in the Mafia's cross hairs. She's the only ... See full summary »
The story of 6 friends who journey to an island off the coast of Australia for the weekend. Two of them (Emma and Harry) announce that they intend to get married, but have made no plans, ... See full summary »
Tank Girl (Rebecca) and her friends are the only remaining citizens living in the wasteland that is Earth, where all the remaining water is controlled by Water and Power, the mega corporation/government that runs the territory. While incarcerated at W + P, Tank Girl and her new friend Jet Girl break out and steal... a tank and a jet. After meeting some mutant kangaroo/humans, and rescuing her little girl (adopted by her friends), the kangaroos and the girls kick Water and Powers' butt. Written by
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Filming started in June of 1994 and was completed on September 21st. On December 9 director's cut of the movie was screened to the test audience and their reaction was positive enough that the studio heads thought that they "have a hit on their hands". By the Christmas of '94 movie had couple more test screenings which had various reactions from audience. Their reaction on songs in the movie was positive but many didn't like big musical number that happens in the middle of the movie which is why it was kept getting cut down more and more after each test screening. MGM studio started to demand some drastic changes to be done to the movie but when their demands weren't done, they took the movie away from director Rachel Talalay on January 6 1995. About week and a half later, movie was being "directed" and re-edited by one of the people involved in marketing, although Talalay was allowed to get some limited approval of the changes that have been made but it was obvious that she really didn't had any control over the final version of the movie. See more »
In the final fight, as the Rippers leap up and throw opponents from scaffolding and equipment, support wires are clearly visible, attached to their backs. See more »
Listen up, cause I'm only telling you this once. I'm not bedtime story lady, so pay attention. It's 2033. The world is *screwed* now. You see, a while ago this humongous comet came crashing into the earth. Bam, total devastation. End of the world as we know it. No celebrities, no cable TV, no water. It hasn't rained in 11 years. Now 20 people gotta squeeze inside the same bathtub - so it ain't all bad.
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I think I might have liked this movie more had I seen it in a different context. Had I been, for example, a twelve-year-old girl, it might have been great. But I'm a thirty-something-year old guy, so I thought it was a worthless piece of trash that made me want to smash nearby inanimate objects without regard for their monetary or spiritual value.
Tank Girl is an early exponent of the "Charlie's Angels - The Movie" school of film-making, a close cousin of the "Austin Powers" style: a series of short, horrible scenes, each of which begins with loud, bad-ass rock music that quickly fades out to some vomit-inducing dialog and ends with a painfully un-funny one-liner. Showing Tank Girl to war prisoners would be an effective means of interrogation, but would likely be a breach of the Geneva Convention.
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