A group of misfit teens evade a corrupt scientist when they steal and attempt to return a suit that delivers supernatural strength to its wearer.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Tim Redwine ...
Drew Utley
Kenneth A. Brown ...
Miles Kitchen
Lanny Nygren
Jonny Pasiotopolis
Samantha Swaboda
Pat Utley
Mrs. Utley
Edward Crow
Matt Riley ...
Martin Spengler
Ms. Grimes
Convict (as Scott Schwartz)
Bruno's Woman
Repo Supervisor


A group of misfit teens evade a corrupt scientist when they steal and attempt to return a suit that delivers supernatural strength to its wearer. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Sci-Fi

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated PG for action/violence, mischief and mild language

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Release Date:

5 January 1999 (USA)  »

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Rebels  »

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Samantha Swoboda: Who's the guy eatin' Styrofoam?
Drew Utley: That would be Lanny.
Lanny Nygren: Um, it's a rice cake. High in complex carbohydrates, uh, less than a gram of fat and uh, six grams of fiber. I just... thought you should know, you weren't even close.
Samantha Swoboda: And, uh, where'd you get this one, the weinie factory?
Miles Kitchen: Excuse me! I have an IQ of 160.
Samantha Swoboda: [mockingly] Oh really? Well I've got a calculator!
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Horrible, but somehow i loved it
8 May 2002 | by (Ridgefield WA) – See all my reviews

This movie was so stupid but so fun. We couldn't stop laughing at the theme song "We are the Punks". That fat kid from the Sandlot should of been Golden Globe nominated. When he got that super strength in the bar it was so cool. The Fanz gives an OK performance, but i think he might of been miscast. Randy Quaid does his normal good job. Kids will love this movie. IT teaches kids about friendship, and how to ride a bike on the freeway. Look for Jessica Alba before she made it big. Overall B-.

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