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Seamless: Kidz Rule (1999)

R | | Drama | January 1999 (USA)
In this youth culture drama, J.B. is something of a Gen-X renaissance man. He's a club DJ, promotes raves, runs a pirate radio station, and manages a small but successful cutting-edge ... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Kentaro Seagal ...
J.B.
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Nicole
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Zink
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Melinda Scherwinski ...
Gigi
Broc Benedict ...
Elmo
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Grady
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Cop
Christopher Calvert ...
Elmo's father (as Chris Calvert)
Sonny McNeillie ...
Went
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Elmo's Mom
Danielle Porter ...
Raven
David C. Romano ...
Guido Air Express Manager
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Devin
Ross Strauss ...
Mercury
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In this youth culture drama, J.B. is something of a Gen-X renaissance man. He's a club DJ, promotes raves, runs a pirate radio station, and manages a small but successful cutting-edge fashion boutique. Zink, J.B.'s partner in the boutique, claims to be his best friend, but deep inside he resents J.B. for his easy success in so many fields and the way others look up to him. Looking to gain a greater name for himself within the raver subculture, Zink begins selling what he claims is a naturally occurring psychotropic substance. When his friends learn the truth about Zink's product, it leads to an angry splintering among their circle. Meanwhile, J.B. becomes romantically involved with Nicole, which comes as quite a blow to Gigi, a mutual friend who had become infatuated with J.B. Written by Anonymous

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Rated R for strong drug use, language, some violence and sexuality
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You don't know what the worst is...
17 August 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Many of the comments for this film (too many) are extremely negative, often tossing it into the "worst film ever made" category. These reviewers simply do not know what the worst is. Blissfully they never will. As a veteran of the Hollywood wars, I know the original producing organization (Shower Productions) too well. As LA producers go they are no worse than the middle of a vast pack who are largely unknown to film goers. "Seamless" was the best film they managed to produce. I will spare you gory details and just say that their other films never have never seen the light of day, and never will beyond "undiscriminating" markets in unnamed foreign countries that I hope I will never visit. Is "Seamless" a good film? No. Is it the "worst film ever made?" It is far, far from that. To that end, despite working conditions that cannot be described here, the director and DP of this film deserve credit for delivering a film that can actually placed into the Harm's way of commercial movies.


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