Told from three perspectives, a story of a bunch of young Californians trying to get some cash, do and deal some drugs, score money and sex in Las Vegas, and generally experience the rush of life. Written by
Vladimir Zelevinsky <firstname.lastname@example.org>
In the last cash register scene you can clearly see a man wearing a Civil Air Patrol t-shirt, with a message to remain "Drug Free". See more »
When Tiny is negotiating with the boy in the next hotel room to get through the connecting door to escape Victor Jr/Sr, Tiny's jacket is on/off/on between shots. See more »
I need a favor.
Wow, I didn't know we were such good friends, Ronna! Because if we were, you would know I give head before I give favors and I didn't even give my best friends head, so the chances of your getting a favor is pretty fucking slim.
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The opening logo and tune for Columbia is alternated with stroboscopic flashes from the opening rave scene. See more »
Written by Fatboy Slim (as Norman Cook), Nicholas Lockett and Josh Davis
Performed by Fatboy Slim
Courtesy of Astralwerks Records
Under exclusive license to Skint Records
Contains sample: "Beatbox Wash"
Performed by The Dust Junkys
Courtesy of Polydor Records
Also contains sample: "Entrophy"
Performed by DJ Shadow
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I liked this movie well enough to watch it twice. I waited 'til it came out on video, but made sure to see it, because it stars Sarah Polley, who I've been a fan of since her "Road to Avonlea" days. This is not a serious movie. It's fun, upbeat, quick, and for those with short attention spans. I liked it. I didn't think it was as incredible as some say, but enjoyable enough to watch it twice. So many people have compared it to Pulp Fiction. Frankly, the only similarity I see between the two, is the "jumping around timelines". Which I like. Good movie to watch, just don't bother trying to analyze it - you won't come up with much.
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