Gabriel Higgs has failed to get into Johns Hopkins to study medicine. He's sixth on a list of backup candidates, and must persuade the five people ahead of him to drop out. Gabriel has a ... See full summary »
Mrs. Dave does not approve of her daughter, Vasundhara's next-door boyfriend, Abhay Narula, and arranges her marriage with Carson Gharodia. In protest, she elopes with Abhay on his ... See full summary »
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Talking to the camera, Margaret tells us about her friendship with God. "We talk every day," she explains. And at that moment, her phone rings, and it's God on the line. God's gossip is the... See full summary »
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>
Timothy Olyphant, who plays Todd, thought the character needed a tattoo, after talking it over with the director, Doug Liman, Doug thought it was a bad idea. The next day, Olyphant showed up with a temporary tattoo that the make-up department had. Liman ended up liking it and it stayed in the movie. It appears on the left side of his neck; it's a pair of flaming dice See more »
When Ronna is sitting in Todd's apartment buying drugs, his Santa hat changes from side to side without him moving. See more »
You know what wakes me up in the middle of the night covered in a cold sweat? Knowing that you aren't any worse than anyone else in your whole screwed up generation. In the old days, you know how you got to the top? Huh? By being better than the guy ahead of you. How do you people get to the top? By being so fucking incompetent, that the guy ahead of you can't do his job, so he falls on his ass and congratulations, you are now on top. And now the top is down here, it used to be up here... and ...
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One of my favorite films of all time. Hip, like Pulp Fiction, it's just crazy-insane fun. Not for everyone, due to language and drugs, but I really LOVED it! There are also so MANY cameos of great actors we know and love today.
Director Doug Liman has gone on to do HUGE, great movies, such as The Bourne Identity and Mr and Mrs Smith. Here we see some of his early talent.
Writer John August writes the Ask the Filmmaker/Ask a Screenwriter column here on IMDb.com
Just a great, fun movie, that hasn't seen been seen by as many people as it should.
Walt D in LV
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