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 the guys from the strip club chase Simon and Marcus to their hotel room, one puts his hand over the eye hole to hide their identities and says "room service". Through the spyhole they see his hand including the fingers. When they then cut to the door you seem him take away his hand which was previously completely covering the spyhole. You wouldn't be able to see any of his hand if he spread his hand completely over the hole. See more »
[before selling baby aspirin to a party-goer]
Show me your tits.
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Alley Cat... Princess Leah Lucky Buttons See more »
The movie genre is not very uncommon, but it is still fun to watch. The twists and turns in the plot may not blow your mind away but are interesting and entertaining in their own way. The screenplay is awesome. The story is told from different perspectives and maintains a very fast pace all through out. You will be glued to your seat and wondering what is going to happen next. No part of the movie seemed boring or dragging as such to me. The actors would have had a tough time as the story gives no character hardly any time to establish their place in the plot. Nevertheless, everything simplifies as the story moves on. And it is funny. Not the clichéd slapstick,SITCOM comedy sort of funny, but the psychedelic,satirical,ironical sort of funny. Definitely fun to watch.
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