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Stricken (1997)

In their final semester of school, a group of six college friends get together to pull the ultimate prank on a fellow classmate. The joke goes awry, resulting in a series of tragic events. ... See full summary »

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(as William W. Vought)
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Kevin Patrick Walls ...
Tom
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Banyon
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Guffy
Rich Hutchman ...
Jeff
Tait Smith ...
Nort
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Cynthia
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Townie #1
Michael Accardo ...
Townie #2
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Rathert
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Paula
Jenny Kern ...
Julie (as Jennifer Kern)
Barbara E. Robertson ...
Banyon's Mom (as Barbara Robertson)
Rich Komenich ...
Banyon's Dad
Dan Frick ...
Bartender
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In their final semester of school, a group of six college friends get together to pull the ultimate prank on a fellow classmate. The joke goes awry, resulting in a series of tragic events. Can they explain their way out of this one? Written by Anonymous

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Stricken, A Twisted Moral Tale See more »

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Drama | Thriller

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Rated R for violence, language and sexuality

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14 September 1997 (USA)  »

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Diestrammeno paihnidi  »

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1.85 : 1
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Key PA And "Stunt Crotch" was Eric Mahle See more »

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Featured in Heckler (2007) See more »

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Oddly amusing
15 April 2003 | by See all my reviews

Many may disagree with me here...but I actually enjoyed this movie. It may be very low budgeted...and some of the actors here may have not been the BEST here, and the editing wasn't great, but it amused me. Banyon (played by Jamie Kennedy) was by far the best in the movie. If it wasn't for Jamie kennedy, this movie probably would not be good at all. Yes, Banyon may have been a little psycho and obnoxious, but still you couldn't help but feel sympathetic for his character. I say that if you enjoy dark independent films, you might want to take a look at this.

4 out of 5


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