Two teens impulsively decide to rob a bank, a la Bonnie and Clyde. Quickly they find themselves in over their heads as they are forced to take a bank full of hostages and the FBI are at the... See full summary »

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Stevie
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Adam Farrar ...
Wheelchair Man
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Bank Manager
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Himself
James Gordon ...
J.P. / TV Preacher
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Joy
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Mr. Edwards
Susan Horton ...
Rio (as Suzie Horton)
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Bank Security Guard
Uri Horowitz ...
Pizza Man (as Uri Ryder)
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Rocky's Dad (as Mathew Fairchild)
Hsa Mann ...
Puppy Seller #1
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Puppy Seller #2 (as Johnny Hawaiian)
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Storyline

Two teens impulsively decide to rob a bank, a la Bonnie and Clyde. Quickly they find themselves in over their heads as they are forced to take a bank full of hostages and the FBI are at the door. Hostages include a heroin addicted Gulf War vet, the pesky bank manager, a gruff old man, a calm bank employee, and a helpful young woman. The head FBI man must sort through the psychology of all the participants to try to keep the events from escalating. Underlying in all of this is the pure adolescence of the two who initiate the trouble. Written by John Sacksteder <jsackste@bellsouth.net>

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What happens when a kid finds a gun or a gun finds a kid?


Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for violence involving juveniles, strong language including sexual dialogue, and for brief sexuality | See all certifications »
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6 July 2000 (Netherlands)  »

Also Known As:

Fucked Up  »

Box Office

Opening Weekend:

$4,427 (USA) (31 March 2000)

Gross:

$4,427 (USA) (31 March 2000)
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Daniel Bender: Son of a mother fucking bitch!
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References Rocky (1976) See more »

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14 April 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This film was worth seeing. It tackled the issue of gun violence among youths head-on and was very witty and thoroughly entertaining. Cameron Van Hoy, as Stevie, puts forth a tremendous performance and has amazing presence in front of a camera, bringing to our attention the very real anger and emotion of this young, fragile looking boy. Rocky, a young Mischa Barton, is very full of wit and is very corrupt in her innocence as well, and their dialog is clever and amusing. Their relationship projects the idea that they have grown up too fast, which makes sense in today's world. The emotional connection that each of the hostages (who's individual characters are also developed very well in this movie) make with each other and with Stevie and Rocky is heartwarming, and the way this movie comes together is brilliant and shocking. Considering that it was so low-budget, i think everyone involved did a fantastic job. It even has Burt Reynolds. My rating: 7/10


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