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Writers:
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They started something they couldn't end. See more »
Plot:
Three rebellious teenage girls decide to even the score in the battle of the sexes. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
Awards:
1 win & 1 nomination See more »
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Dull, undeveloped attempt at feminism See more (82 total) »

Cast

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Dominique Swain ... Jefferson Roth

Busy Philipps ... Karen Carter

Keri Lynn Pratt ... Lisa Stockwell

Nick Loeb ... Jeremy (as Nicholas Loeb)

Oliver Hudson ... David

Ryan Browning ... Dan

Joel West ... Christopher

Thora Birch ... Lincoln Roth
Tell Draper ... Todd Manning
Ryan Sasson ... Ryan
Oniel Tutein ... Christopher's Boyfriend
Paul Aber ... Mr. Carter
Mary Jo Faraci ... Mrs. Carter
John Loeb Jr. ... Mr. John Stockwell (as Ambassador John Loeb Jr.)
Kristena Farrell ... Mrs. Stockwell
Tony Carsella ... Mr. Harrison
Eileen Mary Smith ... Mrs. Harrison
Tim Gamble ... Bill Lacie
Ingrid Peters ... Ms. Lawrence

Renee Domenz ... Ms. Miller

Jennifer Alden ... Frost Posse Queen (as Jenny Alden)

Charlotte Newhouse ... Frosty Posse Follower
Kyla Cheyne ... Bambi
Alisha Davlin ... Waitress
Jenne Zblewski ... Student
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Simon Jon Provan ... Prom Student (uncredited)
Robert Russell ... Parent at Graduation (uncredited)
Henry Fleming Wood ... Student 2 (uncredited)

Directed by
Kat Slater  (as Christina Peters)
 
Writing credits
Kat Slater (story) (as Christina Peters)

Kat Slater (screenplay) (as Christina Peters) &
Kenny Golde (screenplay)

Produced by
Kenny Golde .... producer
Alex Hernandez .... associate producer
Quincy Jones .... executive producer
Nick Loeb .... producer (as Nicholas M. Loeb)
Michael Niemtzow .... executive producer
Ted Roesgen .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Shane Baskerville 
Brent David Fraser 
Geoff Levin 
 
Cinematography by
J.B. Letchinger 
 
Film Editing by
Elias Chalhub 
 
Casting by
Felicia Fasano 
 
Production Design by
Sandra Elkind 
 
Art Direction by
Kelly Beaudry 
 
Costume Design by
Oren Shepher 
 
Makeup Department
Kristina Christensen .... assistant makeup artist
Ingid Drake .... key makeup artist
Lyn Marie Neuenfeldt .... hair designer (as Lynn Marie Neuenfeldt)
Lyn Marie Neuenfeldt .... makeup artist (as Lynn Marie Neuenfeldt)
 
Production Management
Jonathan Charles .... post-production supervisor
Mike Mangi .... unit production manager (as Michael Mangi)
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Susannah Lupert .... second second assistant director
Jesse Newhouse .... second assistant director
Stewart Shields .... first assistant director
 
Art Department
Joe Billmaier .... graphic designer
Clio Gesteland .... property master (as C. Clio Gesteland)
 
Sound Department
Charles D. Ballard .... dialogue editor
Gonzalo Espinoza .... sound mixer
Gonzalo Espinoza .... sound re-recording mixer (as Bino Espinoza)
Charlie Harring .... foley artist
Michael Jergugim .... sound effects editor
David Kitchens .... sound supervisor
Steve Morantz .... sound mixer
Paige Pollack .... foley artist
Eric Reuveni .... sound
Ken Skoglund .... sound re-recording mixer
The Smokers .... sound effects editor
Tom Stasinis .... adr recordist
Ben Zarai .... supervising sound editor
 
Special Effects by
Clayton Simchick .... special effects coordinator (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Todd Bishop .... grip
Anthony Gotta .... gaffer
Dan Hallak .... dolly grip (as Daniel Hallak)
Frey Hoffman .... assistant camera
Paul Maletich .... second assistant camera
Dara Norman .... grip
Terence Pratt .... first assistant camera (as Terence C. Pratt)
Mike Reppert .... key grip (as Michael Reppert)
Christopher Runquist .... still photographer
 
Casting Department
Polly Cusamano .... casting assistant
Allen Galton .... casting: Wisconsin
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Jenny Gott .... wardrobe assistant
Joan Petrie .... wardrobe assistant
Leanna Riccitelli .... costume supervisor
 
Editorial Department
Jerry J. Kohn .... post-production coordinator
Harvey Landy .... assistant editor
 
Music Department
Bruce Chianese .... score engineer
Brent David Fraser .... composer: additional music
Laurence Gingold .... composer: additional score
David Powell .... music supervisor
 
Transportation Department
Dave Collins .... transportation coordinator (as Dave 'Transpo' Collins)
 
Other crew
Tina Abolos .... accounting assistant
Robert Allen .... legal department
Alex Barder .... consultant: Mr. Loeb
Roxanne Benacchi .... production assistant
Gale Berry .... craft service (as 'Auntie' Gale Berry)
Justin Billington .... production assistant
Amy Cohen .... public relations
David den Boer .... intern
Kevin Eaton .... assistant: Mr. Loeb
Kristopher Endicott .... production assistant (as Kris Endicott)
Lizzie Grubman .... publicist
Peter Hobert .... acting coach
John Iltis .... unit publicist
Jesse Kasendorf .... production assistant
Roger Kass .... legal department
Liz Kexel .... production assistant
Laurence Lichter .... accountant
Jason Pence .... production assistant
William Penny .... financial services
R. Jonathon Peters .... legal department
Aaron Pope .... script supervisor
Ryan Rickett .... assistant to director
Liz Rose .... production assistant
Michelle Sauve .... production assistant
David Spring .... location coordinator (as Dave Spring)
Ivy Supersonic .... hat designer
 

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Rated R for sexuality, violence, language and drug use involving teens
Runtime:
96 min | USA:90 min (video version)
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16 out of 19 people found the following review useful.
Dull, undeveloped attempt at feminism, 4 September 2003
Author: Peter Cook from The couch

I rented this in hopes of seeing, at the least, a film with some memorable lines or fun moments, and hoped that possibly I was stumbling across an underrated, obscure gem. I didn't even get any memorable lines or fun moments. It seems that what the film is trying to do is show a feminist view of sex, but the viewpoint doesn't go very deep or really seem that intriguing. It hardly even makes sense. The characters don't do much to support this attempt at deepness, and the acting is lousy all around. One of the main girls is trying her best to be an Angelina Jolie type, but she has zero charisma or screen presence. I think the best acting in the film was from a minor female character in a bar that one of the male characters was trying to pick up, and she had about three lines. Seriously, the acting is that noticeably bad. Thora Birch must be trying to earn indie cred by appearing in this right around the time her career was taking off, and she does have one of the better moments towards the beginning involving playing a Russian roulette-type game with an almost completely loaded gun, but the fact that the gun is loaded is the only fascinating part about this scene because her acting isn't particularly stellar. Dominique Swain doesn't even shine at all, and she has definitely saved some films I've seen in the past. The pot smoking seemed like a gimmick tacked onto the film. It's a shame. This movie looks good on paper, but suffers from weakness factoring in from all aspects that go into the making of it.

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