17 year old Kyle comes to the big city in search of her half-sister Merci. Merci is on the run after being used to set up a murder. The police and the killers both want her. Kyle ends up on... See full summary »
C. Thomas Howell,
Randy commits a crime that would normally get him probation and a hefty fine, but in the "three-strikes" world of justice, he finds himself locked up for 25 years. His cellmate Jake is a ... See full summary »
Brett C. Leonard
Stephen Adly Guirgis,
Actress Mika Andrews and her filmmaker boyfriend Louis Digman struggle through the trenches of the entertainment industry to succeed in "Hollywood." Told in raw documentary style, the ... See full summary »
Sara Malakul Lane,
Nicole Alexandra Shipley
Adam (Kevin Mundy) is a senior at Gatlin High. His girlfriend Amber (Reagan Pasternak) is "saving herself for marriage." In the meantime he gets acquainted with Gynger (Alycia Purrott) and gets her pregnant. The local prosecutor Lydia Stone (Mo Gaffney) is running for mayor and decides to charge Adam with statutory rape to get the "moral majority" vote. Written by
During both of Gynger's hospital scenes, you can hear a "Dr. Moyle" called on the PA. Allan Moyle is the director. See more »
A crew member can be seen in the passenger's side back seat during the opening credits where Adam is driving around. See more »
Three versions of the credits exist. The edited MTV version shows a segment about what the film was based on. The first time the movie aired on MTV, the music video for Fenix, TX's "All My Fault" (theme from the movie) was shown on the credits. The DVD omits both those endings and instead shows bloopers and outtakes from the film. See more »
"Jailbait," though full of bad acting and cheap lines, is fresh and funny because it's so full of taboos. First of all, it's obvious most (if not all) of the actors are Canadian due to their accents, but this doesn't really matter (it just takes away realism if the film's set in the US). Secondly, here we have a 15 year old girl who is sexually aggressive and manipulative. She's portrayed as a vixenous, trashy sex object, battling with an unattractive, whiny virgin over a cute but dumb guy. The underage sex, pregnancy-taken-lightly, and manipulation of the legal system are all "iffy" issues, but they also make for great comedy. The best character in "Jailbait" is the attorney Chuck Clopperman, who embodies every cheesy lawyer cliché in the book. The scenes with him are great (for example, when a "Chuck Clopperman Parking" sign falls down to reveal a handicapped parking sign). I definitely recommend seeing "Jailbait" if you didn't catch one of the 3,000 viewings on MTV when it came out.
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