Instead of adhering to the norms of their South Central neighborhood, a group of skater boys opt to bus into Hollywood and Beverly Hills, where they attract local rich girls - and plenty of... See full summary »
A story centered on a directionless 16-year-old living in Marfa, Texas and his relationships with his girlfriend, his neighbor, his teacher, a newly arrived local artist, and a local Border Patrol officer.
Jeremy St. James
After finding himself at the constant abuse of his best friend, Bobby, Marty has become fed up with his friend's twisted ways. His girlfriend, a victim of Bobby's often cruel ways, couldn't agree more and they strategize murdering Bobby, with a group of willing and unwilling participants in a small Florida town. In the midst of their plotting, they find themselves contemplating with the possible aftermath of what could happen. Written by
During the scene between Derek and Ms. Connelly, the boom is reflected in the window behind them, moving back and forth. See more »
[on the phone with a customer]
I want you to suck my big dick.
Marty, honey, dinner!
[into the phone]
I want you to lick my balls.
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This Picture only covers events up to and including the conclusion of the trial of the defendants depicted in this Picture. Following the trial, some defendants appealed. Here are the results of the various appeals as of the time of the making of this Picture: Lisa Connelly's sentence was reduced to 22 years. Alice Willis was sentenced to 17 years but shall be under community supervision for 40 years upon her release. Martin Puccio's sentence was reduced to life in prison See more »
When the Shit Goes Down
(Contains a sample of "Deep Gully" by Lawrence Dickens)
Performed by Cypress Hill
Written by Lawrence Dickens, B-Real (as Louis M. Freese), Larry Muggerud (as Larry E. Muggerud)
Courtesy of Columbia Records
By Arrangement with Sony Music Licensing
Published by BMG Songs, Inc. (ASCAP) o/b/o Cypress Phuncky Music (ASCAP), Freddy Bienstock Music Co. (BMI)
Universal-MCA Music Publishing A.D.O. Universal Studios, Inc. o/b/o itself and Soul Assasins Music (ASCAP) See more »
Controversial director Larry Clark's based on real-life events "Bully" is sometimes quite hard to watch, but you can't quite stop yourself from watching the misadventures of these messed up children either. This film feels so real, so nitty-gritty, that at times, you may feel like an intruder, watching someone else's life. These children are so far removed from being children, it is hard to think that they actually are just children. After all, the concept of a group of kids killing their so-called friend, well, its hardly child's play now is it? The cast are great. Brad Renfro is top-notch in all his performances, here is no exception. Bijou Phillips is great, Rachel Miner is cunning, Kelli Garner is a lot of fun, Michael Pitt is slightly annoying, but entertaining nonetheless. Nick Stahl is intense, to say the least.
Of course it would be hard to say you condone the actions of these "kids", after all, they murdered. But it makes for gripping drama. The film also reveals the sentencing which the kids received for their parts in the murder, some of which was very surprising. A great film, but you need to be in the mood for a hard-watch.
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