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Transamerican Killer (2005)

R  |  Video  |   |  Horror, Thriller  |  25 January 2005 (USA)
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After his girlfriend leaves him for a woman, a man has a sex change and kills all of her girlfriends to win her back.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Cara Jo Basso ...
Jamie Garnes
Eric Bishop ...
Bobby (as Bishop Mann)
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Brooke
Alix Agar ...
Darlina Hicks (as Alixandra Agar)
Susan Blonsky ...
Grandma
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Silvia 'Bunny' Dane (as Christina Anderson)
Amy Desta ...
Casey Lewis
James Tamis ...
Justin Riley
Drew Lepkowski ...
Nerd
Paul Blonsky ...
Flower Boy
Dave Hawks ...
Doctor
Ron Kusiak ...
Coroner One
Jeffrey Anderson ...
Coroner Two
Erika Sloat ...
Police Officer
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Party Dude
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After his girlfriend leaves him for a woman, a man has a sex change and kills all of her girlfriends to win her back.

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Rated R for strong bloody violence, sexuality/nudity, language and brief drug use
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Wanted to dislike it, but couldn't...
9 March 2005 | by (Boston, MA) – See all my reviews

This is a movie you want to dislike. It's barely feature-film length (runs about 70 minutes and then a ridiculous 10 minute "music video recap" and a "delete scene" make up the less than 90 minutes running time), the "secret" of the film is given away on the DVD box, and even if it weren't, is blatantly obvious. But a funny thing happens when you watch it. The director revels in the very things that should sink it, and that makes it work.

For example, the lead character's Grandmother loves the film "Casblanca." They obviously didn't get clearance rights to show the film running. Most directors would have kept it out of sight and just had the characters talk about it. But not Hail. He re-shoots the climactic scene (in B&W) with actors who neither look nor sound anything like Bogart and Bergman. Another scene takes place in a hospital. But there was probably no budget for a hospital bed. So he just puts the patient in some sort of recliner instead of a bed! And to make it look "medical" they actually put an EYE CHART on the wall!!

How can you hate a movie that does things like that? It's got strippers who get naked, loads of bizarro sets, an insane psycho serial killer who hacks people up, and an awesome chainsaw battle. What more could you want for an evening of utterly mindless fun? Only real complaint is that lead actress Cara Basso stays covered up, which is made worse by the fact that she does show us her butt, and it is spectacular (to say the least). Don't know why she did stay covered up since she's done full nudity in other films, but that's the way it is, I guess.


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