New girl Cassie (Brandon Alexander III) and outcast Maggie (Dudley Beene) are easily the most awkward girls in high school. Together, they decide the way to win the hearts of the cute boys ... See full summary »
Brandon Alexander III,
Lauren Rose Lewis
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BearCity is a hirsute "Sex and the City," following the funny, romantic, and occasionally dramatic adventures of a group of bears and cubs in New York City. The sequel, BearCity 2 follows ... See full summary »
When Astronaut Larry's space craft mysteriously crashed back to earth, leaving his body in a strange state of suspended animation, General Principle quickly assembles a crack scientific team to make sense of it all.
During Varla's commercial for "Bizzy Gal Dinner's Ready" dinners, the complete warning reads: "Bizzy Gal Dinner's Ready is sold as a novelty item and is not intended for human consumption. Side effects of ingestion can included cancer, bleeding, enlargement of the heart, and second degree burns along the rectal cavity resulting in irreversible incontinence. Neither Bizzy Gal Dinner's Ready nor it's parent company Overlord Conglomerates, is responsible for any injuries caused by the use, abuse or failure to use our products. Bizzy Gal Dinner's Ready resulted in the injury or death of 100 of 100 laboratory animals tested. Users of Bizzy Gal Dinner's Ready acknowledge through their use of said product, awareness of these deaths and the fact that these deaths were protracted and excruciatingly painful. Ingestion of Bizzy Gal Dinner's Ready is consider an act of suicide and is therefore illegal in California, Wyoming, Utah, Colorado and the European Union. Bizzy Gal Dinner's Ready contains trace elements of plutonium and as such is classified as raw weapons material under Pentagon Rule 3." See more »
During the Varla/Laurant diner scene, if you look under Varla's arm, you can see the store security tag attached to her sweater. According to the DVD commentary, the clerk forgot to take it off and they were short for time on the shoot. See more »
Very funny. Completely captivating. The visual style was all 70's pastel kitsch: house, clothes, hair. Cheesy low-tech special effects don't seem to follow any particular style but simply add fun comedy touches. Strong language is often fresh and honest. The aging actress character always says exactly what's on her mind. Think of it as "Hairspray" meets "Valley of the Dolls".
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