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Jimmy and Judy -- Two misunderstood suburban kids challenge society and run from the police while documenting all of their deeds with a digital camera.


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Two misunderstood suburban kids challenge society and run from the police while documenting all of their deeds with a digital camera. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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Edward Furlong ... Jimmy

Rachael Bella ... Judy

William Sadler ... Uncle Rodney

James Eckhouse ... Jimmy's Dad
Gay Storm ... Jimmy's Mom

Chaney Kley ... Dinko

A.J. Buckley ... Buddy

Jane Leigh Connelly ... Hazel

Nicole Randall Johnson ... Prostitute

Patrick Bristow ... Dr. Walters

Lindsay Beamish ... Connie
Denver Jade ... Billy Rensing
Crystal Wilson ... Megan Cleary
Rob Wilds ... Grocery Store Manager
Michael Friedman ... Police Officer
Darrell Francis ... Sheriff
Randy Little ... News Reporter

Randall Rubin ... Elvis Impersonator (as Randall K. Rubin)
Kathy Carlotta ... Herself
Tracey Gilkerson ... Uncle Rodney's Cowboy
Mitch Wilson ... Sam
Heather Hastings ... Sally / Singing Sister
Aaron Rohn ... Enforcer
Megan Hastings ... Singing Sister
Hope Hastings ... Singing Sister
Heidi Hastings ... Singing Sister
Emily Hastings ... Singing Sister
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Shana Rae ... Naked girl

Gregory Patrick Agnew ... Judy's Father (uncredited)
Bobbi Burton ... Mrs. Ambrose (uncredited)

Tammy Hopkins ... Judy's Mom (uncredited)
Colleen Mooney Wright ... Extra (uncredited)
Chas Pangburn ... Extra (uncredited)

Directed by
Randall Rubin  (as Randall K. Rubin)
Jon Schroder 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Randall Rubin  (as Randall K. Rubin)
Jon Schroder 

Produced by
Marc Ambrose .... co-producer
Marc Ambrose .... line producer
Amy Angelastro .... co-producer
Andre James Champagne .... co-producer
Frank Gonzales .... co-producer
Randall Rubin .... producer (as Randall K. Rubin)
Ed Sanders .... producer
Gregory Scanlan .... producer
Jon Schroder .... producer
Robin Schroder .... associate producer
Original Music by
Benoit Grey 
Cinematography by
Ben Kufrin (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Theodore Kent 
Casting by
Marisa Ross 
Matthew Skrobalak 
Production Design by
Will Benson 
Set Decoration by
Tara Borejka 
Costume Design by
Stacy Stagnaro  (as Stacey Stagnaro)
Makeup Department
Melissa Blanchette .... hair stylist
Melissa Blanchette .... makeup artist
Melissa Blanchette .... special makeup effects artist
Aaron Rohn .... tattoo artist
Production Management
Alan Forbes .... unit production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Aaron Rohn .... second assistant director
T.K. Shom .... first assistant director
Art Department
Tara Borejka .... props
John Kaufman .... art department production assistant
Matty Koenig .... graphic designer
Sound Department
Robert Appere .... sound re-recording mixer: pre-mix
David Barbee .... sound effects editor: pre-mix
Ed Carr .... sound re-recording mixer: pre-mix
Gonzalo Espinoza .... adr mixer
Aaron Grice .... boom operator
David Kitchens .... sound supervisor
Phil Lee .... sound re-recording recordist: pre-mix
Chris McDonough .... foley artist
Chris McDonough .... sound mixer
Mickey McMullen .... sound mixer
Glenn T. Morgan .... sound supervisor: pre-mix
Margit Pfeiffer .... dialogue editor: pre-mix
Eric Reuveni .... adr mixer
Eric Reuveni .... sound re-recording mixer
Peter Staubli .... sound effects editor: pre-mix
Ben Zarai .... sound re-recording mixer
Jeff Merritt .... post-audio assistant (uncredited)
Special Effects by
Richard Fike .... special effects squib: Stunt Predator
Camera and Electrical Department
Eric Forand .... gaffer
Heidi Hastings .... camera production assistant
Dan Kanes .... key grip
Rob Muthamia .... first assistant camera (as Robert Muthamia)
Howard Newstate .... first assistant camera
Casting Department
Cindy Schroeder .... extras casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Robin Fields .... wardrobe (as Robin K. Fields)
Editorial Department
Theresa Bunke .... assistant editor (as Theresa E. Bunke)
Steven Kemper .... editing consultant
Music Department
Ted Forbes .... guitar coach
Roger Pott .... live music coordinator
Brian Ross .... music supervisor
Other crew
Jamie Azpetia .... festival publicist
Chad Ball .... gun wrangler
John H. Brister .... Post Production Consultant
Edward DiLorenzo .... script consultant
Lindsay Drucker .... travel coordinator
Kathy Ferrara .... office production assistant (as Kathleen Ferrara)
Thomas Gaebel .... web designer: Images Everything
Ruth Garbutt-Lewis .... representative: Screen Actors Guild (as Ruth Garbutt Lewis)
Rebecca Harpring .... script supervisor
Darren Harris .... security
Heather Hastings .... set production assistant
Megan Hastings .... set production assistant
Megan Jones .... myspace designer (as Megan McGregor)
Jonellen R. McGee .... production coordinator (as Jonellen McGee)
Nikki Nime .... set production assistant
Brandon Perry .... set production assistant: Morocco
David Peters .... office production assistant
Rhonda .... cast payroll: PES
Matt Stachel .... key set production assistant
Jason Swartz .... helicopter pilot
John H. Brister .... consultant (uncredited)
Megan Jones .... special thanks (as Megan McGregor)

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Rated R for strong sexuality, nudity, violence, drug content and language
99 min
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This film marks the second time Edward Furlong shaved his head. The first was in American History X (1998) when he played Danny Vinyard.See more »
[first lines]
Dr. Walters:[coming into video focus] Jimmy, we discussed this, you can't tape our sessions, it's not allowed. Does your defiance make you feel more powerful? Filming people makes you feel like you're in control of the situation, doesn't it? Maybe?
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17 out of 23 people found the following review useful.
Lost in the whirlwind…, 1 June 2008
Author: Michael DeZubiria ( from Luoyang, China

There is a very brief period of many peoples' young lives, usually sometime in junior high school or high school, when it is cool to be a loser, an outcast. The girls like the guys that ditch school and get in trouble with the police and have disastrous relationships with their parents. That period of life does not, however, extend beyond high school, which might be why 21-year-old Jimmy (played by a plump, 30-year-old Eddie Furlong) manages to get a high school girl to fall in love with him.

I love the irony here, by the way. Judy is clearly a smart and successful student who one day is attacked by a group of girls, the bad kids (by the way, do high school girls really do this? Definitely not when I was in school…), which Jimmy catches on tape because he films everything. Later he exacts vicious revenge on two of the people involved in the attack and shows it to Judy, who is horrified but ultimately touched that he would look out for her in such a way. Soon afterwards she falls intensely in love with Jimmy, who is not a far cry removed from the same kinds of jerks that attacked her in the first place.

This is going to be a film that most people will either love or hate, although I happen to have strongly disliked it, but I didn't hate it. It's an extremely simply made film, shot almost entirely from the perspective of a home video camera and cut for the most part to run like an unedited MiniDV tape. There won't be any concern about motion sickness, but it's an intensely realistic portrayal of the lives of a couple of genuinely screwed up kids. In short, for a good majority of the movie it is genuinely unpleasant to watch, as it is meant to be.

Personally, I knew a lot of people like Jimmy (minus the killing) in high school because I hung out with the wrong people for a couple years. These are the guys that never go home because they hate their parents and are always drunk or on drugs. I don't know why people hang out with people like that, they are highly unpleasant to be around, particularly the nutty ones like the crackhead that Jimmy and Judy shack up with for a couple hours midway through the movie. I like movies that bring back fun memories from high school. Jimmy and Judy brings back memories, but all the wrong ones.

I bought the movie, by the way, because I was curious to see what Eddie Furlong was up to these days. He was phenomenal in Terminator 2 but his career never really seemed to go very far after that, except for his outstanding role in the spectacular American History X. I don't know much about his personal life, but he is a little TOO good at playing a dirtbag. It's also interesting that he looks so handsome on the cover box, because little Eddie has become quite the meatball.

Anyway, his Jimmy in this movie is an unhinged lunatic with absolutely no redeeming values whatsoever, while Judy is pretty and smart. Whether you like the movie or not, believing her interest in him is no small feat. They are polar opposites and it's nearly impossible to understand what she sees in him, but their chemistry works well enough so I guess it doesn't matter. We do, however, see in great detail why Jimmy is so twisted (we are, after all, products of our environment, and his parents' relationship is one of the sickest marriages I've ever seen, in a movie or otherwise), but we learn nothing about Judy's past, including why she was being bullied at school.

But the worst part of all, by far, is this ridiculous commune at the end of the film. It is a mixture of a twisted cult group and what I imagine Woodstock must have looked like. You see, there is some insane fanatic known as Uncle Rodney who has started this as a place for trashy people to go live. I think his exact words were "garbage people," meaning they are the garbage of society. Nice. I can see the appeal already.

This Rodney is played by William Sadler, who must never have had a more pointless role. The only purpose he serves here is to make this already trashy movie look like preachy crap. You can feel yourself being punched in the face with the transparent "social commentary" when he gives his goofy, fiery speech near the end of the movie. You see, apparently he believes that by providing this retreat for the trash of society, they'll become stronger with each new addition, while the "outside world" gets weaker with every one, until they become so strong that they can rain garbage on the world that threw them away and then "fornicate in their ashes." Are you hearing this? WOW.

I would hate to be the one to burst his balloon, but I have a feeling that the subtraction of a lot of criminals and junkies and drunks is not exactly going to make society weaker…

Ultimately, the movie starts off as a serious downer and goes downhill from there. I was thoroughly depressed by the time it was over and couldn't even take my afternoon nap. I hate that.

Note: Another IMDb user called this the best film at the San Fran Indie Fest. Boy am I glad I missed that one. And by the way, some lunatic from the San Francisco Chronicle has claimed that this is the movie that Natural Born Killers wanted to be, and at 1/20th of the cost.

Yeah, right. They spent $500,000 on this? Scary. I would say that not more than about $1,200 made it onto the screen….

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