A new street drug that sends its users across time and dimensions has one drawback: some people return as no longer human. Can two college dropouts save humankind from this silent, otherworldly invasion?
When Brevin's car is broken into the passenger window is smashed but in wide shots the window is intact. See more »
Roscoe Lee Browne:
Here's what Jane really said...
You think you're so... uhmm... uhh... JESUS! Then you go on and on and on about this and that and all this other bullshit! And all I gotta say is FUCK MAN! This situation is totally fucked! With a capital! I mean... Have you ever!... Do you like even... DO YOU? You tell your people that!
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Surface to Air
Written by Tom Rowlands (as Thomas Owen Rowlands) and Ed Simons (as Edmund John Simons)
Performed by The Chemical Brothers
Published by Universal Music Corp. o/b/o Universal/MCA Music Ltd. (ASCAP)
Courtesy of Astralwerks
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Can it be? Another awesome Gregg Araki movie? Boyfriend's on a roll! Anna Faris plays the lead (and only she could play a part like this and make it hysterically funny), who gets stoned early in the day and then eats a plateful of her roomie's cupcakes without knowing they're chockfull o' pot. The film consists of her misadventures trying to get through a mundane day--getting more pot, replacing the cupcakes, paying her electric bill, going to an audition--while completely stoned out of her mind. It's funnier than "Harold and Kumar," without all the juvenile "boy humor" those movies coast by on. It features a great comedic supporting cast, too.
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