A teenage girl and her father driving cross-country become stranded when their car runs out of gas in a remote Nevada desert town and they're forced to stay in a dilapidated trailer park where a serial killer lurks.
A sketch artist for the police helps a witness recall who she saw leaving the scene of a murder, and discovers that the person is his wife. Not willing to believe she was responsible, he ... See full summary »
Anita is a high-school girl who frequently allows random boys and men to have sex with her, and is frequently raped by her absentee mother's boyfriend. As part of a school assignment Anita takes up correspondence with a lonely young prison inmate, whose letters stir up dormant desires for violence and guns. After buying herself a firearm, Anita convinces her mother's boyfriend to teach her how to use it, and, after he rapes her again, shoots him to death and hides the body. She then sets about getting her new "boyfriend" out of jail and to her, where she slowly drags him with her on her downward spiral of sex, violence, and murder for the sake of murder.Written by
While they are both camping inside the house they broke into, they go into a the kitchen and raid the fridge, pulling out a 15 pound uncooked turkey. Moments later they are having a turkey dinner over candlelight.
A 15 pound turkey would take anywhere from 12 to 18 hours to cook, depending on temperature, thereby the turkey dinner they were eating would have to be have been either prepared ahead of time or they would be eating it at a later date. See more »
Drew Barrymore stars as a teenager who is left with mom's boyfriend (Joe Dalessandro) as she goes off to Fresno. He, and everybody else in town, is sexually abusing her. She hooks up with a pen pal from Chino (James LeGros), who like Clyde barrow just can't get it up. He can't do much else either as he is the worst thief I have ever seen.
She loves shooting guns, but isn't much of a thief either, giving a guys money back after he gives her a sob story about paying the rent.
Ione Sky plays her best friend, Joy, and does a good job. I always enjoy her and like to see more.
Too bad there was little action, and lousy dialog.
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