Joe and Hubbs are a pair of rockers who are on a quest for 'chicks'. This is the tale of their adventures over one night.

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James Melkonian
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Michael Kopelow ... Joe
Bradford Tatum ... Hubbs
China Kantner ... Jill
Renee Allman Renee Allman ... Lanie (as Renee Ammann)
Clifton Collins Jr. ... Tack (as Clifton Gonzalez Gonzalez)
David Groh ... Dad
Michael Wiseman ... Crump's Brother
Kevin Kilner ... Officer Dean
Taylor Negron ... Convenient Store / Disco Clerk
Richard Chaim Richard Chaim ... Norm Hankey
Josh Berman Josh Berman ... Perk
Art Chudabala ... Mike Dick
David R. Parker David R. Parker ... Mike New York
Daniel Collins Daniel Collins ... Crump
Ernest M. Garcia Ernest M. Garcia ... Neighbor
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Storyline

Determined to avoid another night of driving aimlessly around Torrance in the Blue Torpedo, Joe and Hubbs set out on a quest for fine chicks. Their paths soon cross with Tack, from whom they learn about a pair of foreign radical chicks hanging out near the Frankie Avalon place. Over Joe's objections, Hubbs worms Tack out of the deal, and the pair take a slow ride toward their destiny. Written by Greg Helton <ghelton@airmail.net>

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Comedy | Music

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Trivia

Bradford Tatum was not the original choice for the role of Hubbs. The part was intended for the original actor who was apart of the original short film that also co-starred Michael Kopelow and Renee Amann, but the actor was unavailable and Tatum then cast. See more »

Goofs

Some of the fashion worn by various characters in the movie are actually more reminiscent of 90s fashion (particularly grunge fashion) than 70s fashion. See more »

Quotes

Joe: Shit man! I gotta get that chic's phone number. How do you spell Weijikowokawitz anyway?
Hubbs: What are you gonna fucking call her man? That's the whole point. Shes from up north! You never have to see her again! You didnt even pork her, thank god!
Joe: Hubbs, man. You just dont get it, do you? Man, I was digging on that chic!
Hubbs: What did she have like a great personality? Ahahaha! You're thinking too much pussy!
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Crazy Credits

During the credits, not only can you see Joe and Hubbs, but also the two cops eating and drinking the milk and chocolate they bought in the liquor store. See more »

Connections

Spoofs 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) See more »

Soundtracks

Don't Fear The Reaper
Composed by Donald Roeser
Performed by Blue Öyster Cult
Courtesy of 3.O.C. Music, Inc.
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Benefits from Multiple Watchings
11 April 2001 | by noahkSee all my reviews

If you read my review of this one from August of 99, then you have my opinion after watching only once and being disappointed by its comparisons to Dazed & Confused. The fact is-- after I rented it, I thought of this movie often. I thought of some of the funny lines, but mainly it was thought provoking in a sense; as though it worked on a deeper level than it was meant to deliver on. The characters were somehow very believable and the situations, though far fetched in a movie way, really reminded me of being there years ago. For example, while Joe's ramblings are misguided and nonsensical, it was evident that he had higher aspirations. His dialogue was like how a kid like that might talk in real life-- not like someone reading from a script might. Hubbs and Tack were classic movie characters, as well.

Unable to get the film out of my head, I decided I had to own it. I ordered a copy and watch it about once a month or so, howling with laughter each time. My point is that my initial impression was not nearly as favorable as it is now, partly based on certain expectations. If you realize from the outset that you're watching a B-movie and just enjoy it for what it is, you may find the hidden gem that I found.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

11 February 1994 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

The Stoned Age See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

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Dolby

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1.85 : 1
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