Jordan White and Amy Blue, two troubled teens, pick up an adolescent drifter, Xavier Red. Together, the threesome embark on a sex and violence-filled journey through an America of psychos and quickiemarts.
South Boston Irish bad boy Danny Quinn returns back home from New York and gets stuck between his pals, who are supported by one Irish mafia clan, and his family, which are members of ... See full summary »
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He was right. You are stupid.
Why didn't you talk before?
I'm not a verbal chick.
Lewis was right. After... shit!
And I'd stay and chat and all but I gotta get back on the road.
[Talking to Lewis's dead body]
You were right buddy. It was stupid. I fucked up.
He was wrong about one thing.
Oh, whats that?
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The Leaving King
Written by Simon Chardiet (as Simon Chardlet)
Performed by Simon & The Bar Sisters
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This movie looked fun on the cover and I honestly thought 'how bad can this be?' Little did I know. Out of the gate the dialogue was UNBEARABLE. It was contrived, unrealistic and not even interesting. Dialogue on UPN syndicated television shows is more natural sounding. The story was implausible and had nearly zero play-off at the end. The end with the snake is almost confusing and seemed staged. The only remotely interesting character is Rose McGowen's, who is mute which prevents her from being ruined with cliche ridden garbage dialogue (well, at least until the end when even she has to speak). The only thing that even gives this a 3 over a 1 or 2 is Rose McGowen's nude scene. Truly awful. Save yourself the trouble and rent something more interesting like a Barney Video.
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