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Edge City (1998)

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Two suburban girls fall victims of a rude, but harmless, prank by some boys whose origins are not clear, but the girls think they are from Philadelphia. Rumours make "almost rape" from the ... See full summary »


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Charlie Hofheimer ... James
Heather Gottlieb Heather Gottlieb ... Cherie
Isidra Vega ... Tammy
Ryan Carmody ... Bobby
Todd Berry ... Robert
Luis Laporte Jr. Luis Laporte Jr. ... El
Mark Webber ... Johnny
Samuel Medina Samuel Medina ... Little Dave
Jill Horner Jill Horner ... Allison
Michelle Seabreeze Michelle Seabreeze ... Suzie
Christopher Kadish Christopher Kadish ... Tony
Bruce Kirkpatrick Bruce Kirkpatrick ... Ronald
Tim Dowlin ... John
Sheana Deeny Sheana Deeny ... Michelle
John M. Jackson ... Gary


Two suburban girls fall victims of a rude, but harmless, prank by some boys whose origins are not clear, but the girls think they are from Philadelphia. Rumours make "almost rape" from the prank, and revenge is needed, so tension between kids from urban Philadelphia and suburban Springville escalates. Written by Anonymous

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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

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amazing movie, true story
19 August 2007 | by atdi1627See all my reviews

see i think the above person has it 100% wrong. I think they were trying to portray the suburban kids as trying to be what they thought was tough and urban. in the beginning they say something like this is real gangster, suburban gangster, none of that urban bullshit. or something like that. when in fact the real urban kids, the philly kids, were nothing like that. the acting made me feel like the kids were actual people. like it was a documentary and not a superbly acted movie, which actually made it better.

this is a true story. im from philadelphia and we had the father of the child come and speak to our school about violence. i didn't know about this film when that happened i actually just saw it (8/07).

i totally respect your opinion of the movie. but i think that it was an amazing movie, incredibly powerful and told a story that needs to be told. these kids totally pushed each other into thinking they were tough kids, they had to prove themselves but really proved that hurting people isn't the right way to go.

listen, i know i cant write and i know my argument is scattered, but give this movie a chance. i personally think it is amazing. i was having difficulty holding back tears at the end because it seemed like they were real people, not actors, like you and me.

amazing movie, powerful, definitely a must see.

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