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Social Misfits (2001)

R | | Drama
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A group of teenagers are forced to work together while being shut in a place called "Camp Resurrection" for 48 hours.

Director:

Rene Villar Rios

Writers:

Omega Kayne (screenplay) (as Le'Mark Cruise), Tyrone Tann
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Tyrone Tann ... Skyler
Gabriel Damon ... Jason
Ryan Francis ... Mark
Omega Kayne Omega Kayne ... Counselor Garrett (as Le'Mark Cruise)
Isait De La Fuente ... Eddy
Boris Cabrera Boris Cabrera ... Oscar
Rugg Williams ... Malcolm
Charlie Talbert ... Kyle
Elizabeth Huett Elizabeth Huett ... Mitsy
Haylie Johnson Haylie Johnson ... Debra
Kaili Hollister ... Terry
Chachi Pittman Chachi Pittman ... JT
Bev Land Bev Land ... Jake
Zen Gesner ... Counselor Travis
Paul Gleason ... Warden Doyle
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A group of teenagers are forced to work together while being shut in a place called "Camp Resurrection" for 48 hours.

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Genres:

Drama

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for strong language and some violence
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

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Our Way Productions See more »
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Color
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UNWATCHABLE
8 February 2002 | by JimBob-26See all my reviews

Life is short. You only have so much time on this earth. So don't waste 90 minutes of your precious life, watching this HORRIBLE film.

I don't know where to start. The non-stop screaming and ranting. The fact that every character is supposed to be different, yet they're all screaming the same S*** "I hate my parents! I hate you!"

What is this film trying to say?

I wanted to see this for one reason. Charlie Talbert from the movie Angus. I think he's a great actor, and he gives a decent performance, given what he's got to work with. Still not even close to his performance in Angus, still it's interesting to see him older.

Elizabeth Huett, the little girl who believe she can fly, was good as well. She stood out among the surrounding S***. But then you have to ask "What is a 9 year old girl doing locked in a cell with a bunch of 18 year old crackheads?"

I bought this for 1.99 at Hollywood Video. Needless to say, it will never enter my VCR again.


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