Two young misfits head for New York City to celebrate their idol and muse, Stevie Nicks, at The Night of 1,000 Stevies. Along the road, in order for them to escape their painful pasts, they...
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Two young misfits head for New York City to celebrate their idol and muse, Stevie Nicks, at The Night of 1,000 Stevies. Along the road, in order for them to escape their painful pasts, they must discover their strengths and learn self-acceptance.Written by
Sujit R. Varma
The original theatrical release had a different song used throughout the opening credits. Cities In Dust by Siouxsie and the Banshees. See more »
After entering the Holland Tunnel the scene switches to a moving sequence of the Trans-Am, however, the blinking [amber] hazard lights of the camera vehicle is clearly reflected upon the Trans-Am. See more »
I want the world to hear my voice, you know. I want them to write my lyrics on their AOL profiles just like they do Stevie. And when my CD comes out, I want all these assholes to line up at the fucking mall and kiss my ass one sound-scan at a time.
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First of all, I'd just like to say that some of the above comments are completely ridiculous. Someone who is such a straight-edge heterosexual mans comments are nearly useless due to the aforementioned facts. And referring to people as "fat" girls is utterly rude.
Now as for the movie...I actually liked this one quite a bit. It may have gone a little over the top at some times with the drama but all in all it was a tear-jerker. Kett Turton pulls off a very good performance as the vaguely gender challenged Clive. I'd actually never seen Sara Rue in anything else besides "Less than Perfect" and was amazed that it was the same actress. No doubt she has talent. The soundtrack is really killer, and I suggest that you check that one out as well. While this may not be the best movie on the planet, it's always just a good watch.
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