Suburbia

1983

Drama / Thriller

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IMDb Rating 7.1

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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by frankbell 7

During my career as an "angry youth," this film, along with "Made in Britain," (Tim Roth) "Clockwork Orange," and "River's Edge," were required viewing. Penelope Spheeris did a class-A job of depicting what it was like to be young and different in a time in America when outward weirdness invited violence by jocks or other assorted meatheads. Kids who dye their hair blue and get their eyelids pierced at the mall in 2000 should watch this film and see what the consequences for "expressing one's self" were for old schoolers who think Marylin Manson is nothing more than a cheap Vaudeville rip-off artist. Think the type of stuff depicted in this film doesn't still happen? Think again - the killing of punker Brian Deneke in Texas a few years ago will shatter that notion. This film is kind of hard to find on video. You generally won't find it at Blockbuster. Try the mom & pop places.

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Reviewed by phorever 10

I love this movie even more now then I did back then. I think this should be a mandatory watch before your first purchase at Hot Topic. This movie gives me an odd sense of comfort when I watch it?something I can&#39;t find anymore. I wasn&#39;t a &quot;TR Kid&quot; (figuratively speaking), but I knew them all, I hung out at the &quot;TR House&quot;?you were always welcome there. They were my friends, my family, they were as accepting of you as you of them?someone always had your back?another thing you can&#39;t find anymore.<br/><br/>But enough reminiscing. I recommend this movie to anyone who was in the scene back then?but you guys have seen it. I also recommend this movie to all the new school kids who think they get it. Punk isn&#39;t what you wear, punk is who you are.

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Reviewed by jonah hex 7

This movie sucks. It is, however, the suckiest movie that I have ever wanted to watch about 50 times in my lifetime. This is the definitive punk-fiction film. No other movie more accurately portrayed what it was like to grow up in the punk scene in the eighties, and it&#39;s one of the only films to show what it was like to squat in the punk scene in Los Angeles. It&#39;s true, if you get a bunch of real punks and attempt to make them actors and get Roger&quot;Carnosaur&quot;Corman to produce it, you should probably expect something to this effect, but the hammy dialogue and acting are part of the charm. I wholly related to this movie as a teenager, and will always look back fondly upon it. Cheers to Penelope Spheeris, for creating a PR classic.

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