A triangle of conflict fueled by romantic longing between a divorced mother and her two teenage daughters is the centerpiece of this carefully crafted, down-to-earth story. A fine debut for young director Allison Anders.
Funny satire about giant Amazonian bugs sent to America to impersonate a typical middle-class family as part of an insect attack plan. Instead of conquering, the bugs get seduced by the 'gringo' lifestyle of credit cards and recreational drugs.
Gas Food Lodging starring Brooke Adams, James Brolin, Fairuza Balk, Ione Skye
An aircraft carrier pilot seeks revenge for the death of his bombardier by bombing a missile site in Hanoi against orders.
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The evil little Irishman returns to wreak bloody havoc in his never-ending quest for female companionship in this sequel to 1993's LEPRECHAUN.
Set in the small town of Laramie, New Mexico, the sexy waitress and struggling single mother, Nora (Brooke Adams), is doing her best to keep her two teenage daughters, Trudi (Ione Skye) and Shade (Fairuza Balk), from making the same mistakes she made-- specifically, loser men, early pregnancies and dead-end jobs. But Nora's frustration at her inability to cope with the burden of raising fatherless daughters is getting the best of her. Shade somehow maintains optimism in the arid landscape while pursuing the daunting task of finding a man for her mother and locating her long absent father. Through a series of both planned and chance meetings, Shade, Trudi and Nora all find men and Shade is led into the magical world of first love.
This highly-acclaimed film tells the story of a struggling single mother, Brooke Adams, as she attempts to guide her teenage daughters, Ione Skye and Fairuza Balk, through the difficulties of growingup in a desolate New Mexico truck stop. Nora tries to save her daughters from making the same mistakes she made: loser men, early pregnancies and dead-end jobs.
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