|Slackers in Columbia, MO.|
"Damn the man!"
"I don't feel that I need to explain my art to you, Warren."
"What's with today, today?"
"Well, Sinead O'Rebellion. Shock me, shock me, shock me with that deviant behavior."
"This music is the glue of the world. It holds it all together. Without this, life would be meaningless."
"Let's not fight...let's just RIP."
I love scenes in movies where women defiantly cut their hair/shave their heads while glaring at themselves in the mirror. I've always wanted to do it, but I don't have the guts...yet. Robin Tunney looks hot bald too.
This movie is just like a giant box of dark chocolate Raisinets with a cherry Pepsi on a day when you totally deserve it. It makes me happy. I want to know all of these characters, except Corry. She's whiny and timid. I love that everyone just calls that kid Warren Beatty without comment. The music in this movie really tries to be diverse and interesting...everyone in the individual listening booths rawking out to their own respective records.
AJ was exactly my type when I first saw this movie. I still like his long hair and grungy clothes and artist's soul, but he's not that heartbreaking. I love that Corry just takes her bra off at the table at the pizza place.
Lesson in girl-bonding-in-the-bathroom scenes: Do NOT ask the girl that's not usually comforting to you, "Why are you being so nice to me?" Every time my little sister asked me that when we were young, it ruined it, just like it does here.
That was a pretty good kiss, actually. And it ends in dancing. I'm a little too enthusiastic about this movie...
Character average: 6.875