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A group of wealthy Los Angeles teenagers try to become part of the "gangsta" lifestyle but soon run into trouble when they come face to face with a real gang of Latino drug dealers.


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  • Actors: Anne Hathaway, Bijou Phillips, Michael Biehn, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Freddy Rodriguez
  • Directors: Barbara Kopple
  • Writers: Stephen Gaghan
  • Producers: Andy Grosch, Stewart Hall, John Morrissey, Sammy Lee, Jonas McCord
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, DTS Surround Sound, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround), English (Dolby Digital 5.1), English (DTS 5.1)
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: New Line Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: May 15, 2007
  • Run Time: 92 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (148 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #17,908 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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158 of 172 people found the following review helpful By Brandon Wiggins on December 15, 2005
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Obviously the main draw of this DVD is the fact that Anne Hathaway appears 'nude'. However, if your expecting all out full-frontal nudity and borderline porno scenes with Hathaway---think again. Several scenes (most notably the one with Hathaway and Philips in the bedroom) had oh so much potential, but in the end there are simply a few scenes of Hathaway topless. (a lot more of Philips)

Now, on to the movie...

This is an interesting topic to make a film about...wiggers AKA white kids with too much time and money. Ironically the term is mostly used by white people to label other white people. Anyways, THIS particular film did not achieve anything spectacular. The story begins with 2 'crews' arguing with each other and introduces us to the PTC (Hathaway's crew). The story itself is not very interesting (white kids go to the hood and get involved with a gang), but, surprisingly, the film is entertaining to watch.

The character's themselves (in the beginning) were a little to close to 'Malibu's Most Wanted' to fully embrace this movie as a drama and care about them. Also, as the story progresses, not enough effort is put into learning about or developing the characters. (More details about Hathaway's character in the beginning would have been great)This is unfortunate becuase later in the film, it would have been helpful to care a little more about these people. The characters really only start to become more than two dimensional in the last 25 minutes or so. Anne Hathaway and Bijou Philips were good on screen together and had the most authentic feeling relationship in the entire movie.

Overall, this film definitely had potential to be a good film and could have been done wonders with a few more plot intricacies and more character development. But, as is, I would RENT this movie instead of purchasing it.
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96 of 105 people found the following review helpful By Lawrance Bernabo HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on January 27, 2006
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When I saw "Brokeback Mountain" I thought that was the film in which Anne Hathaway made it clear she was not going to be doing any more princess movies for Disney by dong a nude scene. But then I discovered that after making her second princess movie and then doing vocal work for "Hoodwinked," Hathaway made "Havoc" and went from PG to R without a transitional PG-13 movie (okay, unrated in terms of the DVD, but R in the theater). I heard that Mandy Moore was originally cast as the lead for this film and I have to wonder if she bailed given what the role required or if they changed the script to give it this "harder" edge that it has now. Putting in deleted scenes to justify labeling it as unrated might increase the word of mouth about the film, but it did not improve it in any way that will impress anybody with a more than prurient interest in the festivities.

Hathaway plays Allison Lang, a bored high school student who lives in an affluent part of Los Angeles. Along with her boy friend, Toby (Mike Vogel), best friend, Emily (Bijou Phillips), and everybody else in her group, Allison talks and dresses like bone fida members of the gangster culture from the music they listen to. They strike us as being pretty sad and pathetic, a judgment that is amply underscored when Toby tries to score some crack cocaine in East L.A. and is brought all the way down to the ground by Hector (Freddie Rodriguez, who does a much better job of getting beyond his role on "Six Feet Under" to impress viewers). If not for Allison's intervention Toby and everybody else in their car might have ended up dead. After this encounter Toby retreats into bravado, while Allison, having seen the real thing, responds to the danger.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By shane2006 on March 9, 2006
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As most of you already know, this film does show Anne Hathaway topless. But so does a much more brilliant film Brokeback Mountain when she is having sex with Jack in the station wagon, asking his "Am I going too fast?" This movies plays like a sad violin. The storyline is simple: rich teenagers feel like they are unwanted so they act "black" and have sex a lot. Anne Hathaway is such a good actress, portraying Allison, a stressed out teen who wants to be someone else, or in her words she is "Sick of this phony life." Bijou Phillips plays Allison's best friend, Emily, who (SPOILER ALERT!!!---gets raped by two Mexican gansters.) The film is a dazzling display of affection for what many people want to do, pretend to be someone else. Allison wants to change her lifestyle, so she gets involved with a Mexican ganster, who deals drugs. Barbara Kopple makes this film a complete aray of brilliance. It is slow at parts, and the ending makes you think of what really happened.

The film progresses and makes a big band at the end---literally. The rest of the cast includes Spy Kid's Matt O'Leary, 10 Things I Hate About YOu's Goseph Gordon-Levitt, and TV's Drake and Josh's Josh Peck. The film was released straight to DVD because the studio did not know how to release it, and for obvious reasons, I agree with them. The reason I am only giving it four stars and not five is because it is slow at parts and the ending leaves you hanging.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Michael Bolts on February 12, 2006
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Anne Hathaway (Princess Diaries, Brokeback Mountain) plays Allison, a girl who with her friends are all apart of this click who loves black music, they also talk like it too. Well, one night, they go downtown in the East side looking for some stuff to buy but one of them ends up getting roughed up by some Mexican guy, played by Freddy Rodriguez (Dead Presidents, Cant Hardly Wait). Soon, Hathaway goes back and starts to hang out with his crowd, he brings her girls along with her. She even gets arrested and this doesnt please her parents, played by Michael Biehn (Cherry Falls, The Terminator) and Laura San Giacomo (Just Shoot Me, Sex Lies & Videotape). She doesnt even have a good relationship with them at all. Later on, Hathaway and her friend played by Bijou Phillips (Bully, Black & White) want in on the gang and the initiation would be whoever rolls the amount of numbers on a dice, that many dudes you gotta do. Then later on it becomes more dramatic and yada-yada. Scripted by none other then Stephen Gaghan who directed one of 2005's best movies last year Syriana..sorry Gaghan, this movie isnt that spectacular. There's a lot of corny acting, especially when those white boys try to act black....Joseph Gordon-Levitt (3rd Rock From The Sun, Brick) being one of them. Plus, who hasnt seen this already? Felt like Black & White mixed with Bully without the violent killing of a friend mixed with some other stuff. Yes, Anne Hathaway is nude, she doesnt look half bad bad which will drive in any male viewers to see, yes that includes me. Also starring Shiri Appleby (Undertow, Roswell), Alexis Dziena (Broken Flowers, Wonderland), Mike Vogel (Texas Chainsaw Masscara remake, Wuthering Heights remake), Matt O'Leary (Frailty, Brick), Channing Tatum (Coach Carter, Supercross), Josh Peck (Mean Creek, Snow Day) and of course Raymond Cruz (Collateral Damage, Training Day) as to be in it.
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