A slightly dystopian vision of LA, we follow three disaffected teenagers, Jessie, Calvin and Nicky, all victims of extreme childhoods, running supreme hedonistic riot as they try to work out a way in life.
An entry-level employee at a powerful corporation finds himself occupying a corner office, but at a dangerous price: he must spy on his boss's old mentor to secure for him a multi-billion dollar advantage.
Principal photography for Ex-Terminators took place in Austin, Texas over five weeks between April and May 2008. It was shot entirely on location across the city, including scenes filmed downtown, in the South Congress area, the Austin State Hospital, and local neighborhoods. See more »
(at around 1 min) Hutt films Heather and Amber from the alley. A minute later in the scene when he watches a clip you clearly see that it's filmed from the street, not from the alley. See more »
So, where do you want to begin?
Where things always begin. In bed.
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Performed by The Pierces
Written by Catherine Pierce
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not that funny
Alex (Heather Graham) gets laid off. She breaks up with her boyfriend after catching him sleeping with another woman. She punches a guy for trying to take a blouse she wants to buy. She's sentenced to 12 months in group therapy. Stella (Jennifer Coolidge), Nikki (Amber Heard), and Kim (Joey Lauren Adams) are some of the others in the women's group. Stella hires Alex to be her accountant. Alex rejects lascivious tax auditor Hutt and he starts stalking her. Kim is abused by her husband. Stella, Nikki, and Alex follow him after one such incident and end up ramming him off a cliff killing him. Police detective Dan investigates the case. He recognizes Alex from school and they start dating. Stella and Nikki start wrecking havoc against the men of Texas.
Despite having a couple of pretty funny actors, this indie lacks big laughs. These are beautiful women with varying comedic skills. The material is where this movie falls short. Neither director John Inwood and writer Suzanne Weinert are that experienced. The writing lacks good jokes. Inwood is a functional TV director. The basic premise has potential for a black comedy but the writing is not funny enough.
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