USA , 1984, 93min
: Danny Steinmann
Linda Blair, John Vernon, Robert Dryer, Johnny Venocur, Sal Landi, Scott Mayer, Debra Blee, Lisa Freeman, Marcia Karr, Luisa
Unjustly forgotten Rough streets represent a dream come true pulp gourmets, because in combines several of the characteristic elements of osmdesátkové the fallen cinema. The story of rape and revenge is here strung on the environment of shallow high school rebel comedy, which takes the bizarre form, for schoolchildren personify the actors and actresses visibly aged between twenty-five and thirty-five years ago. Bizarre mix has resulted in that the frame offers the same amount of nudity as the period lascivious teen comedy and theatrically conceived of violence as all the beloved 80's action b's. The main attraction however is the engagement of the two contemporary queens film brak, Linda Blair and Linney Quigley. Linda Blair plays the badass boss of the girl's gang, who in a racially mixed group stands out nejnačechranější permanent even the most tight-fitting top. And that's something to watch – beauty, who at fourteen, obsessed with satan, shaking her head at the legendary the exorcist (1973), we are pretty mature. Luckily, the creators have prepared a series of scenes, where its merits can be to show off. By contrast, a year older than Linnea Quigley thanks to his "rozdupaným puppy biscuits" rich stood up as hrdinčiny chaste young sister, who falls prey to a bunch of horny half-psychopathic hooligans, who on the girl compensate for your obvious homoerotic tendencies. The rough streets represent a classic example of films which, though they contain characters of strong emancipated women, its heroine placed in a fetišisticky of lascivious poses for the pleasure of the sight of the audience. On the other hand, worse service image than the obvious preference for nudity and obvious vulgarity makes ridiculously convulsive acting of Linda Blair, award-winning a Golden raspberry.
: Horror Action Krimi