It's the last day of school at a high school in a small town in Texas in 1976. The upperclassmen are hazing the incoming freshmen, and everyone is trying to get stoned, drunk, or laid, even the football players that signed a pledge not to.Written by
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Despite being featured on posters, most of Milla Jovovich's scenes were cut. She became so upset about this that she decided to take a break from acting and focus on her music career instead. Jovovich continued acting after being cast in The Fifth Element (1997). See more »
When Carl's mom comes out and catches O'Bannion, she orders Mitch and Carl into the house. We see Carl run in front of Mitch, but in the next shot (behind the mom) we see that Mitch enters the front door first. See more »
Man I hate that guy, he's a jerk. He is a jerk, right?
Yeah. He's kind of a joke.
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An early cut features a subplot of the cops looking for the stolen statues and finding them in the car when the cops bust Randal and his friends for being on the Football Field. See more »
Cast: Jason London, Rory Cochrane, Sasha Jenson, Wiley Wiggins, Michelle Burke, Matthew McConaughey, Adam Goldberg, Anthony Rapp, Marissa Ribisi, Shawn Andrews, Cole Hauser, Milla Jovovich, Joey Lauren Adams, Jason O. Smith, Ben Affleck, Christin Hinjosa, Parker Posey, Nicky Katt.
Directed by Richard Linklater.
"Dazed and Confused" is one of the best teen films ever made, and for many reasons. It stands the test of it's time, along with George Lucas' "American Graffiti" and John Landis' "Animal House". It shows the highs and lows of partying, friendship, and drugs. The plot is about upcoming seniors and freshmen in a Texas town on the full last day of School in 1976. The characters are very likable in this, well, at least most of them. Richard Linklater gives a great independent direction. This isn't a film that encourages kids to do drugs, but it shows a true portrayal of teenagers in a America, in a very fun way. "Dazed and Confused" is one of my all-time favorite films, and one that I can watch over and over again. Well done.
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