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Allan Moyle

Highest Rated: 92% New Waterford Girl (2000)

Lowest Rated: 0% Xchange (2001)

Birthday: Not Available

Birthplace: Not Available

Canadian filmmaker Allan Moyle makes offbeat independent and mainstream Hollywood films of varying quality. His best-known film is the 1990 Christian Slater-vehicle Pump up the Volume. Educated at McGill University in Montreal, Canada, Moyle started out working closely with Canadian independent filmmaker Frank Vitale as both an actor and a screenwriter. In 1973, Moyle and Vitale made Montreal Man. Moyle made his solo directorial debut in 1977 with The Rubber Gun. That year he also acted in two major features, most notably Outrageous. He debuted in Hollywood with Time Square in 1980 and scored a critical flop. Making the film proved to be so stressful for Moyle that he developed a rare medical condition that caused all of his hair to fall out. After a spate of poor reviews for Time Square, he returned to screenwriting and acting and did not direct again until Pump up the Volume.

Highest Rated Movies



58% Weirdsville Director 2007
No Score Yet Michael Jackson: The Man in the Mirror Director 2004
No Score Yet Say Nothing Director 2002
0% Xchange Director 2001
No Score Yet Jailbait! Director 2000
92% New Waterford Girl Director 2000
29% Empire Records Director 1995
14% The Gun in Betty Lou's Handbag Director 1992
No Score Yet Love Crimes Screenwriter 1992
81% Pump Up the Volume Director Screenwriter 1990
50% Times Square Director Screenwriter 1980
73% Rabid Young Man in Lobby 1979
No Score Yet Outrageous Martin 1977
No Score Yet East End Hustle Actor 1976


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