Crime & Punishment in Suburbia2000
Crime & Punishment in Suburbia (2000)
Critic Consensus: Despite the beautiful visuals, Crime and Punishment is too somber and pretentious. Also, the acting is of mixed quality.
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as Roseanne Skolnik
as Maggie Skolnik
as Fred Skolnik
as Stuck Up Girl
as Vincent's Mom
as Mr. Dwyer
as Counselor Lord
as Rat Fink Neighbor
as Officer Lambert
as Chief Judson
as Calvin Berry
as Judge Jack
Critic Reviews for Crime & Punishment in Suburbia
You wouldn't want to give any of these people the time of day in real life. They are blah or worse, and they are headed for some violent confrontations that seem pointless because they are so unworthy of our attention in the first place.
Far from the head-banging alternative to teen movies the filmmakers intended -- it's more like a self-important Poison Ivy sequel.
Director Rob Schmidt photographs the action in that visually clichéd, MTV-influenced manner now de rigeur in much of independent cinema.
Every single thing about Crime and Punishment in Suburbia is stolen and tired.
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