The Violent Years (1956)
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HAHA ive seen this! god i need a hobby.
Heh. Thanks to the folks at "Something Weird Video" I'm happy to say this is part of my collection. Considering the wooden acting, choppy edits, and laughable dialogue credited to Edward D. Wood, Jr. writing the screenplay, I really enjoyed this. These girls might look sweet and innocent, but don't let their faces fool you, as they're cold hearted criminals armed with guns and bullet-bras. It's an entertaining "spoiled, rich, tough-teenager" piece of...cinema. Ed Wood tries to cram as much in to fill a feature length film, so the end comes off as a bit preachy during the judge's closing comments. The final statement from Paula, the leader of the teenage gang, is priceless. Pour youself a stiff drink and enjoy this one.
The best thing about this movie is the fact that it was written by Edward D. Wood, Jr. His absurd and (unintentionally) funny script really drives this ludicrous tale about a female gang.
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