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|Rock N' Roll High School|
Actor: The Ramones
Brand new and factory sealed Lumivision/SlingShot DVD Region 1, all Regions compatible U.S. original, never opened or played, ships first class within 24 hours.
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Rock N' Roll High School DVD
Patti Phillips | Clearwater, FL, US | 02/13/2010
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Bought this for my son to replace his original that was loaned and never returned. He was thrilled with it as it's one of his all time favorites. A huge Ramones Fan.... A lot of new Bonus Features on this DVD..."
Hilarious 70s cult classic.
S. Spears | Florence, MA | 12/29/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This film is a jolt of punk rock fun, from start to finish. The Ramones, reigning princes of late-70s Punk rock, appear as themselves. PJ Soles stars as Riff Randle, the rebellious high school girl who lives and breathes rock 'n roll. Riff is obsessed with writing songs for the Ramones, her favorite rock band. She keeps the school rockin', and encourages her fellow-students to join her in her jubilant antics.
Meanwhile the school that Riff attends, has just hired a brand-new Principal, named Ms. Togar. She's a tall, intimidating Amazon of a woman. And she vows to make the students 'toe-the-line'. She even has a couple of the students act as monitors, who report back to her with dirt on their classmates. Ms. Togar is especially determined to nab Riff, and put a stop to Riff's anarchic shenanigans. But Riff has clever ways to foil Togar, at every turn.
Kudos to the superb performance of Mary Woronov, in her role as Principal Togar. Mary is a legendary B movie actress. And in this film, she plays the fascist Ms. Togar, with sneering relish. PJ Soles as Riff, turns in an electrifying performance. Clint Howard as the duplicitous Eaglebauer, has lots of fun with his role.
The Ramones perform many of their hit songs in this film. And so the viewer sees why the Ramones were so influential, in the 70s Punk rock scene. Certainly, this is a good film for Ramones fans. But even if you're not into the Ramones, or Punk rock, this movie is a terrific blast (literally) of energetic fun."