Noel McKinney | Chicago, IL United States | 09/08/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Did you like The Doom Generation? So did I, actually, I like it a bit more than a healthy person probably should. Rose was in that movie constantly, and she was, to put it kindly, quite vocal. I enjoyed this. So I couldn't imagine wanting to watch a movie in which she plays a "mute" - why watch a movie without that incredible voice? You know what's even better about Rose McGowan than her voice (hey, get your mind out of the gutter)? Her eyes. Guess how someone who is mute expresses themselves... with their eyes! Wow! The way she uses those eyes to reduce people to insect-status is incredible (guy... "Can you hear?" Rose's eyes... "You are an idiot" you... "whoa, those are great eyes"). So what can I say? Love Rose McGowan's eyes, love this movie. Don't love Rose McGowan's eyes, well, I can't comprehend such a thing, so I can't comment in that case."
Strange and fascinating
Ace | Houston, Tx | 08/11/2000
(3 out of 5 stars)
"This movie is really cool. It is a cheesy, short movie but it is funny. Rose McGowan plays a mute girl perfectly and seductively throughout the movie. The ending makes the movie come together. It says that you get what you deserve."
"You gotta swear you won't kill nobody with these guns."
Ghenghis | Monvolia | 10/02/2003
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Lots of indiscriminant murder and Rose McGowan behind the wheel of a pink 58' Olds with a cigar perched between her trademark red lips...what more could you ask for? You know, I love that girl but somebody finally figured out the real key to her intoxicatingly wicked charm is to keep her silent throughout the entire film. Just the hottest little demon from Hell homewrecker since Joan Crawford!(Spoiler alert) She has one line in the movie and it's worth waiting for, or maybe you'll just want to fast forward to the last scene to hear it for yourself. Her facial expressions and hand gestures are a lot more effective than the dialogue here anyway which is just downright stupid. I wish there was another word that better describes the pure dumbassity of this movie but there just ain't one. Salvator Xuereb was pretty cool as your "here we go again" dissasociated psychopath that broke out of prison with some computer nerd to go on a treasure hunt for gold. They even managed to weave in a tatooed dog, a hit man and a poisonous snake...OOOOOOHHHHHHH! Has it's moments, particularly when the tourists from NY stop to photograph one of our treasure hunters. That one had me rolling on the floor. If you like road movies you can probably somehow find the patience to sit through this one too. Made me hungry for "Love and a 45." 3 Fangs"
A psychopath, a patsy and Rose ... shaken well
Noel McKinney | 06/14/1999
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Although I am getting a bit 'bored' with Rose's casting this is probably one of her best jobs (after Doom Generation) considering she doesn't speak at all 'til the end. Of course if you have no idea of North American car culture and trailer park trash you might be a bit confused, but it has it's dodges and weaves and we the watcher can see what will happen, but the participants are stuck in their own narrow paths. Funny at parts, brutal in others. A rather well done low budget film that was well worth its price."
Dark comedy, a little quirky, but a lot of fun!
no name | Arizona | 01/07/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"My spouse and I both enjoyed this movie--so much so that we have driven through southern new mexico and the quiet little town of Hillsboro! Admittedly, not everyone will enjoy this movie, but it is one of my all time favorites that I still watch a couple of times every year!!!! Rose McGown is great!"