Comedy • R • 1998 • 1 hr 37 min
Way more deep than what I have seen of this movie on social media. I absolutely loved the soundtrack.
What can I say it’s a classic drugs and teen culture go hand-in-hand also a great music track
This movie was one of the gates that opened up a jumbo-jet full of cinema to my face at a young age. So full of heart that it hurts
Im mad that I’m just now hearing about this one. It’s hilarious! I absolutely loved it.
Cult classic about the punk ruck scene in Salt Lake in the 90s. Hilarious and emotional, one of my faves.
Non-conformist idealism and consequence drive this narrative, told through a young man with the burden of choosing life or death.
He was such a poser for that!! (oh my god i can't stop crying)
a must watch, very unique and i love the character’s interactions with each other
Quintessential 90s film with a scene-tearing performance from the underrated Lillard. Has aged incredibly well
Beautiful and crazy. It speaks to you at a certain age, and then you age out and still wish you had that anarchist free spirit of your youth
Two former geeks become 1980s punks, then party and go to concerts while deciding what to do with their lives.
Punk's Dead, the sequel to 1999 cult hit SLC Punk, is a punk romp through the Utah hinterlands. Ross, Penny and Crash, young outsiders from different tribes, embark on a road trip to a huge punk show. Ross, 19, is the love child of Trish and Heroin Bob, who died before Ross was born. During their odyssey, and with the help of a healthy dose of drugs, alcohol and punk music, Ross shreds his darkly Gothic outlook and embraces life. His mother Trish, who raised Ross alone in her steam punk shop, discovers that he is in a crisis. She recruits his 'uncles,' Bob's old SLC gang, to help find him. When all collide at the concert, they are forced to deal with their unresolved relationships with Bob.