Detroit Rock City


Four teenage rockers who, beleaguered by the disco rage, are determined to finally see their heroes in concert, come hell or high water. Unfortunately, one of their devout Catholic mother and another's hysteric stupidity leave them ticketless with two hours to go before showtime. It's each man for himself, and the boys set out to score any way they can -- by stripping for cash, beating up a little kid or simply sneaking in...


94 minutes.
No Persons Under 13 (Language) .
Comedy

Showtimes

Kiss we ain
Kiss we ain't.

Credits

Cast
Edward Furlong, Guiseppe Andrews, James DeBello, Sam Huntington, Lin Shaye
Director
Adam Rifkin
ScreenplayCarl V. Dupré
MusicJ. Peter Robinson
CinematographyJohn R. Leonetti
Sound formatsDolby Digital, Sony Dynamic Digital Sound, DTS
SA distributor Nu Metro
Made in1999
Produced byBase 12 Productions, Takoma Entertainment Group, Corrupter Production Service Ltd, KISS Nation, New Line Cinema

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Ratings

Scale (Max)20

What the Critics say

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eye Weekly
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5
Box Office
Annllee Ellingson
10
Rough Cut
Matt Kelsey
14
Total Film
Colin Kennedy
10
Film Review
James Mottram
10

What the People say

Internet
294 Netizens
13

Average .. 41%

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Visitor Ratings

Scale (Max)20
Shaun Myburg 14

Average .. 70%

14

Visitor Comments

Ian Douglas: Teenager fare, does not compare with American Pie and others of its ilk.

Stephan Olivier (21): It is stupid.

Shaun Myburg (21): Strictly for fans of KISS and rock'n'roll. Fantastic soundtrack and plenty of in jokes, the DVD comes with great music videos and some hilarious deleted scenes, so maybe it's best to wait for this one to be released on video. Still I enjoyed it, but not mainstream material.






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