Wassup Rockers (2005)

Original Title : Wassup Rockers
Director : Larry Clark
Writer : Larry Clark
Larry Clark
Matthew Frost
Genre : Comedy
Country : USA
Language : English
Producer : Larry Clark , Arianne Fraser , Patrick Meehan , Terry Spazek , Sharon Stone , Kevin Turen , Rudy Van Zyl , Henry Winterstern
Music : Harry Cody
Photography : Steve Gainer
Distributor : Ad Vitam
MPAA Rating : Rated R for pervasive language, some violence, sexual content and teen drinking.
IMDB ID : 0413466
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Jonathan Velasquez Jonathan
Francisco Pedrasa Kiko
Milton Velasquez Milton/Spermball
Yunior Usualdo Panameno Porky
Eddie Velasquez Eddie
Luis Rojas-Salgado Louie
Carlos Velasco Carlos
Iris Zelaya Iris
Ashley Maldonado Rosalia
Laura Cellner Jade
Jessica Steinbaum Nikki
Chris Neville Beverly Hills Cop
Jeremy Scott Andre
David Livingston Beverly Hills Actor
Joe Myles Beverly Hills Detective
Janice Dickinson Beverly Hills Actress
James Martinez Bicycle Cop
Alex Gonzalez Arturo
Orlando Ramirez Driver
Sergio Mangana Gunman
Roman Ruiz Gunman
Magnolia 'Claudia' Rivas Jonathan's Mother
Ana Maria Milton's Mother
Sharmane Stokes GPS Girl
Monique Patrice GPS Girl
Hakika Schuler GPS Girl
Terrence 'Reemo' Pierson Pushing Kid
Bettye C. Poydras Teacher
Cindy Velasquez Jonathan's Sister
Jorge Melendez George
Carlos Melendez Rusty
Lilliana Rodriguez Lilly
Michael Ng Bicycle Cop
Michael Groeneveld Blane
Bryce Blue Berkley
Andrew Cohen Tool
Annique Delphine Tall Girl
Jacque Brautbar Party Guest
Sam Spiegel Party Guest
Andres Londono Tool
Scott Jerell Party Guest
Zumi Rosow Party Guest
Chris Thurman Andre's Flunky
Fanny Veliz Actor's Maid
Cynthia Alvarado Phone Maid
Nubit Arevalo Phone Maid
Wanda Rovira Actress's Maid
Margarita Lugo Actress's Maid
Ron Martinez Manuel
J. Aviance Bouncer
Heidi Hawking Stripper (as Heidi Lee Hawking
Christian Redd Black Gangster
Andre Nickerson Black Gangster
Brittany Dixon Black Gangster
Ana Harrison Milton's Mom (as Ana Maria
Shahla Kareen Party Guest
Danny Minnick Disc Jockey


Instead of adhering to the norms of their South Central neighborhood, a group of skater boys opt to bus into Hollywood and Beverly Hills, where they attract local rich girls - and plenty of trouble with the police, jealous boyfriends, and nervous parents.


A Little Day Bosch all Over the Southland......, 9 April 2006 Author: waynestedman from Paris Clark has hit his stride with this one. Sort of aiming the camera and letting the story flow. It feels like that at least. It is getting a good ride here in Paris, where his films are very well known and admired. One quibble, there is a scene where the new Metro line is going the wrong way for the story..... South Central is not at Redondo Beach... but that is small time. He poetically captures the feel of the metro on the freeway, unique. He could have filmed a bit more when the kids head down into the new Supercamp Metro station at Hollywood and Vine. The Oscars used to be handed out right there at the Pantages, and it is the last thing you see going down into the metro, if you turn around and look back across Hollywood Blvd, the first thing when you come up out the vast new metro system there, too. In a way, this is Clark',s homage to Hollywood, and all of that. If you want a quick study of L.A.',s many minorities, ride the new Metro lines. It is cheap cheap cheap and fun. Loved the way the kids all corrected everybody about their origins, this is not after all a film about East L.A., which has been there forever, it is about the kids of the Central Americans maids, etc., who live in South Central, on the way to Long Beach. The actor with the gun looked so much, sounded so much like the middle generation motorcycle guy of the famous Hollywood acting Dynasty famed for Grapes of Wrath, Barbarella, They Shoot Horses Don',t They, that i was surprised to check the credits just now and learn that it was not Mr. Peter in the role of the man with the gun in his back yard. Maybe it really was Mr. Peter, but too shy to admit it. Do not go to this film expecting to find a story out of the Garden of Earthly Delights, which Hollywood now knows about, after so many day trips to the Prado. A Kellerman story, complete with gay friendliness, this definitely is NOT. On the other hand, there is no Gay Unfriendliness either. Enjoy............
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