Havoc

Havoc

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Director: Barbara Kopple, Anne Hathaway, Bijou Phillips

Cast: Barbara Kopple, Anne Hathaway, Bijou Phillips

     
 

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A pair of naïve young girls learn that even the most insignificant actions can have lasting consequences in this music-driven take on teen culture starring Anne Hathaway and Bijou Phillips and directed by two-time Oscar-winning filmmaker Barbara Kopple. Influenced by the hip-hop thug lifestyle and seeking to explore life outside of their insulated, culturally

Overview

A pair of naïve young girls learn that even the most insignificant actions can have lasting consequences in this music-driven take on teen culture starring Anne Hathaway and Bijou Phillips and directed by two-time Oscar-winning filmmaker Barbara Kopple. Influenced by the hip-hop thug lifestyle and seeking to explore life outside of their insulated, culturally homogenized suburb, pretty young teenagers Allison (Hathaway) and Emily (Phillips) set their sights on East L.A. to experience the "gangsta" lifestyle firsthand. By the time the pair meet some true-life Latino gang-bangers and realize just how far out of their element they really are, it may already be too late to turn back.

Product Details

Release Date:
11/29/2005
UPC:
0794043843228
Original Release:
2005
Rating:
NR
Source:
New Line Home Video
Region Code:
1
Presentation:
[Wide Screen]
Sound:
[DTS 5.1-Channel Surround Sound, Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Time:
1:32:00
Sales rank:
27,196

Special Features

Closed Caption; Theatrical trailer

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Anne Hathaway Allison
Bijou Phillips Emily
Channing Tatum Actor
Johnny Vasquez Actor
Josh Peck Actor
Michael Biehn Stuart
Joseph Gordon-Levitt Sam
Laura San Giacomo Joanna
Matt O'Leary Eric
Mike Vogel Toby
Shiri Appleby Amanda
Samuel Bottoms Lt. Maris
Ray Cruz Chino
Alexis Dziena Sasha
Terri Hanauer Lt. Kovaleski
Sam Hennings Mr. Rubin
J.D. Pardo Todd
Cecilia Peck Mrs. Rubin
Luis Robledo Ace
Freddy Rodriguez Hector

Technical Credits
Barbara Kopple Director
Nancy Baker Editor
Loren Basulto Art Director
Lars Bjorck Co-producer
Trip Brock Sound/Sound Designer
Hallie D'Amore Makeup
Mark Damon Executive Producer
Jerry Fleming Production Designer
Stephen Gaghan Original Story
Jerry Greenberg Editor
Jerry Greenberg Editor
Stewart Hall Producer
Chris Hayes Camera Operator
Stefan Jonas Co-producer
Keith Jordan Camera Operator
Jessica Kaplan Original Story
Daniel Katzman Asst. Director
Sammy Lee Executive Producer
Cliff Martinez Score Composer
Jonas McCord Executive Producer
Michael McQuarn Musical Direction/Supervision
Kramer Morgenthau Cinematographer
John Morrissey Producer
Jack F. Murphy Producer
Sara O'Donnell Costumes/Costume Designer
Rick Pagano Casting
Chad Rosen Asst. Director

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Havoc
1. Main Titles [4:07]
2. Spoiled Bored [9:01]
3. Lunch With Dad [3:02]
4. Hood Rollin' [5:23]
5. Girls Night Out [6:26]
6. East Side House Party [5:09]
7. Loneliest Girl I Know [5:03]
8. Just Looking [2:33]
9. People Live Here [3:56]
10. Jail Bird [3:31]
11. Totally Real [5:37]
12. Motel Romp [4:07]
13. The Sixteenth [3:12]
14. Dice Game [1:53]
15. Just Sex [4:09]
16. You Ain't Real [5:46]
17. Police Matter [3:38]
18. False Justice [7:51]
19. Reality Check [3:38]
20. End Credits [3:55]

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Havoc 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Careful what you wish for Anne Hathaway and Bijou Phillips play two teens. Bored with there "sheltered live", they go looking for trouble. They actually go to a gang neighborhood, and try to join a gang. They thought they could do anything they wanted, without consequences. They were ignorant enough to think they could have the thrill of a gang, and still be as safe as they'd always been. They were arrogant enough to think the gang guys were the boys they knew how to deal with. They were mistaken.. Anne's character chickens out, and Bijou's gets gang raped.
Guest More than 1 year ago
If one disregards some of the sex scenes with Hathaway, and excluding Phillips, this is typical teen fooder for racial conflict in HELL A. Hathaway's departure from the pollyanna films of Princess Diaries to the dire realities of the streets is exemplary, but in reality, is not reality. How many white girls would go into a mostly Hispanic ghetto looking for the "gangsta life" just because "they are teenagers and bored." I am sorry, but that's pathetic. Although not condoning what happened to the character of Emily in the movie, Bijou Phillips plays her usual character: a drug taking, stupid, naive, promisicuous, and ultimately criminal young temptress. Hathaway's portrayal does a compelling job, though, for how bad the script and the character were written. It shows where our alienated youth are going and how their apathetical parents don't know the other side. There is not much to this movie besides a kid that is filming a "documentary on phenomena," pacifica palaside spoiled brats, and middle-class white gang bangers trying to fight well entrenched Hispanics after a brutal gang rape of Emily (Phillips. You get the picture.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This movie was the one of those movies that you had to look at every scene to really get into. I mean the first 10 minutes is just shameless sex. It's really an introduction of their life style and how they tried to be all "gansta". However, I still don't see what the real purpose of this movie was. Okay, 2 girls from the upper side of L.A. ride to the downtown east side ( the quote unquote ghetto) to join a gang? What the hell? I mean ok I know it's just a movie but some of it seems really over the top. Teenagers don't act like this, at least the ones that I know. So the primous of this movie (if you get anything from it) is that pretty girls shouldn't go to the ghetto. Yeah, that was a lessioned learned. If you like seeing random teenage girls have sex this movie is very much for you.
Guest More than 1 year ago
FREDDY RODRIGEZ from "Six Feet Under" was exemplary. Not a scent of insincerety was noted. Movie was mostly credible, except the white guys trying to HOMIES--did not work! Overacting to the enth degree. 16 Street gang members always had the edge over LA socialites. No comparison. Homies had alot more class than beverly hills white trash. This is real. Maybe a little overdone, but at least one person's view of life changed, Allison's. I can't give it FOUR STARS. This would negate SEVEN, CITIZEN X, WONDERLAND, PRIMAL FEAR, MURDER IN THE FIRST, JUST CAUSE and HOUSE OF SAND AND FOG.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago