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Foxfire (Widescreen) [Import]

4.6 out of 5 stars 94 customer reviews

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  • Actors: Hedy Burress, Angelina Jolie, Jenny Lewis, Jenny Shimizu, Sarah Rosenberg
  • Directors: Annette Haywood-Carter
  • Writers: Elizabeth White, Joyce Carol Oates
  • Producers: Jeffrey Lurie, John Bard Manulis, John P. Marsh, Laura Friedman, Marc S. Fischer
  • Format: Anamorphic, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, DVD-Video, Widescreen, NTSC, Import
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: R
  • Studio: Sony Pictures
  • Release Date: June 6 2000
  • Run Time: 102 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 94 customer reviews
  • ASIN: 6305821216
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Format: DVD
I wasn't supposed to like this movie. I wasn't. I got the urge to see it after renting the "Girl,Interrupted" DVD and falling in love with Angelina Jolie and then seeing the preview for this on the DVD.The movie in fact is pretty damn good.It's sad and funny and Angelina Jolie is incredible. The movie is about 5
High School girls starting with Maddy(Hedy Burress),a young,pretty,and intelligent art student.Rita(Jenny Lewis) a typical high school girl that is the one chick in Science class that doesn't wanna disect(If that's how you spell it) the frog.
Goldie(Jenny Schmizu) a chinese and/or japanese drug fiend.
Violet(Sarah Rosenberg) a perky "social" chick.And last Legs
(Jolie) a young rebel passing through town to town.When Rita is sexually assaulted by a teacher,the five girls join foreces and teach him a lesson.In other words they beat the crap out of him.
They're suspended and start hanging out at an old abandoned house and all discover their true selves I guess you could say.
I really don't know why I liked this movie,the movie is a chick flick at heart.It's a sad film,but Angelina Jolie shines and makes it more sad then it's meant to be.Go see this movie.B+
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By A Customer on July 12 2003
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I saw this movie a long time ago and I've always loved it. It's what introduced me to Angelina Jolie, and made me a fan before she became a huge star. There's a lot to love in this film, and not just for teenage girls, though no doubt that was the target audience. I've known guys, and adults of both sexes to enjoy it as well.
What I loved about it, besides the great acting (Jolie, of course was great, but the whole cast of girls shone in this movie) was just about everything. It was fun and heartfelt, the realtionships between the girls were well developed, and there was a certain charisma between them that was interesting.The teenage rebellion was fun and not too formulated, (though it was predictable, of course.)
I also really enjoyed the artistry of lighting and sets in this movie. Buress's room filled with stars (Spike and Virgo - the June sky) the beautiful blue lighitng in some of the scenes and warmth of the candle scene. Someone was an artist here with the feel of the sets - that beautiful old house, too!
Some of the scenes were really powerful in ways that most teen flicks aren't. A lot of that has to do with the quality of acting, I'm sure. But really, all of the actresses were great, and like in all good movies, I was really attached to the characters. Jolie was superb as the cool James Dean-type, drifter-into-town. Buress was a good strong main character and did a fine job of acting off of Jolie, making their relationship really intersting. I loved the scene with Jenny Lewis (who played the shy, Rita) where she sings in the grocery store (she sings in real life in a band I think), and Sara Rosenberg as Violet played her part as the steretypical "[tramp] with a heart" perfectly.
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Foxfire is a film about the intense nature of friendship forged in unusual events, and about what friendship really is and isn't. Five girls come together who weren't previously friends when one confesses that a teacher sexually abuses her. Another of the five confirms her story and they decide to make it stop. What happens next is that they all risk a great deal to be there for the abused girls, and the friendship that comes out of the experience is unbreakable. Throughout the film they take care of each other in a way that you'd expect from family, which is telling of the fact that by taking risks for each other and being true friends they have formed bonds of real sisterhood. This is a movie that adolescent girls will appreciate especially, but all people will enjoy. The chord it strikes in people who seek true friends is something not easily forgotten. This movie is more than a chick flick, and it's more than a story about female rebellion, it's a celebration of the nature of real friendship.
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I think "Foxfire" is trying to make a positive stand about young women defending their rights. The problem goes about it all wrong.
The fresh, young cast is wonderful. Yes, Angelina Jolie shows what kind of talent she has. Jolie plays a character nicknamed Legs. Legs literally shows up out of nowhere and struts into a high school biology class. She pulls the pins out of a live (!!) frog that is about to be dissected and tosses the frog out a window to freedom. She then climbs out the window herself. Legs has this odd habit of showing up at the school even though she apparently has no connection to it.
Anyway, she befriends four girls at the school. She soon finds out that the scummy biology teacher has been sexually harassing and fondling some of his female students. They decide to get a bit of revenge and end up beating him up. The girls are then suspended for a few weeks. They find an abandoned home in pretty good shape and they decide to make it their hangout.
Some female bonding and hijinks take place. They give each other tattoos. They break into the school and carelessly start a fire. Implausibly, one of the girls is almost abducted by a bunch of guys from the school. Luckily, a couple of her friends had been hiding behind some bushes or something and one of them pulls a knife on the guys. Then they steal the main abductor's vehicle. They end up being arrested and charged with several serious felonies. Extremely weak plotting if you ask me.
Ultimately, the film tailspins out of control. As the movie progresses, the viewer loses more and more sympathy for the girls. It should be the other way around. You should care more about characters once you get to know them. These girls make such awful and selfish decisions that you end up feeling that they deserve whatever comes to them. Sadly, the fabulous cast can't save the fatal script they were given.
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