R | | Comedy, Drama
An alienated and misanthropic teenager gains sudden and unwanted celebrity status after he's taken hostage by terrorists where his indifference to their threats to kill him makes news headlines.
Director Jefery Levy wanted to include material from Nirvana, particularly the song "All Apologies", on the soundtrack. Though the music was never obtained, Levy said an early cut of this movie was screened for singer Kurt Cobain, who "responded" to the film. Later, following Cobain's death, Levy said that he found the parallels between this movie and Cobain's life to be quite eerie.
Barbara 'Babs' Wyler:
During the last flashback, Spab is seen pulling out an Uzi that he had never acquired.
The GWAR video seen in the movie follows the credits in its entirety.
$44,227 22 January 1995