: You shouldn't be seen in the same room with a cactus. You and John could run off and be outlaws together. Official Sites

[2], River's Edge received largely positive reviews from critics. Here... here's your money. : Later at a convenience store, Tim encounters an underage John arguing with the clerk over buying beer.

[causing him to slam on the brakes] 

Matt : Tim returns home where his brother Matt and mother are searching for his little sister's doll. It opens on a subtle, atmospheric note, with a shlub (Daniel Roebuck as Samson) contemplating a young woman's nude corpse at a dingy riverside, while a delinquent boy observes them from afar.

The script suffers from the lack of a point of view, however - the adults are portrayed as deluded idiots, just like the kids. Tim arrives at the scene with Feck's gun and threatens to kill Matt for hitting him the night before, but Matt talks him out of it. : Layne : Matt is subsequently interrogated by police, who threaten to charge him with being an accessory after the fact.

[brushing him off]  But first, to show off to your friends, strap my dead body to the top of your car and drive all over town.

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: Plot – Layne, Matt, Samson and Clarissa are four friends who spend their time drinking beer and smoking joints. River's Edge is a contemporary horror story about teen-agers, but it contains no slasher scenes or serial homicides. "[10], Hemdale Film Corporation expressed interest in Jimenez's script, and agreed to distribute the film with Tim Hunter directing. [12], Gene Siskel ranked River's Edge as the seventh best film of 1987, while Roger Ebert awarded the film three-and-a-half out of four stars, calling it "the best analytical film about a crime since The Onion Field and In Cold Blood. One of us should get a job, or... something. Look, you're the mother here. Overall, there are people who see profundity in River's Edge, but I'm not one of them. Matt

Maggie Cinemark Layne Moral without moralizing, blackly comic without tastelessness, [and] acutely tuned in to the way dead-end teens talk. They stop at a convenience store and run into John and Feck. - YouTube

Layne Layne [11] It holds an 87% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes based on 38 reviews with the consensus: "A harrowing tale of aimless youth, River's Edge generates considerable tension and urgency thanks to strong performances from a stellar cast including Crispin Glover, Keanu Reeves and Ione Skye." Crazy Mother F**ker Everybody goes along with him, like he's got some special power or something. Well, nobody knows us up there.

"[16] David Ansen of Newsweek called the film "the scariest vision of youth since the alarming Brazilian movie Pixote... River's Edge pitches the audience inside this nightmare world of affectless middle-class kids and lets us watch them wallow their way through moral dilemmas they can only half articulate. Ffffuck : Layne

They stick after you like ghosts. : [exasperated, Layne reaches over, and throws open the door for her]. But John is still alive. Funny thing is, I'm dead now. Fuck! : You will require an account to build your own soundboard or buy sound tracks.! Tim returns home where his brother Matt and mother are searching for his little sister's doll. Layne brags about me, doesn't he?

Clarissa (Ione Skye) ogles Mr. Burkewaite (Jim Metzler) and stays after class. But we trusted him and felt like it would work out in the end. I gave up lending. Maggie Hi, John. Clarissa | Samson You look kinda cold. A young Keanu Reeves is surprisingly poised as Matt, the one character with a few shreds of empathy left. You didn't have to call me a stupid bitch.

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To me, "River's Edge" is a great film, and even though director Tim Hunter occasionally sidesteps the film's actual message, there are very few things wrong with it. In the middle of the night, Layne, Clarissa and Matt drive to Tony's house, but Tony's father chases them off with a shotgun. I can make it on my own. You yelled it Layne. Layne There's other things to do. : Learn some self-control, you're interrupting. [3] The crew arrived to shoot scenes along the American River, but were forced to leave due to a major flood.

From the movie River's Edge - Layne (Crispin Glover) states his loyalty to John (Daniel Roebuck). We want to hear what you have to say but need to verify your email. People know us here? Clarissa | Rating: 3/5, September 21, 2020 Clarissa However, the friends' reaction is almost as ambiguous and perplexing as the crime itself. Filming took place from January to March 1986. Layne : : |

And there's nothing that we can do to save her.

You don't understand a goddamn thing, do you? : :

"A Town Looks at a Murder: Many Could Share the Blame". Matt Go on. :

[3][4] In a 2015 retrospective, Salon deemed it "the darkest teen film of all time. : [to Samson] 

Why did you kill her? River's Edge (1986) Crispin Glover as Layne. Didn't think you'd make it today. Layne Layne

Serious Well, nobody knows us up there. Layne Clarissa Layne This is the ultimate Duke Nukem soundboard, with new stuff added as I find it. Where did you get Portland? : Budweiser?

It is in bad taste. Hi, John. And who's next on his list? [giggles]  [entering]  Please reference “Error Code 2121” when contacting customer service.