over 1 year
All I can think about is Waffle Stomper from the TV show Doug
over 3 years
Not a great flick, but worth a watch.
over 5 years
Moody meditation on hate. Too blunt to really impress but there is merit here.
over 5 years
A movie about...? Despite a weak plot, this movie boasts multiple inspiring performances.
Romper Stomper is a 1992 Australian action drama film written and directed by Geoffrey Wright, starring Russell Crowe, Daniel Pollock, Jacqueline McKenzie and Tony Lee. The film follows the exploits and downfall of a neo-Nazi skinhead group in blue-collar suburban Melbourne.
The film opens with a gang of violent neo-Nazi skinheads from Footscray, Victoria, Australia attacking some Asian teenagers in a subway tunnel. The gang, which is led by Hando (Russell Crowe) and his friend, and second in command, Davey (Daniel Pollock), meets a drug addict Gabrielle (Jacqueline McKenzie) (who they refer to as Gabe), who falls in love with Hando after meeting him the day after her sexually abusive yet highly-affluent father, Martin (Alex Scott), has her junkie boyfriend beaten up.
A few of the gang's skinhead friends visit from Canberra, one of whom has joined the Royal Australian Navy and is home on leave. After a long night of drinking, fighting, and sex, two members of the gang go to their...