The Doom Generation (1995)

The Doom Generation (1995)
 

Director Gregg Araki

Writer Gregg Araki

Genre Action, Comedy, Crime

Year 1995

Actors James Duval, Rose McGowan, Johnathon Schaech, Cress Williams

IMDB : 5.9 (11,611 votes)


 

Description Jordan White and Amy Blue, two troubled teens, pick up an adolescent drifter, Xavier Red. Together, the threesome embark on a sex and violence-filled journey through an America of psychos and quickiemarts.

Comments

  • gpuppy1234 2017-02-14 06:36:07
    90s was the coolest decade
  • Laris Kilimci 2016-10-17 10:04:03
    lol so dazed & confused
  • Joss vallarta 2016-08-04 18:06:06
    Awesome movie !!!!! very sexy
  • Sam Anderson 2016-07-27 04:42:24
    what was that song played during the end of the trailer?
  • trentigalaxy 2016-01-30 04:43:43
    if only he could use Love and Rockets in his soundtracks
  • Stephen Lochetto 2015-08-30 20:39:30
    best soundtrack ever
  • Samantha 2015-08-28 03:00:00
    holy shit the 90s the clothes the music LOVE rose mcgowan everything perfect
  • Ekoms Three 2015-06-26 09:04:56
    666 +THE KRYOGENIX KGX
  • Aikaterini the Great 2015-06-06 09:49:55
    cult cult CULT!
  • leo1337hs 2015-05-22 06:10:13
    Mathilda grew up
  • xDidonax 2015-05-17 18:42:02
    that looks kind of awful
  • Britney Nguyen 2015-02-22 00:17:11
    Johnathon Schaech is a sexiest guy on earth. isn't it the dark side of Rose McGowan, unlike a girl in Charmed.
  • David Arriaga 2015-01-05 09:15:31
    I love Gregg Araki's queer films, mostly because as a gay alr dude there aren't many gay films I can relate too, have to see this "heterosexual" film, even if it sucks it looks cool n the soundtrack is pretty awesome.
  • Distortion0 2015-01-04 21:02:44
    This film was a mixed bag for me. It has some really cool stuff in it...but that fucking ending. One of the most painful things I've ever watched. Really violent and depressing.
  • Lydia D C 2014-12-27 02:31:24
    Nine Nnch Nails...awwwww <3
  • florian656 .florian gutierrez artiste 2014-10-15 03:20:12
    the sense of this film " the doom generation" is more deep than it looks like. . You must don't see  the surface of the film but the ideas of gregg araki  in the background .....  it's a portray very ironic, totally despaired of the americans teenagers , it's a portray of the violence of the american society . When you are finish watching  this movie, you have a weird sensation , like a spleen mood ..... the end of the film is very apocalyptic and violent .
  • Breeana Tucker 2014-09-27 14:38:19
    LOVE THIS MOVIE!!
  • fu google+ 2014-09-15 23:21:27
    How the hell did I never see or hear about this movie! It could have been an entire new chest of angst filled teenage memories. Oh well no time like the present I guess =)
  • pilar gomez 2014-08-24 19:07:36
    oooooh plisss!!! alguien me puede decir donde puedo verla gratis
  • Emma Anderson 2014-07-06 16:32:35
    some people will decry araki's films, but he's my favorite director for a reason. perhaps it's a fault of mine, but i don't generally like movies. i don't like just sitting for hours, looking at a story, even if it's a "good" story. people seem to forget that's totally subjective. a movie can be critically acclaimed, masterful in both content and execution, but if it doesn't interest me, that's that. i won't be engrossed in the film. films by gregg araki, on the other hand, just sort of take your mind through a whimsical journey of loosely connected events. the plot and characterization is shallow and vague, yet every inch of the setting ("setting" includes characters, as when you think of them, that's what they are-- they don't learn or grow, they just kind of exist in the world) drips with satire. yet the film has such a moody, urban outfitters facade, it's difficult to detect the sarcasm at times. it's easy to view these films as "trying to be hip," like a painting from that one kid in art class that draws "totally trippy shit."  but everything really just seems like a surrealistic portrayal of the life of an average teen--turned up to 15.  also, the obscurity of the plot can make it such a fun ride for those with active animations. you just kind of fill in the "plot holes" yourself-- sounds like compensating for a flaw, but i believe this may have been intended by the director. the mental interactivity of his films, for me, is just outstanding.

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