Æon Flux is a mysterious and amoral secret agent from the country of Monica. Her motives or background are left unexplained, as are those of her antagonist/love, Trevor Goodchild. On her ... See full summary »
John Rafter Lee,
Jim and Roy, a friendly violet demonic-looking alien that inhabits Jim's giant head, must stop an alien invasion. Misguided FBI agents and a manipulated mad doctor stand in their way, but Jim finds allies.
MTV's classic, surreal, experimental, grotesque, macabre and darkly humorous animation anthology featuring both serialized and one-off segments. The show also features music videos and rare live action and puppet segments.
Graduation is looming and the seniors of Lawndale High are busy with college preparations. Daria and Tom are applying to snobby Bromwell, which Tom seems sure to get into, while Jane faces rejections from local art schools and contemplate life without an art degree. Jodie applies to an African American college against her parents' wishes, while the cheerleaders look forward to school at Great Prairie State. In the meantime, Quinn gets a part-time job hostessing and meets a new friend, Lindy, who helps brush off some of that shallowness. But Lindy isn't as perfect as she comes off. The pressures and frustrations of college applications, misunderstandings, and growing up mount with full force as the 'Daria' TV show finales with 'Is It College Yet?'Written by
This made for TV film serves as the true series finale to the show Daria. See more »
Quinn says the job at the restaurant is her first. Her actual first job was at a pet store in Daria: It Happened One Nut, but she was fired from there so she may be trying to hide it. See more »
Quinn, I'm so glad you wanted to see A Kiss Before Heaven. I can't help myself; I'm a sucker for those tear-jerkers.
Are you kidding? I love hospital room movies. And I hate seeing them with guys. They always get mad because nothing blows up.
Guys love explosions, and rocket attacks, and death rays. They don't understand how much more fun it is to watch someone die slowly.
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During the end credits, a montage of pictures of the 'Daria' cast in various jobs and positions after college is presented. Some of these are crazy, such as Daria and Jane as perky morning show hosts and Trent as a senator, while others are not so off the mark, such as a retired Helen and Jake hooked up to a giant tank of Valium and Brittany in a bathtub on a slasher movie set. See more »
The movie's original airing also included footage not shown in subsequent airings. Some of the extra footage include a scene of Daria and Tom playing video games, minor dialogue between Daria and Tom with undertones of their deteriorating relationship, more dialogue during the Daria and Quinn "comfort scene," and extended closing credits. See more »
I've mention earlier that I'm a huge "Daria" fan. When MTV finally aired the "Is It College Yet", I stayed tune for it and I did not budge until it was over. As I watched it, I began to realize how much the characters have developed over the past five years (well, actually two years in Lawndale time. It sure is sad to see them go.
All in all, I was really impressed with it, but I'm afraid to say anymore without giving away the story.
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