Happy Harry Hardon. That's funny.I knew people who saw this movie and immediately decided they were going to start up their very own pirate radio station and rule the airwaves.
Yeah, because we all know that the midwest is the epicenter of social unrest.
Anyway. I like this movie. It's actually one of the few (if only) Christian Slater movies I do like, and that's basically because Samantha Mathis is in it. But I guess it really sort of captures all that teen angst of the late 80's/early 90's, all wraped up in one neat little package: Slater's pirate DJ gets to spout off about his angst. And dammit if the people don't start to listen.
Fine performances and a decent soundtrack. Not a bad flick.I think we all need pirate radio setups in our homes. Because as we all know, parents are never nosy.