Although first debuting at the Sundance Film Festival in early 2015, this bold and raunchy R-rated comedy-drama was a 2016 theatrical release (and a major box-office flop).
It was directed by first-timer Bryan Buckley and written by a married couple, Winston and star Melissa Rauch (the nerdy but sassy Bernadette from The Big Bang Theory TV show).
Co-writer/director Walter Hill's crime thriller (a B-movie revenge noir) was the first lead role for star Michelle Rodriguez since Girlfight (2000).
It resembled Hill's earlier film Johnny Handsome (1989), and Pedro Almodovar's The Skin I Live In (2011), and was regarded by some as offensive to the trans-gender community. So, what you would do is very gently, you would just kind of try to peel it back over like that to expose the head of the cock (She gently pulled the hood down from Kiki's face)....
She was still playing upon her small town's hero-status by obtaining free food, products, some drugs and notoriety - and was often stealing mail from her father's route to make ends meet.
The first view of the narcissistic, teeny-bopper-banged, pony-tailed Hope was in bed wearing her Team USA warm-up suit with the bronze medal hung around her neck, masturbating under the covers while watching a 'glory days' video of her own medal-winning athletic performance.
But I think I might be different with you," although Jasmine claimed she knew how to keep a man interested.
Dallas explained the origin of her name: "Named after the American television show my parents fell in love with in Sweden." Playing curious, Jasmine asked the identical question posed by the male roofer: "Why do women love roofers?
In between, there were intermittent scenes of blunt discussions between the two about their sexual experiences (the more vulnerable Jasmine had one unfulfilled lesbian experience when she was younger, and Dallas had adopted a 'masculine' love-em-and-leave-em, inscrutable mentality).
Eventually, Rile confronted Jasmine about her sexuality when he found out she was lesbian, and she pleaded: "Tell me what I need to do to fix this to put us back on track" as she also said: "Nothing has changed between us." He threatened to leave unless she ended it: "End it....
She ended things by saying: "You're better off without me." Shortly later, over a cell phone, Dallas told Joslyn to throw out any belongings left behind in the apartment.
Joslyn responded bitterly: "Even inanimate objects are not safe from you."Dallas was portrayed as a self-absorbed roofing contractor who was aggressively butch (wearing androgynous tomboy clothes, and later claiming: "I'm not a tomboy. Working on a roof with a male crew, Dallas noticed an attractive brunette arriving home in the townhouse complex in a dark-colored convertible sports car.