Movie House Memories

Over The Edge (1979)

Episode #110

Orion Pictures released Over The Edge on July 7, 1979. Jonathan Kaplan directed the film starring Matt Dillon, Michael Eric Kramer, and Pamela Ludwig.

‘Over The Edge’ Movie Summary

A group of bored teenagers rebel against authority in the community of New Granada, Colorado after a police officer shoots and kills one of them.

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Orion Pictures released Over The Edge on July 7, 1979. Jonathan Kaplan directed the film starring Matt Dillon, Michael Eric Kramer, and Pamela Ludwig.

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  1. This gets my vote as the strangest pick by anyone so far, and I’ve listened to every podcast. Even stranger than Enter the Dragon! But it’s still a good film. naked gun is also a weird pick, I would expect that to be on LTMR not here. May I ask what is scheduled for Dec 15?

    1. For December 15th, I picked 1934’s The Thin Man…and I also chose 2 of your 3 weird picks! 🙂

      1. That’s great about the thin man, thought it may be part of golden age, but this is even better. I remembered you picked enter the dragon. You also picked romancing the stone and a funny thing happened, which I also thought were strange picks. But you also pick films that only serious film critics would probably pick like M, McCabe, and L’Aventura. You are definitely the most unpredictable of the four!

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