Very possibly the most ruthlessly irritating comedy since the dreaded S.F.W. attempted to put its finger on the pulse of young America, and that's saying something. It's 1985, and deep in the heart of Ronald Reagan's America Salt Lake City, Utah
punk-rocker Stevo (the redoubtable Matthew Lillard) is angry. Disgusted by the banality of the world around him, Stevo wears his electric-blue dye-job with pride, swearing to remain "hardcore" amid rampant selling out. But it isn't easy: His hippie-turned-corporate lawyer dad (Christopher
McDonald) is pressuring him to go to Harvard Law School, and Stevo has to travel to Wyoming just to buy beer. But he and hi...