Rave is a movie, from 2001, that tells the story of 6 LA kids that end up at a rave.
Here’s how the producers describe it:
A Rave is a Rhythmic Assault mixed with Visual Ecstasy and if you haven’t experienced one, you’re about to… It’s Saturday night in Los Angeles and 6 teenagers throughout the city are in search of the hottest Rave in the city– it’s the weekend and they’re ready to PARTY.
Over the course of less than one day, we see a portrait of these kids finding their way; their paths crossing in a universal setting…a big city with all the temptations, attractions and dangers.
Here’s my plot summary:
A bunch of kids decide on impulse to go to a rave.
They all end up either: dead, mutilated, or traumatized for life.
Rave is a craptacularly bad waste of film.
The movie fails to capture the attraction of electronic dance music and it fails to tell a compelling, believable story.
Rave is just spectacularly awful, a heavy-handed anti-rave morality tale, devoid of even the cheesy appeal of something like Reefer Madness.
If you see this movie on DVD, it would make an excellent addition to your coaster collection.