Boogie Nights (1997) Mark Wahlberg | The Saturday Doobie Feature | Movies and Marijuana

Boogie Nights

Boogie Nights (1997) Mark Wahlberg | The Saturday Doobie Feature | Movies and Marijuana

Jessica and Justin groove into the adult film industry of the ’70s and ’80s as they follow the BIG time porno star, Dirk Diggler.

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*Prop 64 Compliant show recorded in California for Adults 21+

About the Movie

Plot (Spoilers):

In 1977, Eddie Adams is a high-school dropout living with his stepfather and emotionally abusive mother in Torrance, California. He works at the Reseda nightclub owned by Maurice Rodriguez, where he meets porn filmmaker Jack Horner, who auditions for him by watching him have sex with Rollergirl, a porn starlet who always wears skates. After having an argument with his mother about his girlfriend and sex life, Adams moves in with Horner at his San Fernando Valley home. Adams gives himself the screen name “Dirk Diggler”, and becomes a star because of his good looks, youthful charisma, an unusually large penis. His success allows him to buy a new house, an extensive wardrobe, and a “competition orange” 1977 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray. With friend and fellow porn star Reed Rothchild, Dirk pitches a series of successful action-themed porn films. Dirk works and socializes with others from the porn industry, and they live carefree lifestyles in the late 1970s disco era. That changes at a New Year’s Eve party at Horner’s house marking the year 1980 when assistant director Little Bill Thompson discovers his porn-star wife having sex with another man, shoots them both and kills himself.

Dirk and Reed begin using cocaine. Due to Dirk’s drug use, he finds it increasingly difficult to achieve an erection, falls into violent mood swings and becomes upset with Johnny Doe, a new leading man Jack has recruited. In 1983, after having an argument with Jack, Dirk is fired, and he and Reed leave to start a rock and roll career along with Scotty, a boom operator who loves Dirk. Jack rejects business overtures from Floyd Gondolli, a theater magnate in San Diego and San Francisco, who insists on cutting costs by shooting on videotape because Jack believes that video will diminish the quality of his films. After his friend and financier Colonel James is imprisoned for possession of child pornography, Jack works with Gondoli, becoming disillusioned with the projects Gondolli expects him to churn out. One of these projects involves Jack and Rollergirl riding in a limousine, searching for random men for her to have sex while being taped by a crew. When one man recognizes Rollergirl as a former high-school classmate, he insults her and Jack, who both attack him, leaving him injured on the sidewalk as the crew drives away.

Leading lady Amber Waves finds herself in a custody battle with her ex-husband. The court determines she is an unfit mother, due to her involvement in the porn industry, prior criminal record, and cocaine addiction. Buck Swope marries fellow porn star Jessie St. Vincent, who becomes pregnant. Because of his past, Buck is disqualified from a bank loan and cannot open his own stereo-equipment store. That night, he finds himself in the middle of a holdup in which the clerk, the robber, and an armed customer are killed. Buck escapes with the money that the robber demanded. Having squandered their money on drugs, Dirk and Reed cannot pay a recording studio for demonstration tapes they believe will enable them to become music stars. Desperate for money, Dirk resorts to prostitution but is assaulted and robbed by three men. Dirk, Reed, and their friend Todd attempt to scam drug dealer Rahad Jackson by selling him a half-kilo of baking soda as cocaine. Dirk and Reed decide to leave before Rahad’s bodyguard inspects it, but Todd fails to steal money from Rahad, who kills him in the ensuing gunfight. Dirk reconciles with Jack.

In 1984, Buck and Jessie give birth to their son, Amber shoots the television commercial for Buck’s store opening, Reed practices a successful magic act at the strip club, Colonel James remains in prison, and Rollergirl returns to high school. Dirk and Amber prepare to start filming again.

Boogie Nights
Directed by: Paul Thomas Anderson
Produced by: Paul Thomas Anderson, Lloyd Levin, John Lyons, JoAnne Sellar
Written by: Paul Thomas Anderson,
Starring: Mark Wahlberg, Julianne Moore, Burt Reynolds, Don Cheadle, John C. Reilly, William H. Macy, Heather Graham
Music by: Michael Penn
Cinematography: Robert Elswit
Edited by: Dylan Tichenor
Production Company: Lawrence Gordon Productions, Ghoulardi Film Company
Distributed by: New Line Cinema
Release Date: 1997 (United States)
Running time: 133 minutes
Language: English
Budget: $5,000,000
Box office: $43,100,000

Sourced: Wikipedia,


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