Poison Ivy

Synopsis: Ivy ('Drew Barrymore'), a sexy teen who lives with her aunt, moves in with a reclusive teen (Gilbert) and slowly works her way into the lives of her adopted family. The mother (Ladd) is sickly and can't sexually satisfy her husband (Skerritt) any more, and to the daughter's horror, Ivy begins seducing her father.
Genre: Drama, Thriller
Director(s): Katt Shea
Production: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  2 nominations.
 
IMDB:
5.4
Rotten Tomatoes:
37%
R
Year:
1992
90 min
159 Views

She was definitely a turnoff,|too overt.

Look at her...

Obviously, big problems.

Most girls|don't fly through the air...

with their skirt|around their waist.

Supergirl at least had|the decency to wear tights...

not that I read comics.

I'm more the politically,|environmentally correct...

feminist, poetry-reading type.

You know...

boring.

I wonder if she posed|for that painting.

Great perm.

Blond hair...

obvious bleach job.

Too bad it's six months old.

I don't know how she does it.

I get airsick on a seesaw.

I guess she's sort of beautiful.

I don't know. Those lips.

Lips are supposed|to be a perfect reflection...

of another part|of a woman's anatomy.

Not that I'm a lesbian.

Well, maybe I am.

No, definitely not.

I told my mother I was,|just for shock value.

She said, "Fine, just as long|as you don't smoke. "

Which, of course,|is my main joy in life.

Probably oral compensation.

I don't think I was breast-fed.

I can't imagine|where she came from.

None of the other kids|at my school are that scangie.

I really wish|we could be friends.

A dog got hit! Come on!

Someone should just kill it.

It's still breathing.

Oh, God.

You kids pipe down!

Principal's office. Please hold.

Take a seat, ma'am.

It's a stick-on.

See?

I like the ivy.

The cross makes me think|of death, but the ivy is life.

Sort of the tragic|and the hopeful, you know?

What did you do to your hair?

It's Egyptian.

Cool.

What are you busted for?

I got to keep|a certain grade-point average.

I'm slipping in biology.

You're one of those|scholarship kids.

You make it sound|like Jerry's Kids.

It's not a disease.

Sorry.

Did it hurt?

No. They used a gun.|It was really Quick.

But you've got this wire|running through your nose.

It feels like a booger.

Who's the old dude who picks|you up in the pimpmobile?

It's my dad.

He's having a midlife crisis.

My name's Sylvie Cooper.

What did they nail you for?

I phoned in a bomb threat|to KTVM.

You know that lame guy|who does the editorials?

He said that teenagers|are too hormonally imbalanced...

to have driver's licenses.

He said the age should be raised|to twenty-one.

How did they know it was you?

Wait a sec.

I've seen your dad.|He is that guy...

that jerk on TV who does|those tweaked editorials.

You phoned in a bomb threat|to your own father?

That's great.

No, I mean it.

I'm gonna break this|to you real slow.

Your dad's an asshole.

I ought to slap you good.

You can't put two hundred people|out on a sidewalk...

just because you|don't like an editorial!

They're trying to get rid of me.|Whose side are you on?

Sylvie, you hurt me.

I didn't mean to.

I'm sorry, Dad.

No more than me.

I.

No more than I.

You're grounded.

You rich f*ckhead!

I worked for it!

It's nice and cool in here.

I missed my ride.

Could you take me|to Olympic and Fairfax?

Just a sec.

She's my best friend.

Why didn't you think|of that before?

Come on.|Just this once, please?

Then I'll be grounded forever.

What's her name?

Ivy.

Great.

Good Lord.

Get in.

I get carsick.|Do you mind if I sit in front?

Sure.

Thanks.

Your name is Ivy.

Something wrong with your mouth?

TMJ. It's stress-related.

It gives you terrible headaches,|makes your jaw stiff.

Almost killed Burt Reynolds.

Do you have to buy condoms, too?

No, I've got to get a spermicide|with Nonoxynol-Nine in it.

What?

It's a school project.|This HIV-positive guy...

talked about not shooting up|and using condoms.

It's not like we're supposed|to screw around or anything.

We're supposed to learn|to not be embarrassed.

Don't worry. We turn|everything in at the end.

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