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Pecker 1998

From Amazon: Pecker (so named, at least according to his grandmother, because he always pecks at his food) loves to use the camera to capture his fellow Baltimore residents living their daily lives. Of course, since this is a John Waters movie, those daily lives include visits to strip bars, shoplifting, and various other quirky, and frequently hilarious, human activities. When Pecker's makeshift photo exhibit comes to the attention of a New York art agent (Lili Taylor), Pecker becomes the latest sensation. Unlike the hero in most sudden-fame stories, however, Pecker, as played by Edward Furlong, isn't exactly an innocent; rather, he takes in the world...

Directed By:
John WatersJohn Waters
Written By:
John WatersJohn Waters
John WatersJohn Waters
Edward FurlongEdward Furlong
Christina RicciChristina Ricci
No image existsBess Armstrong
Mary Kay PlaceMary Kay Place
Martha PlimptonMartha Plimpton
Brendan Sexton IIIBrendan Sexton III
No image existsMink Stole
Lili TaylorLili Taylor
No image existsJean Schertler

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Pecker Movie Review by Movie Addict (6/23/2007)

It has only been a week since I saw my first John Waters film (Female Trouble), and I wasn't sure what to expect the second time around.

While the previous film was outrageously over the top, Pecker is actually a funny film that satirizes the art critics in New York to a T. Anyone who cannot imagine what these "Experts"...

(complete Pecker review by Movie Addict)

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