Great Reviews for Outrage

What people have to say about Outrage?

It’s definitely worth a watch. Message of the movie “What you are inside is what you attract in your life”. I went to watch Outrage with this message in mind. Its a great message and the movie conveys it well. Michael Berryman has done a fantastic job as usual.

– imdb

Great performances by Natasha Lyonne, Michael Madsen, Michael Berryman. The director Ace Cruz has done a brilliant job considering this film was made on a budget as low as 400,000.00 USD.

– yahoo movies

I attended the AOF film festival in Pasadena. The suspense kept me glued and I must say Ace Cruz did a great job. Overall the performances were good-  Michael Berryman, Michael Madsen , Pauly D’s , Natasha Lyonne was the best  and ofcourse Ace Cruz.  The John Dillon’s waterfall stunt was spectacular and the direction was superb.


Its a great message and the movie conveys it well. I liked Natasha Lyonne character Christine which I think is honest & seemed real.

-Outrage Blog

Outrage 2009 Hollywood Movie Pics

Derek Lee Nixon, Natasha Lyonne,Pauly D, Katie Fountain, Ace Cruz, Michael Berryman, Billy Redden, Jordan Brower, Christopher Britton and Kerry Wallum OUTRAGE(2009) Movie is Produced By:Ace Cruz and Derek Lee Nixon

Natasha Lyonne

Natasha Lyonne plays an important role in Outrage movie.

The critically acclaimed Lyonne says she was delighted to work with Madsen on such a thought-provoking project. With its unique content and approach, Outrage stands out among the slew of films on her resume.

Lyonne began acting at an early age with her first role as “Opal” on Pee-wee’s Playhouse. She appeared in the 1990 film A Man Called Sargeduring the time her family lived in Israel.

Lyonne is perhaps best known for her roles in the first two American Pie films as the wise-cracking Jessica. She has also appeared in more than 30 other movies, including starring roles in the independent films Slums of Beverly Hills and But I’m a Cheerleader. Lyonne also appeared in Party Monster in 2003, a dramatization of the Michael Alig story. As the character Brooke, Lyonne donned a fat suit and dreadlocks.

After an extended hiatus, Lyonne filmed Goyband in New York City with Adam PascalAmy DavidsonCris JuddDean EdwardsTibor Feldman, and Tovah Feldshuh.