Boogie Nights might be considered a classic now, but when the script first hit Hollywood, no one knew what to make of it. So how did Boogie Nights go from a risky script to one of the great films of its time? Here are ten facts that might help explain how it all went down. Can you dig it? Now I love that movie. Rodriguez, played by Luis Guzman, gets a happy ending of sorts in the movie, opening up a nightclub with his brothers. The director found the mess up funny, and decided to just roll with it.
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It made her a movie star. Paul Thomas Anderson taught her directing strategies, by example, that would come in handy two decades later. And she learned to roller skate — boy, did she ever get good at roller skating.
The year was The Zimas were flowing, there were frosted tips as far as the eye could see, and Night Ranger's power ballad "Sister Christian" was suddenly cool again. Why, you ask? Mark Wahlberg played a down-and-out nobody reborn as adult industry legend named Dirk Diggler, his nom de porn a reference to his freakishly large dong.