Actor Val Kilmer narrates this powerful film exploring the methamphetamine epidemic that's ravaged blue-collar America. Putting a human face on the problem, filmmaker Justin Hunt reveals the damage being done by this rural drug of choice, as well as the steps being taken by communities across the nation to wipe out the scourge. From Wyoming to New Mexico, Montana and Oregon, American Meth paints a picture of both devastation and hope.
- Stars:Val Kilmer, Justin Hunt, Jenna, Michael, Frank Garner, Bret King, Rick Schneider, Heather Fitch, Chris Gulley, Jammie Cox, Lewis Anderson, Tom Jones, Chrystal Braden, Steve Halvorson, Peg Shea,
- Director:Justin Hunt,
- Writer:Justin Hunt
American Meth is more than a movie, it's a movement. Narrated by Val Kilmer this documentary explores the devastation this drug is unleashing on America, and it looks at how it dismatles an American family. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
American Meth torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: So terrible. Acting is worse than straight to disc filmsv
(ag) wrote: Saccharin and shallow, particularly with multi-cultural views.
(fr) wrote: strange, not as effective in my mind as Tetsuo or A Snake in June
(kr) wrote: Intriguing premise but ultimately rather disappointing. Performances were relatively solid. The rest, was, well, rather weak. I expected more from Mr. Hartley given his past work.
(au) wrote: The decent story is forgiven by strong acting and gorgeous imagery that I honestly thought looked better than Avatar.
(it) wrote: Despite the twisted humor and 80's slasher cliches, Dr. Giggles serves up enough creepiness due to a solid performance by Larry Drake.
(gb) wrote: Ok movie could have been way better
(de) wrote: Rarely do we see a film these days from Hollywood about middle aged characters actually played by middle aged actors with realistic storylines dealing with problems of this particular group and their disintegrating relationships. A film devoid of any teenage characters whose sole purpose at times is to draw them into a film only to ensure some financial success from the box office receipts of this demographic group. "Dodsworth" from director William Wyler (Jezebel, Wuthering Heights, Ben-Hur) is one of those films about grownups for grownups. It knows what it wants to be and goes for it. It is a film that still resonates with today's mature audiences because, among other things, of its honesty and reality based themes. Based on a Sinclair Lewis novel, which was also adapted into a stage play, the film is about Sam Dodsworth (Walter Huston), a successful businessman who had just sold his automobile company at the urging of his wife Fran (Ruth Chatterton). Both go on an extended holiday in Europe. While Sam finds Europe to be boring, Fran sees it as a land of sophisticates quite different from the American mid-westerners she has been around with most of her life. Being a few years younger than Sam, she aspires to enjoy Europe for a while and be a part of its high society. As she attracts other men during this trip, it puts a strain and a serious challenge to their relationship and marriage as Sam seeks solace with another sympathetic woman (Mary Astor). "Dodsworth" received seven Oscar nominations, including Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actor (Huston), Best Actress in a Supporting Role (Maria Oupenskaya), Best Screenplay (Sidney Howard) and Best Sound. Its sole Oscar win went to Richard Day for Best Interior Decoration. Walter Huston is very impressive as he exudes a commanding presence. He portrays Sam Dodsworth as an unwavering and gentle businessman, husband and family man with a quiet dignity. The New York Film Critics Circle Award named Huston "Best Actor" that year. At the same time, Ruth Chatterton brings depth to her character despite one that is primarily written as a selfish and vain person. Through her portrayal, she conveys her character's frustrations and not just the anger and hatred towards her motivations. "Dodsworth" remains smart, sophisticated and absorbing today as it was 60 years ago. It's stature as one of the greatest films of the 1930's holds up due to its unsentimental approach, impeccable performances and intelligent writing.
(au) wrote: Boy how Peter Lorre creep the shit out of me with his face
(es) wrote: Dirty Harry gets better. A classic Eastwood movie. Always fun to watch. Have to say is quite timeless or maybe I'm biased. But a must watch for fans !
(gb) wrote: While being fresh and original at the start, the plot eventually plays out like 'Independence Day' and many others before it.