Fear of a Black Hat

Fear of a Black Hat

A mockumentary chronicling the rise and fall of NWH, a not particularly talented--or particularly bright but always controversial--hip-hop group.

A mockumentary chronicling the rise and fall of a not particularly talented--or particularly bright but always controversial--1990s hip-hop group, NWH (Niggaz with Hats). . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Fear of a Black Hat torrent reviews

Vlad C (ca) wrote: Very little character development. Lots of gunfire but surprisingly very little gore. Storyline and plot were fairly weak. It felt more like an action movie with zombies rather than a horror movie with zombies. Considering the budget was only $1.8 million, they did okay but if you were expecting a combination of Saving Private Ryan and Dead Snow, this is not it.

Bao W (br) wrote: This is just a relaxing comedy. As a Chinese, tihs movie reflects a lot of myself. This movie makes me positive. =]

Rhonda R (fr) wrote: Quite possibly the worst movie ever made!

Adrian B (es) wrote: A studio that struggles to maintain a successful variety show wants to recruit an actor, Alan Swann (Peter O'Toole). This actor is irresponsible, heavily attracted to alcohol and loves hanging with the ladies. He also takes after the late Errol Flynn. One of the crew members (Mark-Linn Baker) attempts at all costs to lure him into the show. With another astonishingly high rating on RT attached to a Peter O'Toole film, I have to disagree with other critics AGAIN because I thought this film sucks! I found the comedy fairly non-existent and the movie to be quite boring. O'Toole seems to have established a generally empty, over dramatic performance during the 1980's which has worn out thin with me. Not a very good film what-so-ever. Incidentally, 1954 is the year the title is referring to and in terms of movies, this is a great year ("Rear Window," "The Seven Samurai," "Sansho the Bailiff," etc.).

Adrian B (fr) wrote: 'Paris Loves Lovers' still has me humming

Pete S (mx) wrote: Sally Field, "You like me, you really like me" when she won the oscar for it

Christel K (es) wrote: Couldn't understand what they were saying! Had to turn on subtitles to get through it.