Bud's a good ole' boy brought up on Bluegrass and Moonshine. While supplying the surrounding counties with its Marijuana supply, Bud has a hefty growing operation. However, this is not Bud's only secret. He has a much darker one. One that lies trapped under his cabin in the rural hills of Eastern Kentucky. What will happen when two people stand in the way of everything Bud has worked for? How much blood will have to spill?
- Stars:Karen Boles, Nathan Day, Stacey T. Gillespie, Kevin Taylor, Billy W. Blackwell, Chris Begley, Deborah Tucker, Belinda Cooke, David Workman, Tom M. Niehaus, Debbie Rochon, Leslie Rogers, Matthew Perry, Elysee, Tiffany Taylor,
- Director:Jacob Ennis,
- Writer:Jacob Ennis
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(it) wrote: This is not just a movie, it's life.
(mx) wrote: The action is good and the plot receptive enough for the audience.
(es) wrote: Adorable film suitable fior the whole family, loved a very moment of it!
(jp) wrote: It's good. Watch it. dune...
(fr) wrote: A very good movie about a very ugly slice of human history.
(es) wrote: It's a bit loose, but it's pretty creative and hilarious.
(ru) wrote: Stopped watching halfway through...
(ru) wrote: Harrison Ford made a cameo as a police officer and he actually some lines even though he was uncredited. The main problem with the film was how it took serious issues and did not take them as serious as they should have been. Also the split screen sometimes got hard to follow. I did however like the aspect ratio differences and the character development was good.
(jp) wrote: A solid and big-scale Hong Kong action from Ringo Lam. The title totally does not fit to the content, though. Among the three top Hong Kong action directors of that time, Hark Tsui, John Woo, and Lam, Lam probably has the least originality in style, but I like the theme that Lam always deals with - the chain of vengeance. This film is the best of his in terms of clarity of that theme. Casts are all good, but especially the two actresses, Rosamund Kwan, who probably plays the first and only bitch-role, and Chien-lien Wu, who perfectly sustains the difficult role, are great. These big films which the "big-three" made (they tend to set in Sounth-east Asia, interestingly) in 90s are as big in scale and entertaining as contemporary Hollywood films.
(mx) wrote: Do not see this movie it is awful. The ending sucks
(br) wrote: It has consistent intrigue and Colin Farrell's performance remains engaging throughout, but Phone Booth falters from a subpar script and interesting (if not always successful) editing choices.
(mx) wrote: this movie was amazing!!!