The Wild and Wonderful Whites of West Virginia
A documentary about the White family of Boone County, West Virginia. The 1991 documentary The Dancing Outlaw focused on Jesco White, a famous mountain dancer. This film focuses on the other members of his family.
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Walt F (ru) wrote: A very fun ride. Funny and entertaining. Loved every minute of it.
Dylan R (ag) wrote: Aperture Science testing initiative.
Nagvendra S (ca) wrote: So Anurag Kashyap wanted to make his Oldboy. Result, a confusing, grotesque affair that manages to piss you off and wonder, is he going to be the next Ram Gopal Verma? I mean the Aag wala and not the Rangeela.Mr. Kashyap should stop giving himself these self congratulatory 'handshakes' and get back to his roots. Major fail.
Boga R (ru) wrote: cinematografia, edicion, dialogos recomendable.
Joseph E (au) wrote: Quite original. but very boring(For most adults, and teens, I found it quite good, but I just don't like ones with bad endings) it was pretty good, for the children, but adults will punish there children, by not buying this for them, cause there shelfish selves don't want to have to listen to it, although it is completely suitable...ad actually pretty good for children to see. So, please, don't punish them, cause obviously, you never had a childhood if you would.
Vuk P (au) wrote: lol the fart scene is the best
Cade H (ca) wrote: Every long running horror film always seems to have one sequel where they do something totally different and this was Hellraiser's version of that. Besides 2 very quick scenes, the iconic Pinhead was never seen or mentioned at all. The movie was pretty much a run of the mill cop thriller/mystery where people were being killed and he was trying to solve who did it. There were some dream sequences tossed in and some freaky creatures every now and again but overall it focused on one officer and his rough personal and career life. It was a nice change of pace for the series but it just did not fit in with the Hellraiser series is known for. The ending was cool though and I enjoyed that, but this could of been labeled something completely different and did not need to be in the Hellraiser line of work.
Grant D (ru) wrote: in palo alto, it feels like something is always about to happen, but then nothing does... long stretches of boring interspersed with short bursts of cringing. Often, i love movies like this. The movie is shot slow and bland in a way that can really work for me, but ultimately the plot (or lack-thereof) betrays that technique. there are not one but two bursts of aimless 'i love you"s, several long transitions that are dialogue-free yet not particularly expressive, and way too much smoking.. there's are moments where there seems to be an attempt at exploiting the cigarettes for the purpose of advancing the story, such as during the babysitting scene where april lights up, or when she wishes on her lucky cig. For me, it rang hollow. The cigarettes are used as a prop for using up time to build tension, a cop-out from developing real, raw characterization. Theres true character building in the contrast between emma roberts' complexity and her aloof parents. its there in the first few scenes, where her basic-b*tch friends are revealed, and where teddy soaks up fred's antics. Overall though, these characters stagnate as the film moves forward. At the end of the day, palo alto was neither entertaining nor deep.
LeAnn G (br) wrote: It was very preschool. The things it addressed are things that everyone feels and gets over when they're young. It was pretty dumb. I'm tired of people making movies just to make movies. We need more depth and an interesting story.