White T

White T

Rapping twins Herbert (Jerod Mixon) and Henry (Jamal Mixon) get a shot at stardom when they purchase a prize-winning T-shirt that lands them a chance to perform alongside a hip-hop legend, but they find their dreams going up in flames when their nemesis Kevin (Robbie Kaller) steals the shirt as well as the spotlight. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

Herbert & Henry (Jerod and Jamal Mixon) are twin brothers with dreams to become the biggest rap stars in the game. Their chance at super-stardom comes after they buy a T-shirt with a ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Thomas W (nl) wrote: I actually know quite little of twice Oscar nominated actor Sal Mineo -- other than his acting -- who starred in such films as Rebel Without a Cause, Exodus, Giant and The Longest Day. I was hoping that a film titled Sal might provide some additional information on the one-time star who arrived on the Hollywood scene with many lauded performances and much fanfare but whose star quickly descended as he became typecast and his open homosexuality prevented him from getting many leading man roles in the mid-to-late 1960s. James Franco directs this small film about the late actor and while it is apparent Franco wanted the film to be a tribute to Mineo there is little here one would be overly pleased with. Franco uses too many close-ups, he is obsessed with the male body -- the film opens with an overly long sequence of Sal (Val Lauren - Interior Leather Bar) working out shirtless and sweaty -- and there is simply no real story here at all. Sal is simply a filmed composite of the actor's final day of life ... he wakes up, works out, meets up with someone for lunch to discuss business, rehearses a new play etc. An audience never gets to discover who Sal is or dive into his personality or being. We see him move around and hear him talk (in close-up). There are a few -- like three too many -- scenes of Sal driving a car listening to the radio ... most likely because Franco and the film's screenwriter had no idea what to make Sal say. The film is most disappointing and after seeing this -- Franco's second directed film -- I hope he gives up his dreams of directing as he is much better (at times) in front of the camera. A film with Mineo's name should show us what made him special but this one doesn't. It is boringly bad ... and Plato deserved much, much, much better.

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Stephanie y (us) wrote: Dark Corners is an American horror film trying its hand in the Asian horror style, minus the iconic blue ghosts. The result is a slow, sometimes boring, and confusing story sprinkled with fleeting humor but some really creepy moments.

Facebook U (de) wrote: Masterpiece. Every second is drenched in meaning and originality. So good. So inspiring. So honest. Fuck it's good to hear a voice that I can relate to.

Jason M (mx) wrote: Absolute stupid trash. The "coolness" of taking drugs by Johnny Depp comes across as very immature and uncool. If this is supposed to be autobiographical of Hunter Thompson, it only indicates how much of a loser he was.

krystal g (ru) wrote: most amazing home alone I have seen funny and all around outstanding story line . the first one was great but this is definitely my favorite one

Brody M (nl) wrote: Something to watch.Kinda boring though

Syn Z (mx) wrote: good in music...the rest is just fine. more like a modern tale.

Adriano B (it) wrote: Even today, Monsieur Verdoux is a striking black comedy. The tragicomic saga of a "normal", likable, serial killer, whose elegant, mild mannered facet of murderous violence is belittled by violence of time and masses. Underrated classic.

Juan A (de) wrote: Great acting, directing and writing.

Ashley H (au) wrote: This mean-spiritied telling of a Christmas classic is just bad movie-making and poor "acting," confused and confusing plot, florid animation art, and a pack of goblin characters that will scare many a small child. Held to the Disney standard, this is a poor stab at making movie magic.