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"Malcolm in the Middle"

Black Snake Moan (2006)
Drama,Music
English
"Everything is hotter down south."
A God-fearing bluesman (Jackson) takes to a wild young woman (Ricci) who, as a victim of childhood sexual abuse, looks everywhere for love, never quite finding it.
Samuel L. Jackson Lazarus
Christina Ricci Rae
Justin Timberlake Ronnie
S. Epatha Merkerson Angela
John Cothran Jr. Reverend R. L.
David Banner Tehronne
Michael Raymond-James Gill
Adriane Lenox Rose Woods
Kim Richards Sandy
Neimus K. Williams Lincoln
Leonard L. Thomas Deke Woods
Ruby Wilson Mayella
Claude Phillips Bojo
Amy Lavere Jesse
Clare Grant Kell
Jeff Pope Batson
Charles 'Skip' Pitts Charlie
Willie Hall Pinetop
John Malloy Gene
T.C. Sharpe Archie
John Still Herman
Jared Hopkins Auto Worker
Tosh Newman Conner
Cody Block Bryan
Benjamin Rednour Guardsman
Carnell Pepper Melvin
David Chapman Red
Jo Lynne Palmer Ella Mae (as Jolynne Palmer)
Raymond Neal Hershel
John Pickle Arty
Kim Justis Waitress
Cedric Burnside Himself
Kenny Brown Himself
Son House Himself (archive footage)
Producer: Stephanie Allain,John Singleton
Writer: Craig Brewer
Craig Brewer convinces us that he is for real and Samuel L. makes sweet music
Just saw this fantastic film at the Sundance premier and cannot sing its praises enough. Last time I saw Craig Brewer he was singing Ike and Tina to the audience and turning Sundance upside down with his breakout film Hustle and Flow. This time around he fulfills on his big Sundance payday with another unique vision thats going to get everyone talking about Samuel L Jackson, and if you thought Christina Ricci was just that girl in the Addams Family movies then think again. Ricci plays Rae a complete mess of a women who without her beloved Ronnie, played by the getting better all the time Justin Timberlake, has an uncontrollable need for all things sexual. When Ronnie leaves for the a tour with the Army, Rae's demons send her tumbling down a bumpy road that leaves her used and abused left for dead on the side of the road. Along comes old blues-man Lazarus played by the great Samuel L Jackon, Lazarus himself has a few demons lurking around in his head as well, notably his ex-wife who done wrong by him. Lazarus gets to think about this young women and after some soul searching he takes it upon himself to cure her evil ways with some love, some lessons and a 40 lb. chain. I don't want to reveal too much so I'll just say there's some dark moments, some very funny moments and whole lot of great acting. This movie isn't by any means Hustle & Flow 2, however Craig Brewer does tie the two films together with his hope for redemption and change for the better for even the most unlikely of people. Audiences will find a movie worth watching here and worth thinking about well after it ends.

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Storage device:Divx 5
Loan
Movie
Imdb rating: 7.3
Musician: Scott Bomar
Running time: 116 min
Technical
Subtitles: Svenska
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Last modified: 2008-01-02 22:38:05