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|Poor White Trash |
Dub Chk Sen
Actors: Sean Young, William Devane, Tony Denman, Jacob Tierney, Craig Patton
Director: Michael Addis
Genres: Comedy, Drama, Mystery & Suspense
Linda Bronco(Sean Young) is determined that her sensitive son will break free of trailer park life and become a family therapist. But it won't be easy. Linda has to rescue her son Mike and his slow-witted pal Lennie, who g... more »
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Phil Shuster | Chicago, IL | 05/28/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This film was hilarious! For a low budget movie, I was surprised how well paces, and fun it was to watch. The acting was particularly good. Sean Young was a trailer park mom. That's something I haven't seen before. William Devane and Jason London almost stole the movie. A lot of quotable dialogue. Well written! And very well directed!!"
Don't Kick This 'Trash' to the Curb...
rhmoviemogal | Florida | 11/21/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Once upon a time in a trailer park to close to say lived two boys who are bored and decide to score some 'Near Beer" from the local quickie mart. This turns bad and the two are arrested. They meet the grandfather attorney who gets them off.. for a price. A chain reaction of hillarity insues. Sean Young is effective as the white trash mother who will do anything to make sure her son gets into college, and doesn't have to live in a trailer the rest of his life. Not as stupid as it appears to be. The screenplay is smart, even with such lines as "You're hot as doughnut grease, babe." That line is a gem. Bound to be a redneck classic, Jeff Foxworthy would be proud. The only thing missing was Jerry Springer."
Wicked funny and black humor
rhmoviemogal | 12/01/2001
(4 out of 5 stars)
"high camp and outrageous humour
smart throwaway lines and some cranking tunesno one can expect too much here, but i laughed alot
sure, its stupid - but unlike most movies, it didn't try to be other than thatenjoy it with other folks who have a lghter sense of humor..."
Rowan Mullen | Seattle, WA | 04/10/2001
(2 out of 5 stars)
"The lithany of bad jokes, fowl and obscene humor from "Grandpa", and constant bizarre but stupid twists make this a hard pill to swallow. Towards the end of the movie, there's even a poorly-edited giant shoot-out involving seemingly every member of the cast, which really has no place in the film at all. And really, the end was the worst part of the film. Really painful.I kept on waiting for something to happen, but I should have trusted my instincts and turned the thing off. The humor was really more appropriate for the teens crowd (watch out for a painfully long and drawn-out scene in which one of the boys makes out with his favorite blow-up doll), but the amount of language (i.e., constant references to being molested in prison) and graphic violence make it inappropriate for young people. I think this movie probably looked a lot better on paper. The script was clever in parts. Perhaps with a better cast, a better director, and a stern copy-editor, Poor White Trash could have been something. However, I can't even think up a decent drinking game to accompany this terrible movie. I gave it two stars for the two times I laughed during the film."