Heart of America Movie Review 2003

Information and Film Reviews for Heart of America the Movie

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You might know Boll from his embarrassingly bad video game movies, but this school-shooting melodrama is easily the director's worst film yet. Your mind will boggle at how shamelessly Boll milks the Columbine tragedy in his desperate attempt to reinvent himself as a serious filmmaker. Set on the last day of high school, the film leaves no Afterschool Special cliche unturned as it follows various students and teachers hours before two brooding loners decide to take out their angst Charlton Heston-style. It's heady material, but Boll is no Michael Moore. Instead, he prefers to shoot inappropriate softcore T&A in a scene where a bully molests a mentally-handicapped girl known as "Slow White." Yeah, classy stuff all around.

Distribution

MTI Home Video, 14216 SW 136th St., Miami, FL 33186, Phone: (305)255-8684, Fax: (305)233-6943, Email: mti@mtivideo.com, URL: http://www.mtivideo.com

Available on DVD
Running time 87 minutes.
Originally from Canadian, German.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Hell High School, Dedicated Teachers, Childhood Visions, Drug Use & Abuse, Teen Drama
Screenplay
Uwe Boll, Robert Dean Klein
Cast
Juergen Prochnow, Michael Pare, Patrick Muldoon, Kent Turton, Liz) Moss Elissabeth (Elisabeth Elizabeth, Maria Conchita Alonso, Clint Howard, Brendan Fletcher, Lochlyn Munro, Maeve Quinlan, Michaela Mann, Will Sanderson
Cinematography
Mathias Neumann
Director
Uwe Boll
Music
Reinhard Besser

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