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(22356) 6.4 111 min 2018

White Boy Rick is a movie starring Matthew McConaughey, Richie Merritt, and Bel Powley. The story of teenager Richard Wershe Jr., who became an undercover informant for the FBI during the 1980s and was ultimately arrested for...

Matthew McConaughey, Bel Powley, Richie Merritt, Jennifer Jason Leigh
Crime, Drama
Yann Demange

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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Crime, Drama
Director Yann Demange
Writer Andy Weiss, Noah Miller, Logan Miller
Stars Matthew McConaughey, Bel Powley, Richie Merritt, Jennifer Jason Leigh
Country USA
Also Known As Undercover: une histoire vraie, Πόλεμος ναρκωτικών, A kokainkölyök, Mladi gangster, Rick l'informateur, ホワイト・ボーイ・リック, Kokainowy Rick, Cocaine - La vera storia di White Boy Rick, 藥命人生
Runtime 1H 51M
Description The story of teenager Richard Wershe Jr., who became an undercover informant for the FBI during the 1980s and was ultimately arrested for drug-trafficking and sentenced to life in prison.

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Friday, 26 Jun 2020 14:45

I have to admit, I was pleasantly surprised at how much I liked this film. It had a lot of the elements I love about the Coen brothers' films, like an urban setting, a comedic style, a story that keeps you engaged, and a strong sense of identity. I'm a sucker for a good crime film, and I don't think I've ever really seen one that truly works for me. But I don't think this one does. The most important element I take from this film is that it isn't just about a gang of thieves who steal a lot of money. It's about a gang of thieves who steal money because they don't have any other options. And that's not just my opinion. It's what I think is a defining quality of the Coen brothers' films. Even though this is their second film, they have a way of using the themes in their films to create more depth and meaning than their first two films. You can't just get away with that. You have to be able to present them in a way that makes them clear, which this film does in the very first scene. The film is set in the heart of Brooklyn, New York, in a neighborhood where the most notable element is the building of the Brooklyn Bridge. It's a quiet neighborhood that is full of people who don't go to the theater, or the mall, or the park, or the bus. But this is where the Coen brothers take us, where they make us feel like we're in the neighborhood. The neighborhood is full of characters who are hidden from us. The only way to get to know them is through the art they make. The characters are divided into three groups: The ones who run the shops, who make the money, and the ones who are just looking for a job. And while it's not a very original idea, the Coens take it and turn it into something much more meaningful. In the beginning, you're left wondering what all the money is doing in the city, what's going to happen with it, and how it can be used. You know the movie is going to be about the gang who are stealing the money, but you have to have an opinion on why they are doing what they are doing. I'll let you figure that one out. But what I really liked about this movie is that you can't really tell what's going on. You have to have an idea of what the gang is doing, but you can't figure it out until you get to know the characters. That's the real magic of the Coen brothers' films. They don't just throw some characters together and tell them to do something, and then the rest of the film follows their lead. It's not an action film, and it's not a comedy, and it's not a drama. It's all of those things, and that's what makes it work so well. And you have to have a strong sense of identity to understand that. The other thing that I really liked about this film is that it's very realistic. The gang is just an example of what we have in our society today. It's not a stereotype of gang life. They're just like any other people who are going through the same thing. They're doing the same thing they're doing. But they're doing it in a different way. I really liked that. This is
Wednesday, 29 Apr 2020 20:50

I love to watch movies about how the world will change if we can change our lives. Some are so realistic that it can get a bit tiring. Others are so over the top that you just have to laugh. This is the latter. I laughed so hard when I saw this movie that I lost my senses. It's like watching an entirely different movie. The entire movie is a montage of the life of a man who doesn't want to be anything other than a simple, non-violent, and clean-living alcoholic. He's the sort of guy that you wouldn't want to mess with, and would never want to touch or even see again. He's got his body covered in tattoos, and he's got a tattoo on his forehead that reads "The Beast". It's a tattoo that says "Beast" backwards. The Beast, the name of the character, is an acronym for "Big Bad Beast". The movie is told through interviews with Rick's friends, and Rick himself. He is played by Jake Johnson. He is a regular guy, and you wouldn't even want to mess with him. But the thing is, Rick has the good and the bad side to him, and he's a good guy in the same way that a guy like Michael Jackson is a good guy. The good side is that he's not a complete piece of s*t, and he's not going to do anything stupid. The bad side is that he's very interested in beer, and he's very much into it. The movie is narrated by Frank O'Connor, and the movie is directed by Frank Oz. This is a very different kind of movie, and I love that. I love the characters, and I love the way that it's told. It's a very fun movie, and it's very entertaining. I give it a 7 out of 10.
Wednesday, 22 Apr 2020 00:25

After watching this movie, I think I'll have to watch it again to get the whole story. First of all, I really enjoyed the cinematography. The main characters are drawn very well, and I think the cinematography helped bring the characters to life. The film's soundtrack is also great, with some good music to accompany the scenes and help establish the mood of the movie. I also liked the way the characters were drawn. The two main characters were drawn in a very realistic way, as if they were real people. They were very convincing in their roles, and I felt like they really existed in the world. I was really interested in watching the story unfold, and I found that the story line was very moving. I was also interested in how the characters became friends, because I was familiar with the storyline, and it was interesting to see how the characters actually connected. The main character was a big part of the story, and I felt that he was the most interesting part. I also thought that the characters were all drawn very well. I think the actors were very believable in their roles, and I think that they all did a good job. I think the story's strengths lay in the characters. I also think the story's weaknesses lay in the story itself. The story's weaknesses lie in the story's weakness, in the story's inability to stick with the story's theme. The story's theme is important, but the story is unable to hold the theme together, and the story's weakness is that it is not able to capture the theme. In my opinion, this movie was a good movie. I think it's one of those movies that you'll either love or hate, and it's up to you to decide.
Tuesday, 21 Apr 2020 18:37

It's not as if I don't like the idea of a black man in charge, but it's never as though the issue isn't brought up, or there's not a whole lot of nuance to it. As it stands, there is one key problem. In his first appearance, when he's approached by a young black woman who says "I know you, you are a gangster", Rick finds himself, for the first time, in the position of being the target of an assassination attempt. In the same way that he was a target in the opening sequence, he is now the target of the assassination attempt. This could have been an interesting scene, but it is never given the chance to become one. The point is never really made. As a result, this feels like a disjointed scene, and is as if it is missing its best moments. What's more, it never really works. The film, rather than develop, feels like it's going in circles. There are many things that could have made it work, and a few that just don't work. For instance, there is the old cliche that being in charge of the police is like having a gun in your hand, and being the leader of a gang is like being a gangster, but these are not the case here. Rick is not a gangster, he's a local cop, and the main character of the film is in fact the local police chief. This doesn't make sense. In fact, it makes no sense. It doesn't make sense in the way that it's supposed to make sense. But perhaps this is because the point of the film is the lack of direction in Rick's life. The problem with the film is that the real point is never really made, and that's why it doesn't work. For this reason, I would recommend a film that is more focused on the issue at hand, rather than a film that is a bit more about itself. Still, it's a good film, and I do think that it works as a film, and it does try to be something more than a straightforward police drama.

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