In this parody of documentaries, host Martin Mull discusses the contributions that white people have made to the USA, visits the Institute of White Studies, and follows a typical white family as they go about their everyday lives.
Hey! Whatta ---- !! Why doesn't this band appear anymore? This "rockumentary" actually gives a real touch, and not only is it tunes in the name of DreamEvil and Manowar ... this band was actually BEFORE these kind of bands. I really dig "Tonight I'm gonna rock you tonight" and "Rainy day sun", because this band gives a touch of different kind of music genres. The old 60s weed-smokers-and-get-stoned-and-say-hail-to-the-rainbow-music stuff as well as heavy metal.
It's also fun to watch their self ironic stuff, like in the intro when they can't get down on the scene. Or when they get out of the eggs and one dude dressed up as chicken actually appears in one of them. Hilarious! I strongly recommend this film for all beginners of heavy metal. 10 out of 10.
PS! If you're expecting a sequel to the original "This is spinal tap" you'll however get disappointed. This should be watched more like a "serious" concert recorded live.
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