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Bones (2010)

Not Rated | | Drama | 21 August 2012 (USA)
The heart-breaking coming-of-age story of four teens growing up in 1989 blue collar New York, and the bond that would tie them together for life.

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Bones White
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Uncle Jed
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Samantha
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Kelly
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Derek
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Detective
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Anthony
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Ronnie
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Sal
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Mr. Reeves
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Bones' Mom
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Girl in Park
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Storyline

A short series of escalating retaliations between young people leads to death and a cover-up. Evidence does not support the story told to police by the kids, but to their story they stick while violence, death and living with the lie continue. Written by statmanjeff

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Not Rated

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Jimmy Bennett and Jesse James played brothers in the 2005 remake of "The Amityville Horror" See more »

Quotes

Bones White: It's not over. They have no passion. A car doesn't mean anything to them, 'cause they'll just get a newer one tomorrow, and that won't mean shit to them either, because the next best thing is always just another minute away. It's not over.
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Connections

References Headbangers Ball (1987) See more »

Soundtracks

In This River
Performed by Black Label Society
Written by Zakk Wylde (as Zachary Phillip Wylde)
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Wanted to like this
11 August 2015 | by (Chicago) – See all my reviews

I wanted to like this because it takes me back to a time when life was easy. Love period piece movies. So when I saw Zakk Wylde was in it I knew I had to check it out. While Zakk is the man, a funny guy and incredible guitarist the fact comes down to he can't act. Sometimes the movie rambled along with dialogue that was improvised as they went along. Retakes maybe could have happened a little more. Without giving anything away Zakk plays the uncle of a guitar prodigy, who he feels is wasting his talent when he should be out west starting a band, I know, silly. Zakk's character felt he missed out on his chance to be Ozzy's guitarist, see what it did there? So he tells this kid to chase his dreams as the next guitar god. The kid has some things happen along the way and at the end Zakk and a young girl appear to do what would only be considered...weird.

To put it simply it really is a bad movie which is a shame as I wanted to like it. Nothing more I can say except thankfully Zakk still plays music and he is much better on soundtracks.


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