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American Honey 2016 123movies

American Honey 2016 123movies

Nothing to lose.Sep. 30, 2016163 Min.
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Watch: American Honey 2016 123movies, Full Movie Online – Star, a teenage girl with nothing to lose, joins a traveling magazine sales crew, and gets caught up in a whirlwind of hard partying, law bending and young love as she criss-crosses the Midwest with a band of misfits..
Plot: A teenage girl with nothing to lose joins a traveling magazine sales crew, and gets caught up in a whirlwind of hard partying, law bending and young love as she criss-crosses the Midwest with a band of misfits.
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Ratings:

7.0/10 Votes: 43,358
79% | RottenTomatoes
79/100 | MetaCritic
N/A Votes: 717 Popularity: 11.257 | TMDB

Reviews:


Pointless and terrible film that leads to nowhere.

The Director of Fish Tank, was not able to capture lighting in a bottle twice.

Most of the movie is spent in a van listening to rap music, the other large part is the boring romance story with a protagonist who seemed better to be a prostitute, then a door to door salesperson.

Other characters are introduced but no depth is added to these characters, even though we spend a lot of time in a van with them.

The movie doesnt even pay off with the Conclusion it seemingly leads too, it just ends.

Review By: DEzzNutz1001

**To redefine the life and to discover the love.**

From the British director of ‘Fish Tank’ fame, this is another a young struggling girl’s story. Being brought up in a low income and abusive family, and because of that trying to redefine the life. Not about heading the wrong way like drugs and other related stuffs. So this is the story of an older teen girl named Star who flees the home to find her new life and love. It all begins when she meets a youngster in a supermarket and since then she followed him everywhere. Actually the film focused to tell a gang of youth who are door to door magazine subscription dealers. They travel all over the country and have all kinds of enjoyment.

In order to stay in the group, Star has to prove her worth. She reserves her spot, but working on her own way. I always feared the narration might go to take a nasty twist. There came a couple scenes near to that, but compromised not to change the mood of the storytelling. Because it seems the writer was interested to reveal a girl try to achieve two goals. After coming to know one of it was staged, how she contemplates the other one crafted carefully. Not to forget, her fate, the future depends on it, since she’s not well qualified to go out in the world to do whatever she wants.

So I think it was a decent film with a decent message. If you know the director, you would know what her films talk about. Unlike ‘Fish Tank’, this is about an American girl. The influence of lifestyle, culture, almost everything related to youngsters covered. The lead actress was good. It was not Shia Labeouf’s film, but in a supporting role, he did his best. There are a few others I knew, but they did not get big part. The only issue with it was the length. If you are okay with it, especially for a slow drama, then the film is enjoyable. ‘American Honey’ is like ‘American Money’, one of the ways people try to make their ‘American Dream’ come to true. This film is exclusively for drama genre fans.

_7/10_

Review By: Reno
Startling
Much of Andrea Arnold’s American HONEY reminds me of Larry Clark’s 1995 film, “Kids,” struggling adolescent years, but American HONEY is much more nuanced in that on one hand you have this somewhat social commentary about how we are the richest nation in the world and yet so many of our teens live in poverty and they have to hustle and do certain demeaning things just to get by, just to survive, just to feed themselves. On the other hand, you could see American HONEY from the perspective of the characters and the impressive way in which they organize, you can see their selling and marketing skills, despite it being a scam and rough around the edges. They’re doing what wall street does basically but on a smaller, smaller, way smaller scale.

Sasha Lane plays free spirited teenage named star who leaves her troubled trashy home to go on a road trip with traveling laborers her age, they go from town to town, door to door, to sell magazines. Riley Keough plays Krystal, the leader of the crew, and Shia LaBeouf plays Jake, who recruits new members. There’s freedom and hard partying that come with this life, Star doesn’t essentially agree with some of the group’s methods, although young love and jealousy ultimately motivate Star to bend her own morality rule just to prove herself.

Firstly, just a heads up, this movie is 163 minutes long, probably not quite as long as those “Hobbit” movies but definitely one that you’d have to be willing to set aside a big chunk of your evening for, should you want to check out this film. I have to give credit to writer/director Andrea Arnold, not only for this raw depiction of American youth living on the margins, but also the casting decisions, the actors in this film are so convincing, in terms of their looks, their attitude and the way they carry themselves, you start to wonder if they really do live on the margins. Many of the moments in the film are spent on the characters bonding, so it seems that, and I’m assuming, cinematographer Robbie Ryan had to sit inside that van and operate the camera around as one character has their dialogue with another, and it’s already crowded as it is, it’d be interesting to see behind-the-scenes video on how they pulled that off.

Arnold is not focusing on income disparity in the inner cities, nope, American HONEY showcases income disparity out in the plain fields of the American midwest. But this isn’t some kind of poverty extravaganza either like “Winter’s Bone,” or “Slumdog Millionaire,” the characters in American HONEY get by, they do OK one day at a time, but they undergo unforgiving journeys through suburban sprawl through small towns clearly affected by economic downturn, and you see the resilience in their hearts. You may disagree with their methods, some might even see it as dangerous but what can a fractured, abandoned life can do but to fill the cracks however way they can. They’re still teenagers going through crushes and heartbreaks, your usual teenage ordeals, but they’re also in a situation where they’re forced to be independent adults faster, and Andrea Arnold beautifully captures all of that in American HONEY.

— Rama’s Screen —

Review By: Ramascreen
Startling
Much of Andrea Arnold’s American HONEY reminds me of Larry Clark’s 1995 film, “Kids,” struggling adolescent years, but American HONEY is much more nuanced in that on one hand you have this somewhat social commentary about how we are the richest nation in the world and yet so many of our teens live in poverty and they have to hustle and do certain demeaning things just to get by, just to survive, just to feed themselves. On the other hand, you could see American HONEY from the perspective of the characters and the impressive way in which they organize, you can see their selling and marketing skills, despite it being a scam and rough around the edges. They’re doing what wall street does basically but on a smaller, smaller, way smaller scale.

Sasha Lane plays free spirited teenage named star who leaves her troubled trashy home to go on a road trip with traveling laborers her age, they go from town to town, door to door, to sell magazines. Riley Keough plays Krystal, the leader of the crew, and Shia LaBeouf plays Jake, who recruits new members. There’s freedom and hard partying that come with this life, Star doesn’t essentially agree with some of the group’s methods, although young love and jealousy ultimately motivate Star to bend her own morality rule just to prove herself.

Firstly, just a heads up, this movie is 163 minutes long, probably not quite as long as those “Hobbit” movies but definitely one that you’d have to be willing to set aside a big chunk of your evening for, should you want to check out this film. I have to give credit to writer/director Andrea Arnold, not only for this raw depiction of American youth living on the margins, but also the casting decisions, the actors in this film are so convincing, in terms of their looks, their attitude and the way they carry themselves, you start to wonder if they really do live on the margins. Many of the moments in the film are spent on the characters bonding, so it seems that, and I’m assuming, cinematographer Robbie Ryan had to sit inside that van and operate the camera around as one character has their dialogue with another, and it’s already crowded as it is, it’d be interesting to see behind-the-scenes video on how they pulled that off.

Arnold is not focusing on income disparity in the inner cities, nope, American HONEY showcases income disparity out in the plain fields of the American midwest. But this isn’t some kind of poverty extravaganza either like “Winter’s Bone,” or “Slumdog Millionaire,” the characters in American HONEY get by, they do OK one day at a time, but they undergo unforgiving journeys through suburban sprawl through small towns clearly affected by economic downturn, and you see the resilience in their hearts. You may disagree with their methods, some might even see it as dangerous but what can a fractured, abandoned life can do but to fill the cracks however way they can. They’re still teenagers going through crushes and heartbreaks, your usual teenage ordeals, but they’re also in a situation where they’re forced to be independent adults faster, and Andrea Arnold beautifully captures all of that in American HONEY.

— Rama’s Screen —

Review By: Ramascreen

Other Information:

Original Title American Honey
Release Date 2016-09-30
Release Year 2016

Original Language en
Runtime 2 hr 43 min (163 min)
Budget 0
Revenue 1818075
Status Released
Rated R
Genre Adventure, Drama, Romance
Director Andrea Arnold
Writer Andrea Arnold, Ian Urbina
Actors Sasha Lane, Shia LaBeouf, Riley Keough
Country United Kingdom, United States
Awards Nominated for 1 BAFTA Award13 wins & 44 nominations total
Production Company N/A
Website N/A


Technical Information:

Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 1.37 : 1
Camera Apple iPhone 6S (some shots), Arri Alexa XT, Panavision Primo, Super Speed and Ultra Speed Z-Series Lenses, Arricam LT, Panavision Primo, Super Speed and Ultra Speed Z-Series Lenses (some scenes)
Laboratory Goldcrest Post, London, UK (digital intermediate)
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm (Kodak Vision3 200T 5213), Codex, H.264
Cinematographic Process ARRIRAW (2.8K) (source format), Digital Intermediate (2K) (master format), H.264 (2K) (source format) (some shots)
Printed Film Format D-Cinema

American Honey 2016 123movies
American Honey 2016 123movies
American Honey 2016 123movies
American Honey 2016 123movies
American Honey 2016 123movies
American Honey 2016 123movies
American Honey 2016 123movies
American Honey 2016 123movies
American Honey 2016 123movies
American Honey 2016 123movies
Original title American Honey
TMDb Rating 6.803 717 votes

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