Black Snake Moan

Black Snake Moan

Black Snake Moan

Everything is hotter down south. God-fearing bluesman Lazarus (Jackson) finds himself a sex-crazed woman (Ricci) who, as a victim of childhood abuse, has becoming a raving nymphomaniac. Lazarus chains her to the radiator and teaches her the unholy error of her ways. Featuring a great southern-fried blues soundtrack, and an appearance from J-Dog Timberlake.

2007115 minsUSA
Drama

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Black Snake Moan / Reviews

Variety

Variety

Mix Brigitte Bardot in "And God Created Woman" with Carroll Baker in "Baby Doll," sex it up times 10 and you have a notion of the effect of Christina Ricci in Black Snake Moan...

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

The blues music in "Moan" is superfine, but my oh my, what to make of the ripe Southern cliches and this absurd story. The film is so jaw-dropping awful that it just might become a boxoffice hit...

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Rolling Stone

Rolling Stone

Offensive on multiple levels -- if only the plot had any levels at all -- Black Snake Moan leaves no "Tobacco Road" cliche unsmoked. Ricci gives it her all, and then some, but even her body and Jackson's blues can't heal a movie that rockets plum off its nut...

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Premiere Magazine

Premiere Magazine

Perpetually wide-eyed and mega-snarly bedraggled, Christina Ricci prowls through Black Snake Moan looking like something the cat dragged in. If you're anything like me, you'll be very grateful to the cat...

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New Zealand Herald

New Zealand Herald

Black Snake Moan is a sexy, sultry and sordid drama from the director of 2006's pimp flick Hustle and Flow. Once again writer-director Craig Brewer has created a challenging, colourful film where music, this time the blues, speaks volumes about the lives of his down-and-out characters...

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Dominion Post

Dominion Post

This is a terrific little film; witty, provocative, and way too intelligently put together to be dismissed as prurient or misogynist. If you're pining for the film festival, try this...

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Christchurch Press

Christchurch Press

An electric, sexually charged slice of Southern Gothic that breaks the shackles of Hollywood conformity. You won't see anything else like it this year...

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