American Milkshake

American Milkshake

In mid-1990s America, we follow the tragic sex life of Jolie Jolson, a wannabe thug (and great-great-grandson of legendary vaudevillian Al Jolson) in suburban Washington as he strives to become something he can never be – black.

White teenager Jolie Jolson is trying to get on the high school basketball team, because Jolie thinks it will bring him one step closer to becoming the one thing that he is not: African-American. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Julia R (mx) wrote: this movie is beyond amazing! i am an artist and artistically speaking one of the most beautifully animated movies i have ever seen! every time i watch it i am inspired. however i will say it has some dark themes and is the kind of movie you either love or hate, i for one love it.

Scott H (br) wrote: Steve Martin and Goldie Hawn again. Better than "Housesitter"!

Kyle A (ag) wrote: Better than Sam Jackson.

Bill J (kr) wrote: Absolutely the BEST Laurel and Hardy feature movie they ever made! They sing, they dance... they have great dialogue... the slapstick is wonderful and their timing couldn't have been better. Stan Laurel produced this picture and paid attention to every detail. It's a gem. Free wheeling fun!

Scott M (gb) wrote: A story about a free black man who is kidnapped and re-sold into slavery during the mid 1800's. Really well acted. But I thought the story was a bit dull. I've seen this before in better movies. It needed a lot more for me to care about.

David S (it) wrote: An advocacy documentary of the highest order, and hugely influential on the muckraking documentaries of the present day. What's different here though is that, while the filmmakers juxtapose the words of someone with contradictory actions, they don't do it with solely a mean-spirited gotcha. Rather, the filmmakers are so invested in the humanity and morality of the topics they explore that they present the contradictions to underline the hypocrisy of the intentions given and to make us feel and think about those intentions.

Darrin C (de) wrote: Not all that it was hyped up to be. The plot was kinda on a whim and had what seemed to be a few random characters until the end. In this film's defense, it did get better towards the end as focus seemed to be getting better. Then the ending was rushed and senseless.