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Motion Pictures The Phantom Of Rebel Road

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Ryan, Jan 2, 2019.

  1. missysdad1
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  2. Yeah, me too. Even with the mistakes and hokey acting it was fun to watch and those flatheads sounded really good! I didn't expect Gone with the Wind quality. Remember those old movies when a v/8 ford sounded like an Austin Healey?
    This one kinda reminded me of American Thrill Ride
     
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  3. HellsHotRods
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    HIGH and TIGHT !!!! You should try it sometime.
     
  4. WillyKJr
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    Gawd that is awful. Somehow charming. The use of the time period is commendable but man that was tough to watch. Gotta start somewhere though. My first hot rod builds prolly weren't very good either.
     
  5. I kinda liked it,,,
     
  6. treb11
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    The kid is a GREAT mini greaser. I loved it, and critics - lighten up Francis. Where's your hot rod movie?
     
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  7. Rolleiflex
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    And every guy wore a black leather jacket, white t-shirt, and black converse low-tops...

    but none the less putting aside my bias, it's a fun little movie.
     
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  8. scott27
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  9. That's the beauty of living in America, we have a inalienable right to like or dislike anything we please, right or wrong depending on what side of the fence you are standing.

    I applaud the guy for making the effort but he missed the mark and I am entitled to my opinion. HRP
     
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  10. Film by Charles Wall. Starring Rylie Wall. HRP its a home movie dude. Spiffed up for fun, but still a home movie. Kid and his dad. "Aren't you being a little hard on the Beaver, Ward?" "Golly gee."

    We get it .... you don't like it Siskel. 2 thumbs down. Moving on .....

    Don't you have another thread to start ? Sheez' golly willakers.
     
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  11. Let me look around and see if I can find my black hat, I am the bad guy today.:rolleyes: HRP
     
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  12. Mr. Mac
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    I thought it was pretty damn good for a HOME MOVIE project. What is odd to me is the timing of this being shown because I too am in the process of making a Spaghetti western(I'm not a film maker)Just for a fun home movie project. I sure Won't be showing it to you guys.;);) No cars
     
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  13. What makes me roll my eyes is if a regular HAMB member posted this and said this is what his son and grand kids did everyone would be doing back flips about how cute and great it is getting the kids involved with old cars.
     
  14. Gr8laker
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    Ryan, you lit ‘em up again!
     
  15. Wheeliedave
    Joined: Jan 6, 2011
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    Come on all you naysayers ! I think Ryan hit a home run ! Watching it was like being a kid again and we don't often get to do that !


    Sent from my iPad using The H.A.M.B. mobile app
     
  16. Baumi
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    Hahahaaaa, that ´s cool. I think they put a lot of love and effort in this "no-budget" -production and I dig it....That´s one hell of a family project and I bet they had a lot of fun filming and acting. And by the way, I watched " Walk the line" a few nights ago , I love that movie but did you ever notice the tinted window 40 Ford sporting radials parked at the back door of Sun Studios or the station wagon with those 17" Tork Trusts across the street from the studio? The detoriating rubber seals on the then brand new 65 Ford F100 ??Or any of the other flaws in this high budget Hollywood production?
     
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  17. I was rooting for the guy with the switchblade to cut himself.
     
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  18. Hemiroid
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    15 minutes I'll never get back...
    It did make this grumpy old guy smile...
     

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