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The WoodThis film follows the memories of a writer. In his wedding day, he accidentally deals with a friend's cold feet which reminds him of his youth with his best friends. Let's follow him and his wonderful memories in this interesting movieKeywords:
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Directors of "The Wood"Rick FamuyiwaBirthdate: 18 June 1973, USA
Creators of "The Wood"Rick FamuyiwaBirthdate: 18 June 1973, USATodd Boyd
Critic Reviews of "The Wood"Globe and MailApril 25, 2003
Choppy coming-of-age story.Los Angeles TimesFebruary 14, 2001
An across-the-board delight featuring a spot-on ensemble cast that treats the most awkward and embarrassing moments in the rites of passage with affectionate hilarity.New York Magazine/VultureJanuary 01, 2000
Inane coming-of-age comedy.New York PostJanuary 01, 2000
Artificial, tension-free.Miami HeraldJanuary 01, 2000
Even the charismatic Epps can't bail out a script that lacks tension, too often substitutes high-fives for dialogue or action and calls for farce scenes that used to get 'em rolling in the stone aisles of ancient Greece.VarietyJanuary 01, 2000
This rambling and episodic autobiographical saga of three friends coming of age in Inglewood, Calif. in the '80s is so determined to be likable that it forgets to be interesting.Film ThreatDecember 08, 2002
It wants to be Boyz in the Hood (Boyz in the Wood) but the obscenity laced dialogue and raw objectification of woman renders it a contrite pretender more along the lines of Booty Call and Trippin.Sight and SoundDecember 02, 2002
Never delves much deeper into the three friends' psychology than a sitcom pilot would, though the cast try their best.Cincinnati EnquirerOctober 15, 2002
A charmer, a heartfelt memoir full of the buoyant good spirits and free-wheeling fun that, say, American Pie never had.Entertainment TodayAugust 26, 2002
A well-intentioned exercise in humanism... but as art or a successful narrative, the movie is ultimately empty.Boxoffice MagazineJune 05, 2002
Heartfelt honesty and a determined refusal to resort to exploitative stereotypes help make The Wood an uncommonly uplifting experience for audiences of all races and backgrounds.Spirituality and PracticeMarch 03, 2002
Three middle-class African-American men yearn to stay forever young as they struggle with their relationships with women.
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