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John Coria almost 6 years ago
Easily one of my favs of all time. The whole cast provides great tribute to a pensive stor
ashley lee 6 years ago
Excellent film!
Anthony Kozlowski over 6 years ago
Ponderous and downright strange in sections, but Billy Bob carries the film admirably.
Kirk Bailey over 6 years ago
This was a really good film. I'd definitely watch it again
Griffin Maurer 7 years ago
With one of the most lovable characters in movie history, Sling Blade touches the heart.
Mike Faulkner over 7 years ago
another one full of great quotes!!
Don Lathrop over 1 year ago
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Katie O'Dell 6 years ago
Sling Blade is a 1996 American drama film set in rural Arkansas, written and directed by Billy Bob Thornton, who also stars in the lead role. It tells the story of a mentally impaired man named Karl Childers who is released from a psychiatric hospital, where he has lived since killing his mother and her lover when he was 12 years old, and the friendship he develops with a young boy. In addition to Thornton, it stars Dwight Yoakam, J. T. Walsh, John Ritter, Lucas Black, Natalie Canerday, James Hampton, and Robert Duvall. The movie was adapted by Thornton from his short film and previous screenplay, Some Folks Call it a Sling Blade. Sling Blade proved to be a sleeper hit, launching Thornton into stardom. It won the Academy Award for Best Writing, Adapted Screenplay, and Thornton was nominated for Best Actor in a Leading Role. The music for the soundtrack was provided by French Canadian artist/producer Daniel Lanois. Karl Childers (Billy Bob Thornton) is a mentally disabled Arkansas man...
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