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The movie is about Lewellen, Lewellen lives with her grandmother - Grannie. Not only her parents but also her grandmother can’t give her a stable home. She finds peaceful in music and Elvis Presley’s movements. Her father tries his best to give her a stable life. He even tries to date with a mysterious girlfriend named Ellen who promissed one night to rescue Lewellen from life. However, Ellen in fact is Lewellen’s aunt.
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Frank Swietek
It's hard to take this wild mixture of sledgehammer symbolism, period Southern Gothic, race-conscious uplift and cautionary coming-of-age parable seriously, despite Fanning's remarkable poise.
September 24, 2008
Michael Phillips
Only Fanning's emotional honesty makes Hounddog watchable.
October 18, 2008
Stephen Whitty
The latest wallow in regional cliche and stereotype.
September 19, 2008
Fred Topel
We're seeing Fanning in soaking wet white underwear playing in the river, gyrating like Elvis. That's worse that an exploitative rape scene. This is just the filmmakers deciding to depict salacious behavior.
September 26, 2008
Brian Orndorf
Fanning resembles an acting robot: stick a quarter in her head and she'll dial up any reaction in the book, absent the needed gravitas.
October 02, 2008
Ken Fox
A handsomely produced but unintentionally risible film that mistakes high grotesquerie for high gothic.
September 19, 2008
Amy Nicholson
The only lesson is that if you're a child of the south, you better get yourself adopted by Yankees.
September 19, 2008
Steven Winn
The whole distasteful mess is sunk up to its neck in a brew of Southern Gothic atmosphere and hocus-pocus sentimentality.
October 31, 2008
Peter Travers
If there's a Southern-gothic cliché (oh, those snakes!) that writer-director Deborah Kampmeier misses, I don't know it.
September 26, 2008
David Hiltbrand
A slow procession of degradation and suffering, Hounddog is like a tall glass of bitter iced tea.
September 25, 2008