Hailing from Boone County, W. Va., mountain dancer Jesco White may be the most famous member of the White clan -- thanks to the 1991 documentary The Dancing Outlaw -- but he's hardly the most colorful. This film focuses on the rest of the brood. Director Julien Nitzberg spent a year with five generations of the West Virginia family -- and spoke to various members of their community (including the sheriff) -- to provide this colorful portrait.
The 73rd Virgin sez...They're here - they're monsters - get used to it. Johnny Knoxville's presence as an executive producer should give you a feel for the nature of this gleeful celebration of the whitest, trashiest, most manipulative, deluded freaks you will ever meet in movies. This is a towering monument to the entitlement culture. "Idiocracy" is made manifest in the kid who rattles the Xanax bottle and yowls "Boone County mating call!" If a landslide takes out the whole family, the world will be a better, but duller place. 4 stars out of 5.