Oh how this kind of movie makes you appreciate Taiwanese director Ang Lee, a real director. Don't waste your money or time on this junk. It's so typical for the CCP/cult of Mao/Xi terrorist regime to approve the portrayal of Americans as crooks, while they don't approve any movies for release in Maoland if they don't meet their criteria. No movie can portray China, of course, or a Chinese as a villian. Remember Dr. Strange? They had Tilda Swinton play the villian that was originally a Chinese. And the sad thing is that studios are so greedy for Maobucks if they can access that large audience, they'll change storylines, scripts and actors in order to kowtow to the murderous regime.This is why no big Hollywood studio will ever make a movie about the worst slaughter in history, which continues to this day, the regime's slaughter of mainland Christians and Falun Gong practitioners, along with Tibetans and Muslim Uyghurs for organs and corneas to supply their multi-billion dollar organs on demand transplant industry. But Canadian director Leon Lee has taken on such projects to expose the atrocity, along with his regular leading star Anastasia Lin.
Ghostbox Cowboy (2018) 720p YIFY Movie
Ghostbox Cowboy (2018)
Ghostbox Cowboy is a movie starring David Zellner, Specialist, and Robert Longstreet. A dullard Texas entrepreneur reinvents himself as a cowboy in China's tech wild west, but finds himself at the mercy of corrupt American expats...
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The Synopsis for Ghostbox Cowboy (2018) 720p
A dullard Texas entrepreneur reinvents himself as a cowboy in China's tech wild west, but finds himself at the mercy of corrupt American expats looking to reinvent him once more.
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The Reviews for Ghostbox Cowboy (2018) 720p
Commie propagandaReviewed bymldardarVote: 2/10
This film caught me by utter surprise with its sophisticated critique of 21st-century trade relations, its razor-sharp commentary on capitalist globalization, its caustic and bleak humor, and its excellent pacing.The films takes us on a journey alongside an utterly clueless middle-aged protagonist from his moment of inspiration in a Texas dollar store )where he's dressed like a goofy millenial "bro," Affliction t-shirt and all), to his misadventures selling bootleg segways, to his ultimate destination in the "Inner Mongolian Blank Region" -- the under-construction megacity of Ordos, a sort of inverted version of the land our "cowboy" sought to escape.The film brilliantly explores the absurdities of the symbiotic relationship between a past-its-prime US and a rising "New China" without for a single moment retreating into lame explication, preachiness, or other sanctimonies. Every character is memorable, from "the Specialist" to the foul-mouthed scooter salesman, and the documentary style makes the film feel as real as anything without stretching credulity -- even when it makes a "Sorry To Bother You"-style turn into the realm of the absurd.This is one of the best U.S. indies I've seen in years, and deserves cult status!
P.S. I felt obligated to leave a good review of this film considering the poor user ratings (5.5 at the time that this was written) and dearth of buzz it seems to have received from mainstream audiences.