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Documentary Review | Wild Wheels

Wild Wheels (PN 1995.96 .A85 W54 2005) is a crazy documentary about people from around the country who spend their lives styling and decorating their cars with the unique items.  These can range from iron horses, cows, rainbows, and even grass (real growing grass).  The film includes various interviews with the creators/artists of these cars, and helps the viewer understand why they began this interesting hobby.

This documentary was interesting, but very hard to follow.  As well, I felt a little underwhelmed by the vehicles themselves.  I was hoping for more over the top artistic cars.  Still, this was a very informational and entertaining documentary.  I give this film a 2 out of 5 stars, and I would recommend it to any car enthusiasts or people looking for new hobbies.

Written by: Jared McGrail

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