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(272) 6.3 88 min 2018

Meow Wolf: Origin Story is a movie starring George R.R. Martin, Vince Kadlubek, and Emily Montoya. A group of artists in Santa Fe, NM become a DIY collective called Meow Wolf. Their immersive, large-scale exhibitions crack open a...

Starring
Vince Kadlubek, Sean Di Ianni, George R.R. Martin, Emily Montoya
Genres
Documentary
Director
Morgan Capps, Jilann Spitzmiller

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Documentary
Director Morgan Capps, Jilann Spitzmiller
Writer Jilann Spitzmiller, Christina Procter, Morgan Capps
Stars Vince Kadlubek, Sean Di Ianni, George R.R. Martin, Emily Montoya
Country USA
Runtime 1H 28M
Description A group of artists in Santa Fe, NM become a DIY collective called Meow Wolf. Their immersive, large-scale exhibitions crack open a profitable niche in the arts industry, even as their social mission is challenged by the demands of rapid success. The group's members navigate fracture and loss for years in pursuit of their idealistic vision. When they spark the interest of George R. R. Martin and receive his support to take over an old bowling alley, Meow Wolf builds a massive exhibition with over 140 artists working at a breakneck pace. With the wild success of the House of Eternal Return, Meow Wolf now faces its own internal turmoil as it begins to change the lives of creatives everywhere.

Top reviews

Saturday, 29 Aug 2020 18:10

I don't think a documentary can be 'good' or 'bad'. That's the beauty of film. But 'Meow Wolf: Origin Story' is an interesting tale of a wolf, a dreamer and a lost soul. The film begins with the wolf and the cat (of course) leaving their home in Montana. (At the very end of the film, there is a shot of the car driving away.) The film continues to show the pair together. They continue to follow the trail of the cat and the wolf, eventually getting to a desolate area in the middle of nowhere where the two meet again. The wolf then tries to communicate with the cat and the dog (who are playing with the dead animals). The cat is really the only one who seems to understand the wolf. The dog is also willing to help the wolf, but unfortunately, the wolf's coat is a bit 'disguise' and he has difficulty telling his age and breed. The film then goes back to Montana where the couple meets a hunter who leads them to the forest. The hunter eventually sees the wolf in the forest and leads them back to the car. The film ends with the wolf on a path and the boy suddenly begins to go missing. The film ends with the boy and the wolf sitting around a campfire and the camera is looking at the sky. (The background is snow and the sky is the wolf's eye. One of the wolf's eyes is lit up). This is one of the most beautiful films I have ever seen. The story is believable and it just keeps going on and on. The acting is great. The kid who plays the wolf is great. The wolf looks like a really sweet young boy. The two kids are very good. The wolf looks like a really tough, strong and smart young wolf. The dog is really cute. The director and the actors make it look like they really did a great job on this film. This is an interesting story and I think it should be better known. I recommend this film to people who are fans of independent films, art and independent films. (And those of you who aren't, don't watch it.)
Tuesday, 30 Jun 2020 13:25

When I was a young man, I used to visit the local computer store on Saturday afternoons. It was in the late 1970's and my dad got the idea to buy a VCR. For that, he had to buy a P.C. box. This box, he called it, and the back cover said: "Spoils of War," and then he added that "a Japanese video game is being shipped to the USA!" The usual reels of movies, used to fill the VCR were at the top, and the games were in a lower right corner. "Spoils of War" was in the middle, and the ads had the title: "Adventure Game: Thunderstorm." He had to read the ad. And then, I watched the movie, and I learned a bit about what this "game" was all about. That's when the game went to the web, and then the company, and then the game went back to the web. That was about four years ago. And then I found out that the movie was not actually based on this game, but was instead based on the business of selling ads to people that had never heard of the game or the company. A shame. But I did find out about this company, and they're the kind of people you'd expect to have a lawyer email them the location of their server and the computer to see if the site is down. So my dad, after all this time, had his computer, the games were there, and I got to watch the movie. As far as the movie goes, it's all about marketing. The commercials are too long, too noisy. They show a whole lot of things. The ads are better than a lot of things on TV, but I think the movie is better than a lot of the commercials. The story is interesting, but the game, even though it's a great game, I think it's not a great movie. The game is a great movie, and the movie is really, really boring.
Sunday, 31 May 2020 11:02

The story of the "real" Meow Wolf is that he was fed up with his vegetarian vegetarian diet and decided to join the N.W.A. in 1980, when they were preparing to go on tour to Australia, to find a proper vegetarian meat eater. He was sent to live with his DJ father, whose deadbeat girlfriend doesn't believe him when he tells her he was a vegetarian and he loves animals, and he decides to make him vegan, and his girlfriend's response is to get him on a vegetarian diet. To the producers of this film, this was an excellent opportunity to explore the facts of the world's largest vegetarian organization. Of course, the film is going to center around their history and the many acts of kindness, especially to animals. But it was also interesting to see a modern day interview with the "real" Meow Wolf, who agreed to this film, and gave his best insights into his life, including his now retired DJ persona, and how he came to vegetarianism and to be vegetarian. It was interesting to see how quickly he grew from a vegetarian to a vegan, from a vegetarian to a vegetarian again, and the highs and lows of his eating habits. The scene at the end, when he's asked if he wants to be vegan, his answer is clear and simple. The real Meow Wolf explains that the main difference between his vegetarian lifestyle and that of the N.W.A. was that he never ate meat, so it was hard to make him vegan. He explained that it took a lot of work and dedication to get the product, which was meat, from his house. He was motivated to get a meat eater when he was a young boy. I would say this is a good documentary for anyone to watch. It was informative, and the best I've seen on the N.W.A. It's nice to see the organization as it was and how they were able to end the war on drugs. This is a great documentary to watch.
Monday, 27 Apr 2020 22:18

I was looking forward to watching this film because I have a friend who is a veterinarian. I was a little concerned because his background is not in the field of animals, but rather in the field of reptiles. However, as it progressed, I realized that he had a good story to tell, and the way he presented it, I was able to empathize with the animals. I think that it is important to watch this film to get an understanding of how animals are treated, but I think that it is also important to educate the audience about the issues involved in trying to rehabilitate an animal who is seriously injured. As you can tell from my summary, I was surprised by how much I liked the film. It is definitely not your average documentary. I found the narrative to be powerful, informative, and informative. The amount of detail was good. I do not know if the producers of this film intended it to be educational, but I believe that they succeeded in this area. I have one comment that I would like to make, and that is that I am happy to see that the movie has been made, but I think that the producers have attempted to make this movie more about the animals rather than the human actors. The animals in the movie are treated as if they were humans in the movie. In my opinion, this is a very good thing. However, there are some animal actors who are clearly not human. This bothers me because this would have made it more interesting for me. It is good to see how they are treated, but it is more important to know about the human actors in the film.


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