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Bloodline

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A remarkable journey into the dark world of the American Pitbull, America's most controversial breed. Filmmaker John Ewing III takes you to the frontlines of the pitbull underworld and gives you a feel of the bloodline. This is the first 100% uncensored

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Product Details

  • Directors: John Ewing III
  • Format: Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Vendetta
  • DVD Release Date: May 8, 2007
  • Run Time: 60 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 1.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000NBOO1C
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #255,552 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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47 of 47 people found the following review helpful By Veronica Lynn Pit Bull on June 2, 2007
1. This looks like someone's final project from a high school film class...it is completely amateurish in design, conception and presentation.

2. The "filmmaker's" heart does seem to be in the right place BUT he really has absolutely no knowledge of dog training, development, behavior and breeding (things that someone who is undertaking a documentary about dogs should have at least a passing unerstanding of); thus the information he presents is simplistic and not always accurate. He doesn't make good use of the interviews with professionals and spends way too much time interviewing idiots.

3. The filmmaker alludes to the APBT being a loyal, loveable family member; capable of succeeding in a number of activites. However does he interview and depict any of the thousands of pit bull owners titling their dogs in obedience, agility & weight pull? No. Does he show any of the pit bulls that work daily in search and rescue and as therapy dogs? No. Does he show pits cuddling on the couch with their families? No. He shows what seem to be his dogs, kept outside, on chains, looking completely untrained and quite frankly neglected. He makes a big deal about taking one of his dogs "off the chain"...he then proceeds to let it drag him around the yard on a leash...WTF...anyone ever heard of "heeling" as in actually taking the time to train your dogs? I thought I would be treated to his dogs doing an obedience run through: sit, down, roll over, shake...whatever. NOPE. I did get to see a game of tug of war with an old towel that seemed to be trying to play up the dog's "tough image". When I play tug of war with my pit bull she sits for the toy to be presented and waits for the "take it" command. She also "outs" on command when the game is over.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By cklee on July 15, 2007
Don't buy this unless you like watching the same footage over and over. The producer must have known one person that had pits b/c all you'll see is the same shots of the same dogs shown. The only people who are interviewed are ignorant and hide behind masks. He claims to be pro-pit bull, yet there's not a single footage of all the positive and responsible owners. Buying this DVD was a waste of money and watching it was a waste of time
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Ramos on May 15, 2007
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Even though an attempt to bring an awareness of dogfighting was made, the video is overall unimpressive at best - boring, repetitive, hypocritical, unorganized, uninformative, lacking in style/interest/engagement...you get the point, i hope.
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9 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Rebecca Reader on August 16, 2007
For at least two years, Amazon.com has been infamously--and incorrectly--touting its "right" to sell materials promoting illegal animal fighting, blatantly peddling dogfighting videos as well as cockfighting magazines like The Gamecock and The Feathered Warrior. Even the recent storm of publicity about the evils of dogfighting has not deterred the company from profiting from illegal animal fighting.

Amazon.com's persistence is all the more disturbing because it comes after Congress passed legislation making it a FELONY offense to ship publications containing "commercial speech" for the purpose of promoting or "in any other manner furthering" animal fighting.

Amazon.com's refusal to acknowledge this is perplexing, as it most certainly is aware of the illegality of certain materials. In 2005 and again in 2007, Amazon.com removed a dogfighting video from its website, in recognition of a federal law that prohibits profiting from depictions of animal cruelty. Amazon.com has pulled Nazi propaganda from its website based solely on its offensiveness.

This should not be sold.
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19 of 27 people found the following review helpful By GMP on August 21, 2007
Mr. Besos,

As long time customers we are going to have to boycott Amazon if you do not address the issues of what you sell encouring animal fighting, ie dogs and cocks. You do know these activities are FELONIES, don't you! You do know it represents servious breaking down of respect to living creatures. We need to DO ALL WE CAN AS A SOCIETY TO STOP ANIMAL FIGHTING. Would you take your child to a dog fight and place a bet? Would you stick around to see how the "loser" is dealt with....KILLED. Get them out of your inventory.....it is disgusting.

Marcia Maxwell, Gerald Pool, Megan and Marilyn Maxwell, Thea Martin, Charlotte Bass-Lilly and many others!!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By T. Palmer on January 15, 2008
The picture quality leaves something to be desired. Most of the people he interviews have no idea what they are talking about. Especially the "fighters" they talk about profesional fighting, and then street fighting, then the people they interview are supposed to be profesionals, but talk like they are street fighters(if that). The vet he interviews is a retard She sounds like a comercial for PETA(kill them all), then changes her mind at the end(typical PETA). She should stick to healing her Labs, and Golden Retrievers. I think if you do a documentary you should have some real knowledge of what your doing it on, instead of quoting stuff from the human society ( which is mostly wrong). he probably filmed this in a day, and got a F on his final grade for filmography.Although his heart is in the right place, his movie is not. If you want to know what its about, read everthing negative you can get your hands on about pits, then you'll get the jyst of it. NOT WORTH THE MONEY. HE SHOULD HAVE PAID ME FOR HAVING TO WATCH IT.
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