Bo Price is a country musician who has fallen out of the spotlight. Bo then returns to his hometown, where he reunites with his childhood sweetheart and also meets his 16-year-old daughter for the first time. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A fading country music star (Keith) returns to his hometown, where he reunites with his childhood sweetheart and also meets his 16-year-old daughter for the first time.
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Erin C (br) wrote: A little cheesy - especially with the constant sappy music playing in the background. However, it was a feel-good, cutesy movie.
Patrick D (gb) wrote: There are few scripts that could compare to this one; quite unusual. This ultimately get the thumbs up qualifying as dark humor. The piece is deeply saddening. I watched it expecting some outright laugh-out-loud hijinks but instead got a different taste. Being a fan of dirty realism and even real and depressing stories this was to my taste. As the actuality of Woody Harrelson's character sets in on the viewer, you are found to stop laughing and be more sympathetic. Much admiration to the film studio, Woody Harrelson, and the financiers that backed this.
Aaron C (au) wrote: mislabeled comedy, and not even a highschool championship (for that catch St. Trinians or Swing Girls)... just existentialist teen drivel. Hollywood should stick to what it's good at and leave the philosophising to the europeans :P
Greg R (ag) wrote: About as bad a documentary as can be made. While I feel awful that this man was possibly abused, nothing he did made me feel he was a good parent or even human being. I'm terrified for this man's kids. His parenting is atrocious. Genuinely the worst documentary I have ever seen. I am shocked by the reviews.
Robert C (fr) wrote: A visually stunnig (2002) film that takes place in Italy in 1969, whose plot revolves around the making of a Sci-Fi film meant to take place in the far-off and distant future of the year 2000. It is also a look at the inner workings of the film industry and the struggle of one editor turned director, to create a career making film while not allowing his obsession with that films star (Dragonfly) ruin his relationship with his (Real Life) girlfriend who also happens to be the star of HIS own side project which is based on his personal life. While the story is a bit convoluted at times...there is enough here (especially visually) to keep fans of film interested (especially fans of Sci-Fi and/or Italian cinema). And (call me crazy) but I would REALLY like to see the finished Sci-Fi film: "Codename Dragonfly" (think Barbarella meets Austin Powers) in it's entirety. Perhaps as an 'extra' on the DVD?
Luke M (ag) wrote: Patch Adams has its sweet and profound moments but drowns them out in a giant sea of slapstick and silliness.
Andy F (it) wrote: Short and sweet, this often forgotten Disney animation isn't without its charm as it sweeps across South America with a fantastical flourish.
Alan G (gb) wrote: Such a waste of potential. While the effects are impressive and some of the action is well-done, it just lacks what made "Star Wars" so popular to begin with - i.e, memorable characters and good story. The characters are too flat to be worth caring about, and the plot moves needlessly slowly. Lucas seems to think that flashy visuals and a few callbacks to the originals will automatically recall the magic of the original films, but it's ultimately a disappointing and frustrating mess that pales in comparison to the movies that spawned it.
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