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Rustin (2001)

PG-13 | | 18 June 2001 (USA)
Billy Stagen is a former professional football player and present-day sheriff in his hometown, the picturesque Rustin, Alabama.

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Billy Stagen
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Coach Trellingsby
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Lee Wolford
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Keith Gatlin
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Trent Cotee
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Cassandra Jones
Lee Everett ...
Vera
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Hudson Kane (as Leland J. Jones)
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Pep Rally Girl
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Billy Stagen is a former professional football player and present-day sheriff in his hometown, the picturesque Rustin, Alabama.

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Rated PG-13 on appeal for mature thematic elements involving sexual assault, teen drinking and sensuality
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Why meatloaf? WHY????
27 March 2002 | by (Birmingham, AL) – See all my reviews

How could you have a part in this movie? I saw this movie because it was filmed in some of the places I grew up in. I can't believe the amount of stereotyping went into this movie, and what makes it more sickening is that some of the actors claim to be natives of the area. Not only did I find some of these stereotypes much too exagerated and just unbelievable, the story itself wasn't anything new and to be absolutely honest, pretty boring. All the classic movie cliches were there, the hardened cop, the cocky football player, the coach that doesn't care about anything but football, basically all the movie characters that could never exist in real life. Why good talent like Meatloaf Aday and the girl from Growing Pains would even be in this movie boggles my mind. The music in it was almost descent, but then it got to a song written for the movie that sounded like it was from an after school special, definately not feature film quality. This movie hasn't found its way to a distributor yet, and for all of you throughout the country I hope that it isn't picked up.


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