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Rennie's Landing (2001)

R | | Drama | 3 October 2003 (USA)
Fate reuintes college friends a year after graduation and they decide to recapture the idealistic spirit of their college days.

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Samantha 'Sam' Parkes
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Trevor Logan
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Alec Nichols
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Casey Shepard
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Buddy (convenience store clerk)
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Roselyn Hatchett
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Larry
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Mr. Freeman
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Mr. Johnson
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Immigration Lawyer
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Lolina Menka
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Hank
Lenny Goldsmith ...
George
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Fate reuintes college friends a year after graduation and they decide to recapture the idealistic spirit of their college days.

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Rated R for some sexual references | See all certifications »
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Stealing Time  »

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coconutbunny@aol.com is the only name given to the Internet girlfriend, until near the end of the movie when character Trevor Logan meets her in person and calls her by name: Mae. See more »

Goofs

When Alec brings groceries home, he takes a cereal box out of the bag. When the camera comes back to him, the box is still in the bag. Later, it's out of the bag, and the position of the box has changed. See more »

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The credits state that the film is "Made with pride entirely in the U.S.A." See more »

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More movies like this should be released in theaters.
15 December 2003 | by (New York) – See all my reviews

I know, it's not rare to see really small movies with developed, interesting characters and a great storyline in theaters, but I wish some of them didn't slip through the Hollywood cracks so easily. This movie is so great, and I can't even pick a specific reason why. While not Oscar-worthy, I just liked all of it: the characters, the performances, the photography, the editing, the story, everything. Not to mention that it's thought-provoking, which is more than I can say for the majority of movies with wide releases. Movies like this are perfect examples for why independent movies need to paid more respect than they are.


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