A coming of age story about an inner-city youth raised by a hardworking single mother. When his dream of becoming a basketball player fails to materialize, he finds himself employed in a ... See full summary »
A chronicle of the life Charley Pride, from his start as a Negro League baseball player, to his stint in the army, and his remarkable career as a country musician, an endeavor overseen by his wife, Rozene.
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[Eli and Harper are walking to Amanda's concert at the University of Memphis. Harper begins looking up at the sky]
This is like a date!
It ain't like that...
With a real live girl!
What are you doing?
Oh, I was just looking for the flying pigs. Come on, Casanova, let's go get us some culture.
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I started watching this film one night over winter break. I had plans to go out and I was maybe 15 minutes into the film and I thought "I'll have to catch this sometime." But then there she was- Amanda. I sat there and watched her change the whole film... and it's a great film, but the jewel of the movie doesn't show up until about 20 minutes into it, and then your hooked. I've looked everywhere for this movie, and I can't find it. I've searched hi and low for other films starring Lake Lattimer- and I've got zilch. Does anyone know what else she's been in. If not, does anyone know how I can get a copy of this film. She's mesmorizing in every way. Her talent is evident in every facial expression and every line that comes out of her (perfect) mouth. She will make you remember this film months after you've seen it- you'll lose sleep wondering if you'll ever get to see it again.
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