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The Month of August (2002)

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A single-minded man focused on finding the girl of his dreams the perfect vision he's created in his mind's eye. True love is right around the corner as long as he doesn't lose sight of ... See full summary »

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Nick
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August
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Sam
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Tina
Scott Benefiel ...
Michael
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Emily
Kimberley Davies ...
Kelly
Maggie Myatt ...
Eileen
Stephanie Reuter ...
Jessica
Julee Sullivan ...
Jill
Fred Ives ...
Tim
Rochelle Ruf ...
Bartender
Kory Maine ...
Marley the Patron
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Coffee house patron
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A single-minded man focused on finding the girl of his dreams the perfect vision he's created in his mind's eye. True love is right around the corner as long as he doesn't lose sight of what he's looking for. Nick is about to discover, true love can be found in the strangest of places... and in the strangest of girls. Written by <raj@directorsnet.com>

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She is everything he never wanted in a girl

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Comedy | Romance

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$200,000 (estimated)
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Mark Maine placed the song "Nothing's Wrong Nothing's Right" in the soundtrack of The Month of August. The song was written and sung by his son Brandon Maine and his other son Kory Maine is the drummer in the band Pound Foolish. All this was courtesy of the _Nothing's Right (2001 short)_. See more »

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Taste Of Sugar
Written by Myndia Anjuli & Steve Murdock
Performed by Myndia Anjuli & Gas Light District
Courtesy of Myndie Anjuli & Gas Light District
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Charming!

I had the opportunity to see The Month of August at the World Premiere during the Phoenix Film Festival. What a wonderfully charming movie! It's not a blockbuster, but it is an excellent date movie. Ali Hillis as August is, perhaps, the most refreshingly beautiful and adorably quirky girl-next-door that's EVER been captured on the big-screen. She is a STAR in the making! MacKenzie Astin anchors the film with a very good leading man role (and much more mature than what I've seen of him previously), as does his co-star Randall Batinkoff. Although the movie is very "cute", it also contains some adult sexual humor. If you get a chance to see this movie, DON'T MISS IT! Ali Hillis' performance alone is worth the price of admission!


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