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I'll Be There (2003)

PG-13 | | Comedy, Musical, Romance | 1 August 2003 (USA)
An off-beat comedy about a former 80s pop star (Craig Ferguson) whose downward spiral is halted when he discovers he has a teenage daughter (Charlotte Church), the product of a weekend love affair.

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A washed-up 80's pop star suddenly has a new direction in life when he discovers that he has a teenage daughter, Olivia, in Cardiff, Wales. The result of a weekend affair he had back at the height of his fame produced Olivia, a newspaper delivery girl for the South Wales Echo. He arrives in the small Welsh town, unsettling the life of his ex-lover while inspiring his newfound daughter to follow in his footsteps with a musical career of her own, against the wishes of her mother. Written by Anonymous

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Olivia just met the perfect man for her Mom... Her Dad. See more »


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Rated PG-13 for drug references, some sexual humor/nudity and brief language | See all certifications »

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Many of the extras in the rock gig scene were staff and members from "The Pit" - a genuine rock club, which on Saturday nights occupied the John Bull public house where it was filmed, but has since moved to a nearby location in Richmond upon Thames. See more »

Quotes

Graham: So, don't go trying to kill yourself again.
Drew: Apart from anything else, it's against the law.
Graham: It's illegal see?
Paul Kerr: No, I won't. Too many interesting things going on.
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Spoofs The Silence of the Lambs (1991) See more »

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Jungle Rock
Written by Bill Collins, Hank Mizell, Jim Bobo and Ralph Simonton
Performed by Joss Ackland (as Evil Edmunds and The BeeLzeeBOP)
Produced by Budd Carr and Robert Schaper (as Bob Schaper)
Courtesy of Morgan Creek Records
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Funny, talented, and surprising.
24 January 2004 | by See all my reviews

I actually only rented this on the chance that I would get to hear Charlotte Church sing. I wasn't expecting much out of the film or the acting. I was wrong. I laughed out loud in several spots, and was extrememly pleasantly surprised to see such good acting. Most of all by Miss Church. Who would think that someone with such stunning beauty and such a talented voice, could actually act.

The movie wasn't much of an inspiring romance, but it was a movie that was intedned to uplift you and inspire you to pursue your dreams. Entertaining to the last minute.


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