Carly, Morgan, and Chuck, three college graduates, launch "Gonzo," a crazy, alternative newspaper featuring music, sex, and a bizarre comic-strip called "Clodhopper." And when Carly, Chuck,... See full summary »
In an economically devastated Alaskan town, a fisherman with a troublesome past dates a woman whose young daughter does not approve of him. When he witnesses the murder of his shady brother, he, the woman and the kid run to the wilderness.
Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio,
Rocker Pete Jones (legendary "X" front man John Doe) is in trouble. He's solo in his personal and professional life and he can't seem to finish his long-awaited album. Threatened with ... See full summary »
Two highway road workers spend the summer of 1988 away from their city lives. The isolated landscape becomes a place of misadventure as the men find themselves at odds with each other and the women they left behind.
Carly, Morgan, and Chuck, three college graduates, launch "Gonzo," a crazy, alternative newspaper featuring music, sex, and a bizarre comic-strip called "Clodhopper." And when Carly, Chuck, and Morgan enter into an unexpected love triangle, the jealousies and betrayals threaten to tear their business, and friendship, apart. Forever. Written by
Numerous writers, musicians, and radio personalities from the mainstream and alternative press world have cameos in Paper Cut. Local pop music critic Jeffrey Lee Puckett can be seen in the background of Better Days Music store interviewing "Pointy Kitty" band member Stacey Roark. Carl Brown, a columnist from LEO can be seen crossing the intersection, Chuck C.D. Kaplan "Culture Maven" can be seen in the background of the Twig and Leaf Diner, Former critic Danny O'Brien can be seen at the Mercury Paw, Musicians Ray Rizzo (who plays Henry Vowell) and his band, as well as the Pointy Kitties, and other musicians pop up in the background. Barry Thomas, who plays Ben, played bass in the band Love Jones. Charles Ellis was in the band Shaking Family. FM radio personalities Laura Shine and Scott Mullins were to appear but were cut from the film when a few scenes were cut. See more »
I moved to Louisville about two months ago and am still learning the town. Saw this movie by accident (came to see something else and saw a bunch of people going to see it) and, spur of the moment, bought a ticket. Wasn't expecting much, especially when the director, some local Louisville guy, got up and introduced it. But man...fun movie. Looked great, made me laugh, and had a ending that was oddly funny and moving. A real 'sleeper' as the critics say. The music soundtrack was great and I really loved seeing the guy from Dazed and Confused all grown up. He was especially terrific. Made me sort of fall in love with my new home town. The filmmakers said this was going to be on DVD this summer. I'm buying.
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