Nothing ever happens in the small New England town of Rutland. But everything changes one autumn day when two high school students disappear and a dead body is discovered in the woods. This...
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Nothing ever happens in the small New England town of Rutland. But everything changes one autumn day when two high school students disappear and a dead body is discovered in the woods. This quiet community is turned upside down as inept local authorities attempt to put all the pieces together. Will the struggling cable access reporter crack the case? Can the school janitor's dead father help him find the deerheaded man? Is the crusty detective ever going to get over not being passed up for grand marshal of the parade? Written by
This truly was one of the worst films of all time. The script was just awful, the acting was sub-amateur and the comedic relief was beyond dumb. I really was shocked when I got the movie last summer at my local video store. I had heard that my friend from high school Phil Hardy Levoy who plays "Ryan" in the film, was in a movie, I knew I just had to see it. I thought that the film would be pretty decent for a small independent feature seeing as how it won several local indie film awards in Massachusetts. But no, Rutland U.S.A. has to be one of the WORST movies to have ever been made. I suppose that if the film were made and starring elementary school children, it would have turned out much better, because at least the children's age would explain the dreadful acting. If you are interested in this movie, stay away!!!! There is nothing here for you. If you are interested in seeing the worst film in independent cinema history, beware, you might be in for the BORE of yer life!!!! There is no semblance of any talent present in this film.
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