1971 post civil rights San Francisco seemed like the perfect place for a black Korean War veteran and his family to realize their dream of economic independence and his own chance to be his... See full summary »
Tony gets fired from his job. He's not really sad about this because he prefers writing songs and playing the guitar. He meets the drummer Charlie and they decide to start a band, although ... See full summary »
This movie was very, very funny. It bordered on offensive, stirring up ideas about political correctness, but you were laughing too hard to realize it. Emma Caulfield's portrayal of a very self-absorbed, and not very self-aware hollywood actress makes you almost feel sorry for her, when things are unfolding in front of her face that she just doesn't quite catch. Karri Bowman's "Tubie" is perfectly ridiculous.
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