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Moving McAllister -- An ambitious young intern at a prestigious Miami law firm finds his dreams of passing the bar and becoming a real lawyer thrown into question when he hastily agrees to help one of the firm's partners move -- only to discover that the attorney's new home is in Los Angeles.
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Rick Robinson is a ladder-climbing law intern from Miami with four days until the Bar Exam. Desperate to score points with his boss (McAllister)... See more » | Full synopsis »
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Benjamin Gourley ... Rick Robinson (as Ben Gourley)

Mila Kunis ... Michelle McAllister

Jon Heder ... Orlie

Rutger Hauer ... Maxwell McAllister

Hubbel Palmer ... Carl

Billy Drago ... The Lady

Peter Jason ... Mr. Robinson

Cathrine Grace ... Mrs. Robinson

Patrika Darbo ... Debbie

Joe Unger ... Lanky

Mary Pat Gleason ... Margerie

William Mapother ... Bob

Zack Ward ... Earl
Tomek Debowski ... Tomek

Maclain Nelson ... Beau Diddly

Whit Hertford ... Fast-Food Cashier

Lucila Solá ... Petals

Allyson Everitt ... Diner Waitress
Tennay Evans ... Thompson

Yolanda Wood ... Airport Security Woman
Joey Miyashima ... Japanese Man
Ming-Tzong Hong ... Japanese Woman (as Ming-Tzang Hong)
Chandler Wakefield ... Japanese Kid
Buck Huntington ... Vincent
Ashley Munns ... Cowgirl
Keri Hatfield ... Yoga Instructor
Michael Anthony Christian ... Native American (as Michael Christian)
Jason McCloney ... Old Man
William 'Bus' Riley ... Semi Driver
Mark Noakes ... Astronaut
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Mark Cantor ... Business Traveler (uncredited)

Geoffrey Lewis ... Crazy Old Martin (uncredited)

Johnie Tolman ... Bar Cowboy (uncredited)

Directed by
Andrew Black 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Benjamin Gourley  (as Ben Gourley)

Produced by
Mark Azeez .... co-producer
Jason Faller .... producer
Benjamin Gourley .... producer (as Ben Gourley)
T.R. Gourley .... executive producer
Kynan Griffin .... producer
Maclain Nelson .... executive producer
Craig L. Steiner .... line producer
Original Music by
Didier Rachou  (as Didier Lean Rachou)
Cinematography by
Doug Chamberlain 
Film Editing by
Masahiro Hirakubo 
Chantelle Squires 
Casting by
Linda Phillips-Palo 
Production Design by
Anne K. Black 
Art Direction by
Justin Partridge 
Set Decoration by
Gilda 'Gigi' Hodges  (as Ashley 'Gigi' Hodges)
Costume Design by
Brittney Rodee 
Makeup Department
Kenneth L. Adams .... key hair stylist (as Kenneth Lewis Adams)
Spencer Barnes .... key makeup artist
John Brato .... assistant hair stylist
Barton Ghahate Jr. .... additional hair stylist
Sasheen Sandoval .... additional makeup artist
Production Management
Kynan Griffin .... unit production manager
Heather Toone .... production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Brent Geisler .... second assistant director: Florida
Lionel Maxwell .... first assistant director
Jason Rodgers .... second second assistant director
Marie Solmonson .... second assistant director: Utah
Art Department
Katherine Brim .... art assistant (as Katherine Swigert)
Aaron Coleman .... construction coordinator
Lana Daniels .... scenic painter
Jenni Heywood .... property master (as Jenni Nelson)
Christina Kirk .... on-set dresser
Jeff Owens .... art swing (as Jeffrey Owens)
Clark Edmunds .... set constructor (uncredited)
Dan Haring .... storyboard artist (uncredited)
Ashley Munns .... art assistant (uncredited)
Sound Department
Clay Ferris .... sound designer
Clay Ferris .... sound editor
Daryl Frame .... sound effects editor
Sandy Gendler .... supervising dialogue editor
Brett Hinton .... adr mixer
Brett Hinton .... foley mixer
Brett Hinton .... supervising sound editor
Brooke Lowrey .... assistant sound editor
Brooke Lowrey .... foley artist
Mark Noakes .... sound designer
Mark Noakes .... sound editor
Mark Noakes .... sound mixer
Rob Nyland .... boom operator
Paul Ordonez .... sound recordist
Ken S. Polk .... sound re-recording mixer
Special Effects by
Clark Edmunds .... special effects coordinator
Rick Josephsen .... additional special effects (as Rick Josephson)
Visual Effects by
John Carter .... digital to film transfer: IVC
Peter Dana .... digital to film transfer: Point .360
Roman Fisher .... visual effects supervisor
Liam Stephens .... visual effects coordinator
Blake Taylor .... animator
Christopher Villanueva .... animator
Chad Camilleri .... stunt coordinator
Tomek Debowski .... stunt driver (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Andy Adkins .... camera loader
Andy Adkins .... still photographer
Ty Arnold .... second assistant camera
Drew Barlow .... electrician
Eric Beck .... grip
Chip Broyles .... key grip
Travis Cline .... director of photography: second unit
Kent Findley .... electrician
Kent Shakey Johnson .... grip (as Kent 'Shakey' Johnson)
Clint Kasparian .... first assistant camera
Ray Kimsey .... grip
Andrew Klindt .... grip
Kelly Klindt .... key grip
Mike Law .... electrician
Matthew E. Long .... grip (as Matthew Long)
Jeremy Post .... grip
Jonathan Raia .... grip
Brett Shumway .... videographer
Marty Stiles .... first assistant camera: second unit
Robert Stone .... grip
Laina Thomas .... electrician
Bradford Whitaker .... gaffer
Kevin Woodward .... electrician
Wayne Wulfenstein .... best boy electric
Casting Department
Paul Palo .... casting associate
Traci Shumway .... extras casting
Editorial Department
Syd Cole .... negative conforming: Magic Film Works
Courtney N. Cross .... post-production coordinator
Marie Hélène Desbiens .... negative conforming: Magic Film Works (as Marie Helene Desbiens)
Peter Gahan .... assistant editor
Brian Kibbie .... negative conforming: Magic Film Works
Aly Kravitz .... color timer: FotoKem
Brian Leon .... negative conforming: Magic Film Works
Michael O'Quin .... post-production assistant
Yoon Sin Park .... negative conforming: Magic Film Works (as Yoonsin Park)
Q. Bryce Randle .... assistant editor (as Bryce Randle)
Walter Rose .... color timer: FotoKem (as Walt Rose)
Matt Sweat .... assistant editor
Laura C. Vittuci .... post-production coordinator
Mark Gillins .... assistant editor (uncredited)
Music Department
Debra Baum .... music supervisor
Johnny Choi .... music coordinator
Transportation Department
Kyle Bronson .... driver
Jeremy Call .... mechanic
Dave Cindrich .... mechanic
Teddy Cline .... mechanic
Tomek Debowski .... transportation coordinator
Robert T. Glover .... driver (as Bob Glover)
Christina Kirk .... driver
Mike Law .... driver
Jeff Owens .... driver (as Jeffrey Owens)
Chad Rodee .... driver
Lee Stratford .... driver
Casey Trammel .... mechanic
Joshua Ligairi .... driver (uncredited)
Other crew
Rick Ambrose .... location manager: Florida
Kyle Bronson .... key set production assistant: Florida (as Kyle Lyndon Bronson)
Kyle Bronson .... location manager: Utah (as Kyle Lyndon Bronson)
Bruce Cummings .... helicopter pilot: aerial unit
Michael J. Duthie .... consultant
Clark Edmunds .... firearm supervisor
Salina Farkas .... post-production accountant
Roman Fisher .... title designer
Andrew Grierson .... marketing consultant
Armando Gómez .... production assistant (as Armando Gomez)
Kirsten Heder .... craft service: Florida
Betty Jeppson .... insurance agent
Jennifer Kirkham .... production coordinator
Kristin Ludwin .... script supervisor
Kara Madsen .... craft service
Brooke Meyer .... craft service
Hubbel Palmer .... dialogue consultant
Michael Patterson .... key set production assistant
Brad Plowman .... marketing consultant
Jacob Floyd .... gopher (uncredited)
Nicholas Leiting .... adr loop group (uncredited)
Nick 'Fizzy' Daniels .... in memory of
Earl L. Gardner .... in memory of

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Rated PG-13 for some drug content, sexual references and crude humor
USA:89 min
Aspect Ratio:
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Did You Know?

In the movie, Debbie, played by Patrika Darbo, states that she hadn't seen "Days of Our Lives" (1965) in over a year. Darbo played Nancy Wesley on Days of our Lives from 1999 to 2003.See more »
Revealing mistakes: 14:00 into the film there is a dream sequence with a Gorilla facing off against an astronaut in a grassy field. When the camera focuses on this astronaut, you can see the reflection of a developed area in his helmet, not the grassy field that is in front of him.See more »
Carl:In the immortal words of He-Man, "There is magic all around us, if we stop to see it." or was that Lion-o from the Thundercats?See more »
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References "Days of Our Lives" (1965)See more »
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15 out of 24 people found the following review useful.
I Know Exactly Why This Movie Was Made, 22 March 2008
Author: Fritz_Gerlich from Canada

This movie was made because the concept translates well into a two sentence summary that can be used to lure investors. That is, the premise is interesting and sellable. I mean, I rented it based on the synopsis. The problem is there is nothing beyond the initial concept. There is no coherent plot, no fully fledged characters, no real comedy, no interesting scenery, no surprises, and no good performances (except Jon Herder, he does something with very little). It's as if the people who green lit this thing never read the script but only the synopsis. And if there were enough people like me, it may even have made money.

To the prospective viewer: don't waste your time, there is nothing funny or interesting to see here. To the creators of the film: hey, you got your film made, so what if its not that great. Most people never get to see themselves or their work up on screen.

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