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Small Town Saturday Night -- Just days before leaving for Nashville to pursue a life long dream of being a singer/songwriter, Rhett's (Chris Pine) girlfriend, Samantha (Bre Blair), realizes that "his" future may not be "their" future.
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Directed by
Ryan Craig 
Writing credits
Ryan Craig (written by)

Produced by
Sunday Boling .... co-producer
Ryan Craig .... producer
Brion Hambel .... executive producer
Rachael Harrell .... associate producer
Jasper Jan .... associate producer
Matt Kovalakides .... co-producer
Charlie Mason .... producer
Justin Moore-Lewy .... producer
Meg Morman .... co-producer
Wonder Fortune Serra .... producer
Sebastian Twardosz .... consulting producer
Rick Zahner .... executive producer
Original Music by
Stephen Bertrand (music by) (as Steve Bertrand)
Cinematography by
Matt Kovalakides (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Robert Stambler 
Casting by
Sunday Boling 
Meg Morman 
Production Design by
Emily Dawson 
Art Direction by
Erika Toth 
Makeup Department
Tara Loren .... key makeup artist
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Sierra Donley .... second assistant director
Julia Lennon .... first assistant director
Michael Squier .... second second assistant director
Art Department
Gary Jones .... art department intern
Nick Lisica .... property master
Sound Department
Kyle Billingsley .... foley mixer
Brian Curley .... sound mixer
Brian Deming .... boom operator
Scott C. Evans .... boom operator
Steven Iba .... assistant sound editor
Joe Milner .... sound re-recording mixer
Joe Milner .... supervising sound editor
Peter Navarro .... boom operator
Nick Neutra .... foley supervisor
Jonathan Pendergrass .... foley editor
Christian Schaanning .... sound effects editor
Hermann Thumann .... sound editor
Visual Effects by
Emile Haris .... visual effects supervisor
Jeff Scott .... stunt coordinator: TV Insert
Van Vander Pluym .... stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
Aram Aramyan .... additional first assistant camera
Jacen Bridges .... additional director of photography: additional photography
Garrett Comenas .... electrician
James Gregson .... camera intern
Alex Jenkins .... grip
Akiko Miyagi .... second assistant camera
Marcos Perez .... key grip
Ivory Serra .... cinematographer: second unit
Ivory Serra .... still photographer
Curtis Sherman .... gaffer
Karl Waechter .... first assistant camera
Casting Department
Michael Adams .... casting associate
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Erin Tanaka .... wardrobe supervisor
Editorial Department
J.R. Benson .... digital intermediate colorist
Doug Fox .... digital intermediate producer
Leandro Marini .... digital intermediate producer
Toby Martisius .... on-line editor
Mary Liz Thomson .... digital intermediate post supervisor
Music Department
Deanna DellaCioppa .... songwriter: "It's Never Too Late"
Michael Lloyd .... music supervisor
Libby Umstead .... music supervisor
Transportation Department
Louis Dargenzio .... transportation coordinator
Dustin Meisner .... transportation captain
Other crew
Reggie Bannister .... location manager
Veronica Chavira .... production assistant
Dematteos .... catering
Jason Ehlers .... production assistant
Sami Huston .... production assistant
Patrick Keef .... production assistant
Sam Kimbrell .... production assistant
David Lanham .... film office president
Ben Leahy .... production assistant
Stella Pacific .... studio teacher
Cara Parker .... production assistant
Kristina Perez .... script supervisor
Gigi Fast Elk Porter .... location manager (as Gigi Fast Elk Bannister)
Gigi Fast Elk Porter .... location manager (as Gigi Fast Elk Bannsiter)
Dustin Pownall .... production assistant
Robert Rodriguez .... production assistant
Alana Thomson .... craft service
Kate Edwards .... thanks
Matt Harton .... thanks
Billy Bob Thornton .... the director wishes to thank

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Rated R for pervasive language and some sexual content
USA:94 min (DVD version)
Australia:MA (2010) | Germany:12 | Singapore:M18 | USA:R (certificate #45915)

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John and Rhett Ryan are played by real life father-and-son Robert Pine and Chris Pine.See more »
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1 out of 1 people found the following review useful.
Gets better in the 2nd half, 17 December 2013
Author: SnoopyStyle

Rhett Ryan (Chris Pine) is a car mechanic with Nashville dreams. He is about to move there with his girlfriend (Bre Blair). Only she has second thoughts. She is still tie to police officer Carson (Shawn Christian), the father to her daughter. Meanwhile there are all kinds of characters in this small town of Prospect.

This is a slow moving indie for the first half. There are a few too many characters in their mundane lives. It's a boring slog through a lot of nothing scenes. The direction isn't the most exciting. It does improve with the bank robbery.

Director/writer Ryan Craig needs to move the plot along quicker. And for a movie about a country singing mechanic, he waited until the end to let Chris Pine sing. He's actually not that bad (unless he was dubbed). I don't understand why he doesn't sing early in the movie. Anything would improve the first half.

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