Meet Etta Milford. Loving Wife. Doting Mother. Armed Robber. Etta's husband constantly blows their money on make-shift inventions. When she decides to secretly take "investment" matters ...
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When he discovers that an Indian casino is about to be built over the town's historic battlefield, Chase Revere, the self-appointed protector of a small town's rather meager place in ... See full summary »
When Clark and Will meet Alison and Ida in a wine bar, the foursome struggle to have the most fun that four, bickering, barely married, pre-middle-aged, decidedly dysfunctional adults are capable of having.
Mary Elizabeth Ellis
Meet Etta Milford. Loving Wife. Doting Mother. Armed Robber. Etta's husband constantly blows their money on make-shift inventions. When she decides to secretly take "investment" matters into her own hands - things quickly go awry! With their savings gone, her husband suspicious, and their children out of control, Etta concocts a scheme to get back their money and save her family. There are just a few things she has to do first, including blackmailing the sheriff and holding up the grocery store. Starring Luke Perry, Elaine Hendrix and Grammy award-winner, LeAnn Rimes. Written by
I love films about southern living. This film is filled with clever humor and wonderful performances by Elaine Hendrix (AKA Etta which is also the name of my grandmother who is from Arkansas ha ha), Leann Rimes, Luke Perry, and The Sheriff (I always forget his name.) Believe me when I say that it is much better than a 4.7. It's not a critics kind of movie. This is a fun, light-hearted film about a small town with quirky characters. Be warned there is a little bit of sexual content, so I wouldn't recommend it for kids unless it has been edited. For an independent film, it is extremely well done. Compared to some of the other romantic comedies at the box office this is worth watching.
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