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Welcome to the Rileys (2010)

R | | Drama | 18 November 2011 (UK)
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On a business trip to New Orleans, a damaged man seeks salvation by caring for a wayward young woman.

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Hamilton 'Ham' Watkins
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Something's wrong at the Rileys. Married nearly 30 years, Doug and Lois rarely talk. She doesn't leave their Indianapolis home, and she's ordered a gravestone with their names and birth years on it. He has a long-time Thursday night mistress whom he invites to go with him to a plumbing supply conference in New Orleans. Once there, Doug calls Lois to say he's staying for a while. What's he leaving behind and what's he looking for in New Orleans? And Lois, can she break out? Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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You never know who's going to be your wake-up call

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Rated R for strong sexual content, brief drug use and pervasive language involving a teenager | See all certifications »

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Box Office

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$42,145 (USA) (29 October 2010)

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$152,857 (USA) (3 December 2010)
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Jake Scott cast Kristen Stewart due to how genuine and authentic she was when it came to her character. See more »

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Doug sees Mallory sleeping and spreads a sheet over her upto her chest. In the next scene, sheet is upto her knees. See more »

Quotes

Mallory: It's just a ways down this street.
Douglas Lloyd 'Doug' Riley: [shocked] This is your neighborhood?
Mallory: Yep. It's this whitish one right here.
[pauses]
Mallory: Hey, do you mind coming in with me for a second? Just to make sure it's chill? My electricity's off.
Douglas Lloyd 'Doug' Riley: Alright.
Mallory: [pulls "for sale" sign off porch] Mother fuck!
Douglas Lloyd 'Doug' Riley: Shouldn't keep your key in your mailbox.
Mallory: I'd just lose it if I didn't.
Douglas Lloyd 'Doug' Riley: [enters dark house] Jesus, you weren't kidding.
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The Honeydripper
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Good emotional guilt ridden drama. A daddy complex and daddy issues.
24 February 2011 | by (Petersburg, Virginia) – See all my reviews

This independent film "Welcome to the Rileys" is one when you watch you will feel gritty and touched and see that life is full of heartache, pain and it's very complex for some and the cast is an all star lineup featuring James Gandolfini, Kristen Stewart, and Melissa Leo.

Gandolfini("The Sopranos")is Doug Riley a married man who's a humble guy yet inside he's a torched soul as he stills feels the pain and sorrow of losing his teenage daughter. And Doug decides to take a business trip from Indiana to New Orleans to get away for some pondering from his sweet yet neurotic and nervous ridden wife Lois(the great Melissa Leo). And upon arriving in the big easy he meets in a club a young exotic dancer named Mallory(Kristen Stewart). And Mallory has more problems than just being a stripper she's a messed up and foul mouthed little girl who needs direction.

And ironically Doug fills the void in his heart by feeling sorry for Mallory as he ventures to her rundown apartment and slowly yet surely he takes her under his wing. Doug even starts to fix things up and stay right with her this is love attachment not of the erotic kind. It's like this guy with daddy issues has solved his complex life and bleeding heart with a new love as this takes away the pain of his lost daughter. And finally when Lois journeys down to the big easy she sees that them being with Mallory was not meant.

Overall pretty good picture of emotional attachment and love still it proves that some connections were not meant to be still if you show a troubled heart love then hope and a new journey is possible.


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