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The story of two teen boys, Jordan and Mike, and their quest to start a garage band. They recruit a female bass player, a British drummer and an accidental egg player - all adults - as the boys struggle to balance summer school, nosy parents, and a pair of bumbling two-bit managers who want to control the band. A coming of age family musical with all original songs written and performed by the lead actors, Your Name Here is an inspiration for kids who believe anything is possible. Written by
I had a band in my late teen and twenties. (Still do, but more of a hobby these days) But...Dude, this film took me back! I miss those garage playing days and this movie totally made me look back and remember how good it all was! And just how bad we wanted to "make it". I loved the egg player. I mean, come on. An egg player?? There is some really funny stuff in here. The kids were great too and if they really wrote all that music, wow. Not bad little dudes. I highly recommend this to guys like me who had bands, loves music and also a little trip down memory lane and a whole lot of laughs. In fact, it inspired me enough to dust off my guitar and head into the garage...
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