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The Rock 'n' Roll Dreams of Duncan Christopher (2010)

PG-13 | | Comedy, Drama | 1 May 2012 (USA)
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The awkward son of a rock legend, Duncan Christopher, works through the suicide of his father in the brutal underground world of karaoke.

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Duncan
Peter Bedgood ...
Charlie
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Uncle Virgil
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Geneveve
Heather Roberts ...
Angeline
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Simply Irresistible
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Arthur Christopher
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Renee
Riley Spyres ...
Young Duncan
Lucas Mackay Smith ...
Young Charlie
Cassidy Seggern ...
Young Angeline
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Mrs. Christopher
Derick Snow ...
Rick
Darell Christopher ...
Capezio
Nicole Cates ...
Katie Schimmels
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The awkward son of a rock legend, Duncan Christopher, works through the suicide of his father in the brutal underground world of karaoke.

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Comedy | Drama

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PG-13
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Duncan: You were jogging to get alcohol?
Geneveve: Yah, it's a double negative, they cancel each other out.
Duncan: I once talked an entire day in nothing but double negatives.
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Angeline
Performed by Reed Mathis, John Russell, Jarrod Gollihare, Mark Carr, Michael Garrett, Jared Tyler, and Justin S. Monroe
Written by Jim Edwards
©2009 Jim Edwards (BMI)
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Deep, Touching, and Funny
29 April 2010 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

The Rock and Roll Dreams of Duncan Christopher was definitely worth the time and money.If the movie has a drawback for me it would be found in the first five minutes. A couple of the scenes felt awkward and uncomfortable, but maybe that was deliberate. I got over it became involved in the story very quickly. The setting is beautifully shot and effective in preparing the stage for the characters, the problems they deal with, and the journey they take. It shows off the state very well. The characters, while odd and almost caricature-like at first, become very real. I came to care deeply not only about both of the main characters but also several of the supporting characters. I loved Duncan and Charlie. Their relationship rang true,as did their quirky choices. I laughed and cried and became very invested emotionally in their outcomes. Along with being an entertaining way to spend an evening, this movie has substantial takeaways for an audience demographic that would range from early to mid adulthood. I loved the movie and would see it again.


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