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Come on Down (2010)

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Michelle Roland loves game shows but isn't sure about her career as a bait and tackle employee. When a handsome nomadic stranger becomes her coworker she begins to wonder if small town living is her way of life.

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Michelle Roland
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Eric
Jon Robert Stafford ...
Mark
Shelly Whittle ...
Bob
Najwa Rosdi ...
Ruth
Jenn Bates
Kevin Harrigan ...
Man with Table
Oak Elliot ...
Dom
Casey Scamporino ...
Conductor
Karen McPherson ...
Lucy
Jake Holmes ...
Ted
Richard Martin ...
Captain of SS Zebrabro
Leanne McLaughlin ...
Martha
Bob Nuss ...
Bob
Lois Nuss ...
Lois
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Michelle Roland loves game shows but isn't sure about her career as a bait and tackle employee. When a handsome nomadic stranger becomes her coworker she begins to wonder if small town living is her way of life.

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whimsical character study
30 September 2011 | by See all my reviews

I happened upon this film on-line and pretty soon forgot I was watching a movie on the computer. I'd have given it a 10 except the store manager reminded me too much of The Office central character, the way his part was written. But he's not important to the film's key appeal. Top job with production -- meaning I was unaware of it. The dialogue spot on, but still delightfully unexpected in parts. I wanted to know what happened to these people and the twist at the end gave me one of those satisfied ka-chings where you say to yourself: Hey, I THOUGHT so (even tho you didn't quite make it there). The story should ring internal bells for harboring those grass-is-always-greener blues (to mix my color metaphors). This story pulls at you, the lead characters both have that guy-girl next door appeal, at the same time they're larger than life. This is a lot of film for 37 minutes, or whatever it was!


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