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Dilly (2010)

TV Movie  -   -  Music  -  November 2010 (USA)
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With no place to call home, the STD Gang (Super Terrific Dancers) roam the high desert, looking for a fix of that high they covet so badly: kicking ass while kickin' it to the beat. But if ... See full summary »

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Tony Swift ...
Eli Rossen
Randy Stanger ...
Crazy Ty
Gareth Stehr ...
Daryl Darlington
Andrew Hugg ...
Huggybear
Rossen Bialomorsky ...
'Electric' Mike Hawk aka Shirtless Dude
Wallace Bruce ...
Captain Andy Jefferson
Jason Johnson ...
Deputy Marlowe
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Deputy Danny Jefferson
Bob Woodruff ...
Bartender
Lyndsey Doolen ...
Surfer Girl
Mitch Nichley ...
Bar Biker
Michael Blaise ...
Bar Patron #1
Stanley Bran ...
Bar Patron #2
James Burns ...
Jimmy Roxbury III
David Gonzales ...
Roni Alvarado
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With no place to call home, the STD Gang (Super Terrific Dancers) roam the high desert, looking for a fix of that high they covet so badly: kicking ass while kickin' it to the beat. But if ever there was one man who was up to the task of putting an end to their terrorizing ways, it would be Lainseville County Sheriff Harrison Belmont and his boys. As the dry desert air blows across the plains, the two parties showdown at sundown. Written by Phil Andelman

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Going pop, but not selling out
17 November 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

"Dilly" stands out on Band of Horses third album INFINITE ARMS for one simple reason: it's easily the catchiest song. That doesn't mean it's the best song, it doesn't mean it's a good song. It just means that this is the one song off that album that you can listen to once and have it stuck in your head for days and days. The song seems to be more of a songwriting experiment rather than selling out. To support the argument that BOH hasn't sold out is this very unforgettable music video. The desert setting and the violent climax makes the video appear to be archive footage from an old biker film from the '70s; something that has inspired the works of Robert Rodriguez and Quentin Tarantino. Pleasant to the ears, and gripping to the eyes. The absence of the band members makes it have an even more raw and amateurish feel, and that's something BOH fans will commend.

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