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Under the Western Sun (2011)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Family, Western | 20 March 2012 (USA)
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John Miller wants a job at a prestigious newspaper. In order to get it, he must get the dirt on Mr. Billionaire, a now bankrupt tycoon. There's only one problem, Mr. Billionaire is John's father.

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Mark Scheibmeir ...
John
Troy Streuer ...
Frank
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Betty
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Clark
Robert Tamble ...
Martin
Clark Davis ...
Warner
Mike Shell ...
Henry
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Rick Appleton ...
Bar Buddy Rick
Miranda Cameron ...
Lucy
Kevin Debacker ...
Ryan
Preston Kirk ...
Clarence
Bull Marquette ...
Stewart
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Natalie
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John Miller wants a job at a prestigious newspaper. In order to get it, he must get the dirt on Mr. Billionaire, a now bankrupt tycoon. There's only one problem, Mr. Billionaire is John's father.

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Not all legacies are good ones.

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Comedy | Family | Western

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Great family film with some intriguing new actors (and director).
29 August 2011 | by See all my reviews

UNDER THE WESTERN SUN is like the city mouse visits the country mouse in order to deal with some real family issues, but with a light touch. Director Danny Cameron makes his feature debut and scores lots of points with a real plot and some solid acting by unknowns like Mark Scheibmeir, Troy Streuer and Pam Eichner. This film is full of fresh faces and lots of humor, and a taste of country -- not stereotyped, but very modern and colorful. The new faces and places keep you guessing about which way things will go. Does money trump family, or vice-versa, or maybe is it a little more complicated than that? I felt I was watching a western set in the modern world, but without the guns--except this was WITH the guns, and horses and the tears and laughs, and characters looking for the real stuff -- I give UNDER THE WESTERN SUN a thumbs up, and hope it gets into general release.


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