Crystalynn had escaped her redneck roots until her sister's high school graduation calls her home. She hides the truth, lies and leaves the big city and her jealous boyfriend Ben behind, or...
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Crystalynn had escaped her redneck roots until her sister's high school graduation calls her home. She hides the truth, lies and leaves the big city and her jealous boyfriend Ben behind, or so she thinks. Ben pursues her into the deep South only to find himself lost in a wacky world of beer drinking bubbas, a trash-talkin' Granny, a sex-sizzlin' sister and a loony but loveable local radio DJ who is out to win Crystalynn back. Mash it all up and you've got a Southern fried recipe for laughter. Written by
A genuine and lighthearted movie! You don't have to be from the south to relate to Crystal Lynn's crazy family. Grandma Lee had me in tears from laughing. What I loved the most as a southern watching this movie was the details that really made it feel like my home town. The awful dresses at church, the hidden moonshine, the grandma's smoking Virginia slims, the BOJANGLES! Super cute and heartwarming movie! A sweet love story wrapped up in the terrifying experience of meeting your significant others family for the first time. The film makes lighthearted fun of the south and redneck traditions without looking down on them. LOVED IT
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