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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A street racer's life is turned upside down after a near fatal car crash, leaving him semi paraplegic. Forced to face his new circumstance, he struggles to walk, to trust, to love, and ultimately, race again.
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 woman goes home for a weekend and her boyfriend follows her and learns about her "redneck roots."
I was laughing so hard my checks hurt. I promise that you will recognize at least one of the characters in this movie as being like someone you know from home. There was so much that was familiar and warm about the movie. There are scenes where I was thinking, "Oh boy, I've been here before." It's also set in North Carolina and filmed in the Charlotte area and Stanley area. It's a pleasant treat to see places you know so well if you're from around there. It shows how pretty the city of Charlotte can be.
It has a great message about family and loving who you are and where you come from. I would recommend to anyone who loves a good laugh.
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