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Best Man Down (2012)

PG-13 | | Comedy, Drama | 3 October 2013 (USA)
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A newlywed couple cancels their honeymoon and returns to the snowy Midwest to make the funeral arrangements for their best man, who died unexpectedly after their ceremony.

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Scott
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Kristin
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Lumpy
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Ramsey
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Gail
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Jaime
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Winston
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Priest
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Roger
James Detmar ...
Uncle Willis
Jane Hammill ...
Aunt Helen
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Lumpy's Mom
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Rick
Sara Marsh ...
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Corey Anderson ...
Cousin Neil
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The best man at Scott (Long) and Kristin's (Weixler) Arizona destination wedding, Lumpy (Labine) is the life of the party, until a long, indulgent night leads to his untimely death. Forced to cancel their honeymoon and fly back to Minneapolis to arrange for his funeral, Scott and Kristin meet Ramsey (Timlin) and learn that Lumpy isn't quite who they thought he was. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Drama

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Rated PG-13 for thematic material, drug content, some sexuality and brief language | See all certifications »

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3 October 2013 (USA)  »

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$1,500,000 (estimated)

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$60 (USA) (15 November 2013)

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$1,842 (USA) (15 November 2013)
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Goofs

Neil says that his ticket is for seat D, but Scott is sitting in seat D. See more »

Quotes

Ramsey: Hot date?
Priest: What are you doing here?
Ramsey: You know I like to watch. I hate it when you pull the blinds, Dad.
Priest: [sighs] I'm not your dad.
Ramsey: Dad, father, father, dad... Whatever. I need 50 bucks.
Priest: I don't have 50 bucks. This is really your best option? Blackmailing a priest?
Ramsey: Think of it as community welfare.
Priest: Is there a doctor or a lawyer you can hustle?
Ramsey: If you want me to go back to taking it out of the offering tray, I will.
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References The Baby Whisperer, Vol. 1 (2001) See more »

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Come Home
Written by John Alexander Chappo, Chris Netsby Olson, Zac Colwell, Dave Feddock
Performed by Chappo
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Amazing movie and not what you'd expect.
14 October 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The premise of this movie leads you to believe that there will be undertones of black comedy, however, it couldn't be farther from that. This was a heartfelt tale that carefully leads the audience from one emotion to the next flawlessly. As I'm sure other reviewers will state, it really is in the smaller budget movies that some actors best work comes out and the best stories are told. I would highly recommend this movie to anyone.

Lastly, to save you the time...

The track that plays at the end of the movie is Come Back To Us by Release The Sunbird. It's a perfect song to showcase the feeling the movie gives you at the end.


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