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Funeral Kings (2012)

R | | Comedy, Drama | 10 March 2012 (USA)
Two altar boys decide to play hooky after serving at a series of funerals.

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Andy Gilmour
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Charlie Waters
Jordan Puzzo ...
David Mason
Charles Kwame Odei ...
Felix Thurman
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Iggy Vannucci
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Patricia Gilmour
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Ryan Sullivan
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Johnny
Brandon Waltz ...
Bobby
Rafay Rashid ...
Chris
Luke LaMontagne ...
Syd
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Lindsey Prescott
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Amanda Prescott
Michael Delaney ...
Brendan Hamilton
Rachel Morris ...
Susan Hamilton
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Two altar boys decide to play hooky after serving at a series of funerals.

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Comedy | Drama

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Rated R for language throughout, sexual references, some drugs, drinking and smoking - all involving kids | See all certifications »

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Похоронные короли  »

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Three of the main characters' last names are the same as members of Pink Floyd: Gilmour, Waters, and Mason. Additionally, there is a character credited only as Syd. Syd Barrett was an original member of Pink Floyd. See more »

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Slow moving and meandering with little imagination
8 June 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

I felt the story line was weak so I won't blame the young actors for a boring film with just way too much cussing from the mouths of a bunch of 14 year old boys trying to find their way through a weeks worth of school and some after school antics which include a video store break-in, drinking booze and shooting beer cans....and a stray dog.

Sometimes a film provides a few great scenes that make an otherwise so so film memorable. In this case don't expect any wow moments just a bunch of kids trying to get through their lines in a dull film with little imagination.

I would not recommend this film to anyone but I would suggest trying a rerun of either the classic 1986 film Stand By Me or the 1999 Jake Gyllenhaal release of October Sky if you want a good film with young boys and their dramatic stories and dreams.


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