A small farm town in Kentucky bands together to convince Dingus, the village idiot, that he will be competing in the Summer Olympic Games and that the event will be held in their town of Anvil County (Population: 43).
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Jay Cook is a 31-year-old British bloke on vacation in Los Angeles. He's visiting his old schoolfriend Richard, who has been settled there for several years. The trip is exciting for Jay, a... See full summary »
James Van Leer
James Van Leer,
Brady L. Benton
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An overwhelmed college football player, desperate to return from suspension, must piece his shattered world back together before his over-bearing politico mother, cheating ex-girlfriend and... See full summary »
Cassie Thompson, a college dropout and ex-film student who is tired of being disrespected and downtrodden, has decided that she's had enough. In a subconscious effort to turn her life around, she decides to make a movie with a rag-tag group of friends. The only problem is the movie is impossible for her to film without a $100 million budget, and her cast and crew are neurotic and inexperienced, to say the least. Will Cassie prevail and finish her movie, or will this become another mark on her long list of failures? Written by
Cassie Thompson, A college dropout with nothing to her name but a tiny Sony camera goes out on a journey to make a film with her friends. Nothing goes as she planned since her group of friends are anything but competent. This is an adorable film with plenty of funny moments that the whole family can enjoy. And to those among us who understand something about filmmaking Cassie's journey seem all too familiar. The only problem is the movie is impossible for her to film without a $100 million budget, and her cast and crew are neurotic and inexperienced, to say the least. I would highly recommend seeing this film if you have a love for filmmaking or just like a good story!
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