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Rock Opera (1999)

Not Rated | | Comedy | 7 March 2005 (USA)
The comedic tale of local musician Toe's struggle to put together a tour for his band. Through selling dirt weed, stabbing people in the back, and double-crossing half a dozen of the ... See full summary »

Director:

Bob Ray

Writer:

Bob Ray
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Jerry Don Clark Jerry Don Clark ... Toe
Ted Jarrell Ted Jarrell ... Ned
Russell Porter Russell Porter ... Ross
Chad Holt Chad Holt ... Tad
Paul Wright ... Jarvis
Luis Olmeda ... Paco
Rob Gasper Rob Gasper ... Lupe
Steve Gurvich Steve Gurvich ... Stu
Kurtis D. Machler Kurtis D. Machler ... Burtis
Dylan Grifith Dylan Grifith ... Chicken (as Dylan Griffith)
Travis Lacy Travis Lacy ... Trav
Mike Guihan Mike Guihan ... Mic
Bob Ray Bob Ray ... Bo
Dave Prewitt Dave Prewitt ... CapZeyeZ Dave
Alycia Howell Alycia Howell ... Fine Ass (as Alicia Howell)
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The comedic tale of local musician Toe's struggle to put together a tour for his band. Through selling dirt weed, stabbing people in the back, and double-crossing half a dozen of the meanest sons of bitches in Texas, Toe puts himself in a position to achieve his dreams. Written by <crashcam@texas.net>

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rock | drugs | punk | slacker | austin texas | See All (7) »

Genres:

Comedy

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Not Rated

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Official Sites:

Crashcam | Official site

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

7 March 2005 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Austin, Texas, USA

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Color
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Dripping with praise
5 August 1999 | by pooky-8See all my reviews

This movie sports a cast of young, good looking, talented actors who dazzle the screen with their lack of Hollywood taint. Not only do you get to see these geniuses at work, you are also blessed to receive a good dose of Austin rock and roll! To miss this movie would be a great mistake, as it is director Bob Ray's chariot to the stars, guaranteed to take him straight to the top. The movie, shot around Austin, combines good old fashioned Cheech and Chong type marijuana jokes with witty dialogue, turning Ray's feature length directorial debut into a great big, hazy (albeit amusing), misadventure. Don't miss this movie!!


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