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Johnny Flynton (2002)

Johnny Flynton is good at one thing: boxing. He's not too bright, and there's clearly some issues in his past, but what's worse, when he's boxing, his temper flares up. His wife, Samantha, ... See full summary »

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... Johnny Flynton
Michele Matheson ... Samantha Flynton
... Sheriff Mayer
... Teddy
Georgine Gainey ... Mrs. Derouville
Raymond Thorne ... Coach Tagwood
Jim Lampley ... Himself
James Beck ... Artie Duane
Michelle Ford ... Tammy Duane
Tom Geislinger ... Ring Announcer
... Referee (as Pat Johnson)
Jim Brucke ... Johnny's Corner Man
Dennis McLernon ... Duane's Promoter
Alan Hunter ... Coach Jay
James H. Smith ... Duane's Corner Man
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Johnny Flynton is good at one thing: boxing. He's not too bright, and there's clearly some issues in his past, but what's worse, when he's boxing, his temper flares up. His wife, Samantha, tells him she's pregnant. Meanwhile, he's got an exhibition match with local boy Artie Duane. Johnny lets him get a few punches in to look good, but when Artie starts taking cheap shots, Johnny can't stand by and overreacts. He runs home, where he's in high spirits, but that proves his downfall. Written by Jon Reeves <jreeves@imdb.com>

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Someone please distribute this film...
21 September 2002 | by See all my reviews

What can I say... I just returned from the second premiere of the film at the Sidewalk Moving Picture Festival. I was blown away. The performances, the cinematography, the writing were all great.

I remember hearing Lexi Alexander on a local radio station preparing to film the movie. Asking for extras and telling how great Alabama is to film. I was hoping that she would become successful in her efforts, and she was.

As for the acting, Dash Mihok stole the already great show. Best performance of the festival. This man is going to win an Oscar one day. If this film makes me want to dedicate my life to film. Watch this film if it is in a festival in the future.

Truly awesome.


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