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Hard Scrambled (2006)

Not Rated | | Drama | 11 March 2006 (USA)
When the owner of a venerable diner in the wrong part of town has an "accident" the men in her life scheme and fight for control of the establishment.

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... Benno
... Joe
... Alice
... Scotty
... Crysta
... Killian
... McDavey
... Sophie
Erik Bauer ... Elvis
Ashli Elizabeth ... Pinup Girl
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Alice's Diner has been around for 25 years but is down on its luck and Alice wants to retire. Assorted ex-cons, dreamers and schemers call the place home. When Alice plunges into a boiling deep fat fryer, the men in her life fight for control of the diner. Crosses and double crosses ensue until the central question is answered, "What happened to Alice?" Written by Michael Lent

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Dry Summer
Vocals by Kevin Higginbotham
Guitar by Erik Sanden
Guitar by Charles Roadman
Drums by James Roadman
Bass by Odie
Courtesy of Evergreen & the Cosmodemonic Record Company
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Didn't See It Coming!
31 May 2006 | by See all my reviews

This movie was a great cinematic experience. There are twists and turns in the plot that I absolutely did not see coming. That was really refreshing in a world where so many films are so predictable. I won't spoil anything!! Intelligently crafted. The actors nailed their parts; I was watching Benno, not Red from That 70's Show! There was a distinct chemistry among the whole cast that came right out of the screen. Visually, it was extremely well done. The subtlety of the color used in the "present" vs. the saturated color in the flashbacks was a particularly nice touch, another one of those unexpected shift from the movie norm that sets this film apart. I am glad I got the chance to see this on the big screen.


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