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Walk the Talk (2007)

The successful life coach Erik Naybor seemingly has everything, but his success covers a dark history, and when his difficult nephew shoots his brother, the challenges starts unfolding.

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Matthew Allen

Writer:

Matthew Allen
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Credited cast:
Cary Elwes ... Erik
Evan Ellingson ... Roy Naybor
Illeana Douglas ... Jill (as Illeana Douglass)
Katie Cassidy ... Jessie
Chris Pratt ... Cam
Katie Finneran ... Linda
Anson Mount ... Larry
Clayne Crawford ... Reed
Kenneth Choi ... Dave
David Wilbur David Wilbur ... Vernon
Katrina Begin ... Leslie
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Matthew Allen ... Voice
Ed Begley Jr. ... Self (scenes deleted)
Chris Byrne ... Some Guy
Antonio Caballero Antonio Caballero ... Guest
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The successful life coach Erik Naybor seemingly has everything, but his success covers a dark history, and when his difficult nephew shoots his brother, the challenges starts unfolding.

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Sometimes Living the Dream can be a nightmare...

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Comedy | Drama

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Delay Day
Written by Eagle Eye Cherry and Christopher Watkins
Performed by Eagle Eye Cherry
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Uplifting charmer which keeps your interest
4 July 2015 | by OJTSee all my reviews

Debut feature film from American Matthew Allen, a resident of Sweden. Hence this is a Swedish/American co-production.

A juvenile teenage boy lacking parents is put up by his distant relatives to avoid being put in prison after shooting his brother in the foot in a freak accident. But the family he is to stay with is under the rule of a life coach. The coach's approach is "Look hard at what you want, and then grab it". Will this have an affect on the young rascal?

Somehow this film manges to grab your interest right from the start. Evan Ellington in the role as young Roy manages to grab the opportunity in the role, and the positive thinking gets to him in this realistically told comedy, which has a feel-good feel, still with a sad thread all way through.. The film is beautifully photographed, and well played. This is no laugh-out-loud comedy, but rather a small gem of a film. It manges to put that little corner smile on your mouth, as it's also heart felt all way through.

The film is both uplifting and warm, and one of those little film which will linger in your life afterwards. So you see, this is a recommendation. Make sure you see it!


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Language:

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Release Date:

15 June 2007 (USA) See more »

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Coachen See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

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2.35 : 1
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