The awkward son of a rock legend, Duncan Christopher, works through the suicide of his father in the brutal underground world of karaoke.

Director:

Justin S. Monroe (as Justin Monroe)

Writer:

Jack Roberts
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Jack Roberts ... Duncan
Peter Bedgood Peter Bedgood ... Charlie
Marshall Bell ... Uncle Virgil
Lizz Carter ... Geneveve
Heather Roberts Heather Roberts ... Angeline
Aaron Moreland Aaron Moreland ... Simply Irresistible
Justin S. Monroe ... Arthur Christopher
Meaghan Oppenheimer ... Renee
Riley Spyres Riley Spyres ... Young Duncan
Lucas Mackay Smith Lucas Mackay Smith ... Young Charlie
Cassidy Seggern Cassidy Seggern ... Young Angeline
Julia Self ... Mrs. Christopher
Derick Snow ... Rick
Darell Christopher Darell Christopher ... Capezio
Nicole Miller Nicole Miller ... Katie Schimmels (as Nicole Cates)
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The awkward son of a rock legend, Duncan Christopher, works through the suicide of his father in the brutal underground world of karaoke.

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Music, magic, and other awkwardness. See more »

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Comedy | Drama

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PG-13 | See all certifications »
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Uncle Virgil: A karaoke legend? That's like finding out your date's only dressed like a chick.
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Arthur's Theme
Performed by Reed Mathis, Michael Garrett, Jarrod Gollihare, and Jared Tyler
Written by Jim Edwards
©2009 Jim Edwards (BMI)
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Charming and fun, with beautiful shades of poignancy
17 May 2010 | by spectordanSee all my reviews

What a charming, inviting movie! Even though this is an independent film, the movie looks and plays like a movie straight out of the Hollywood studios. The story was sweet and engaging, but the real story seems to lie in the journey each character takes. After watching the trailer, I expected a really silly movie, and this movie certainly has lots of silly moments, but it's actually incredibly touching and thought-provoking. The performances of the whole cast are facile and sincere, especially those of Marshall Bell and the protagonist Jack Roberts. The tone of the movie reminded me a lot of recent movies I've seen like "Garden State", "Away We Go", and "500 Days of Summer." Subtle, but colorful and creative. Oh, and I must mention how beautiful the movie was! The light, the angles, the locations...it makes me want to visit Tulsa to experience that beautiful river. Highly recommended movie!


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

1 May 2012 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Los sueños de Rock 'n' Roll de Duncan Christopher See more »

Filming Locations:

Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA

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