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Campus Radio (2011)

When campus radio DJ, and indie-rock band manager, Xavier P. Thortenberry, discovers the lead singer of his band, has quit - he thinks he has troubles. But when a sexy young girl named ... See full summary »

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... Xavier
Royce Boswell ... Hank
Michael Bourland ... Singing Cowboy
Stephen Bradford ... Eric
Michael Brouillet ... Exec
Isaac Cass ... The Kid
Josh Cass ... Garrett
... Innkeeper
David Dettmer ... Emcee
... Zach
... Derk (as Trevor Zacharias)
... Jolene
Stephanie Jagst ... Crystal
Drew Johnson ... Station Manager
... Dava
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When campus radio DJ, and indie-rock band manager, Xavier P. Thortenberry, discovers the lead singer of his band, has quit - he thinks he has troubles. But when a sexy young girl named Tommy, comes to audition as the new lead singer - his real troubles begin. Trying to keep a rag-tag band of wayward musicians together is challenge enough - being in love with the new lead singer is all but too much for Xavier. When his band is invited to the nation's most important music showcase, Xavier's troubles find their boiling point. Here, in Austin Texas, the live music capital of the world, the best thing that could ever happen, and the worst thing that could ever happen - both happen, and in the very same hour. And Xavier is left alone, to discover the real meaning of big words like Love and Devotion. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Drama

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Rated PG-13 for language including some sexual references, and brief nudity
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$1,000,000 (estimated)
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Tries too hard
29 November 2011 | by See all my reviews

Title says it all. I honestly wanted to like this movie, but every time I'd start to be interested, it would fall flat and completely disappoint me. Riddled with clichés, it offers nothing new, and desperately tries to be a witty/quirky story with witty/quirky characters.

This film was obviously coined by some old geezer trying to reconnect with today's youth; but is just making himself look ridiculous and out of touch in the process.

If you're on the fence with this one, save yourself the money (or bandwidth if you're downloading) and see something else.


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