Two men embark on a music-steeped journey through the American South.

Director:

Mario Van Peebles

Writers:

Morgan Simpson (screenplay), George Richards (screenplay) | 1 more credit »
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Credited cast:
Kiele Sanchez ... Hannah
Luke Perry ... Boyd
Taryn Manning ... Jackie
Michael Clarke Duncan ... Augy
Tom Skerritt ... Santa
Jet Jurgensmeyer ... Jet
Melvin Van Peebles ... Elmo
Wendy Keeling ... Line Dancer
Linds Edwards ... Jimbo
Catherine McGoohan ... Annie
Cinda McCain ... Tanned Woman
Lee Perkins ... Security Guard
Dawn Lyn ... Saloon girl
Heather Simpson ... Lynn
James Cook James Cook ... Country Club Guest
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Storyline

Two seemingly different men embark on a music-steeped journey through the American South, learning along the way that life isn't about where you end up - it's how you get there that matters. Somewhere between Austin, TX and Huntsville, AL the two men become unlikely friends. However, every road has an end. In Huntsville, sad truths come to light, with heartbreak and violence lingering in their wake, ultimately leaving both men changed forever. Written by Anonymous

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Drama

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated PG-13 for thematic elements, some violence, language and sexual material | See all certifications »

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When Bailey runs out into the alley and almost gets hit by Augy's truck, his goatee is completely clean. But when he jumps in the truck, his goatee has vomit on it. See more »

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Ain't Enough Whiskey in This World
By Ronnie Bowman
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An after-school special for adults
8 March 2016 | by mbkfoxSee all my reviews

The first hour was boreville. I only watched it because Luke Perry was in it and it was fun to see him in a Texan bad dude role. Things started picking up towards the end, and even though the film's tedious pace and low talking rhythm frustrated any enjoyment out of me, the movie managed to still jerk some metaphorical tears out of me, despite my protests at the notion of "giving in" to a movie who's life lesson was as overt as a special edition of Saved By The Bell. The film was so preachy, they literally ended with a church choir. The actors played their roles well, and it's no wonder how the movie managed to secure such talent for a excitement-less film: Actors love taking on pet projects once in a while to teach a lesson that is near and dear to their hearts and I'm sure they all have someone in their life that they know who are victims of alcohol abuse. So, the writer writes his script and it's an easy sell. But it didn't translate well because the message was way too obvious. It's a tough balance to strike, because if the lesson isn't too obvious, the lesson won't be received, but here the film strikes the opposite fate. I'd like my 90 minutes back, thank you. And I could use a drink.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

17 April 2010 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Bailey See more »

Filming Locations:

Columbia, Tennessee, USA See more »

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Box Office

Budget:

$2,300,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$19,152, 28 August 2011

Gross USA:

$29,384

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$29,384
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2.35 : 1
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