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Hollywood to Dollywood (2011)

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Twin young men from North Carolina riding on the fumes of a dream to meet their idol, Dolly Parton the 'Backwoods Barbie', find more than what they bargained for in an RV named Jolene.


John Lavin
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Credited cast:
Chad Allen ... Himself
Dustin Lance Black ... Himself
Michael Bowen Michael Bowen ... Himself
Beth Grant ... Herself
Manouschka Guerrier Manouschka Guerrier ... Herself
Leslie Jordan ... Himself
Gary Lane Gary Lane ... Himself
Larry Lane Larry Lane ... Himself
Dolly Parton ... Herself
Ann Walker Ann Walker ... Herself


Gay twins Gary and Larry have always loved Dolly Parton. They left their small town home ten years ago to make it in Hollywood and are finally ready to get their script to Dolly. In a RV named Jolene, the boys embark on the adventure of a lifetime. This road trip is also a journey of self-discovery and an attempt to resolve mommy issues that have divided them since childhood. Featuring 15 of Dolly's classic songs and Chad Allen, Dustin Lance Black, Beth Grant, and Leslie Jordan. Written by Websurfer

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Twin brothers with a dream in a RV named Jolene...



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Release Date:

16 July 2011 (USA) See more »

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Travelin' Thru
Written by Dolly Parton
Performed by Dolly Parton
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Tiresome and narcissistic
1 December 2014 | by jm10701See all my reviews

I remember when "camera" always meant "film". In those days, having to watch somebody else's home movies or vacation slide show was universally considered a form of torture; I think The Simpsons has explored the horrors of such an experience. Watching this movie is just like that.

Gary and Larry Lane are gay twins with no discernible talent or charisma but tons of self-importance and pushy ambition. In their grasp at fame they force themselves on some moderately prominent people in and around gay show business, including Chad Allen, Leslie Jordan, and - obviously - Dolly Parton. The result is extremely tiresome.

Ms Parton and the other pros are wonderfully gracious and far more accommodating of the twins' relentless intrusiveness than I would be. I admire tolerance wherever it appears, but if those interesting and gifted people had been a little LESS tolerant, we might not be having to watch the UN-gifted and UN-interesting Lane twins act out their narcissistic personal agenda.

Only the always delightful Mr Jordan and Beth Grant make this movie worth seeing at all. Fast-forwarding until you see their faces is the best way to watch this otherwise annoying and pointless movie.

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