Crystalynn had escaped her redneck roots until her sister's high school graduation calls her home. She hides the truth, lies and leaves the big city and her jealous boyfriend Ben behind, or so she thinks. Ben pursues her into the deep South only to find himself lost in a wacky world of beer drinking bubbas, a trash-talkin' Granny, a sex-sizzlin' sister and a loony but loveable local radio DJ who is out to win Crystalynn back. Mash it all up and you've got a Southern fried recipe for laughter.Written by
"If You Like This Movie, Then You Might Be a Redneck"
Decent watch, probably won't watch again, and can't recommend.
It's not that the movie is bad in any one sense, it just is a bit lackluster. There seems to be a lesson about "if you're hot enough you can escape any situation you're in and find a better one" mixed with a "you should be ashamed of your past, but don't let it affect your future".
There just isn't anything interesting, and I think it's supposed to be a comedy, but it doesn't have a consistent atmosphere of humor. It certainly makes its way around the offensive and absurd humor attempts, but no of it really lands.
Just watch something else.
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