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Good Grief (2017)

| Comedy, Drama | 2017 (USA)
Eight estranged childhood friends reunite in their hometown to say good-bye to the one thing that barely kept them together. Inspired by one of the worlds most beloved cartoons/comics.

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Brandon Ford Green
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Rachel True ... Pepper
Jordan Ladd ... Cindy
Eric Michael Cole ... Ricky
Samantha Quan ... Darcie
Jeffrey Johnson ... Penn
Brandon Ford Green ... Benjamin
Ashli Dowling ... Lacey
Parvesh Cheena ... Sherman
Don Jeanes ... Lewis
Monica Olive Monica Olive ... Dana
Kathryne Isabelle Easton ... Lily
Brian Graves ... Travis
Elizabeth Kimball ... Stacey
Becky Baeling ... Felicia
Timmy Glasgow ... young Cory
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Eight estranged childhood friends reunite in their hometown to say good-bye to the one thing that barely kept them together. Inspired by one of the worlds most beloved cartoons/comics.

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Life pulled them apart. Cory drew them together.

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Comedy | Drama

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USA

Language:

English

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2017 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

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A love letter to Charles Shulz
27 March 2019 | by ranwulfsSee all my reviews

I came across this little indie film while scrolling through the endless dreck offered by Tubi TV, and what a find! Try to imagine the Peanuts gang in their 30's, with real-world problems and serious issues. The names are slightly different (I'm sure to avoid legal trouble), but it's not too difficult to figure out who's who between the comic strip and the movie. It's casually loaded with Easter eggs and well-placed inside jokes and references. It's by turns funny and touching, and surprised me by being much better than it should have been. Having grown up with Snoopy and Charlie Brown and the rest of the gang, I could easily tell this was written with love to one of the greatest comic strips of all time. Definitely worth hunting down and watching.


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