When retired talent manager Al Hart is reunited with his first client, Buddy Green, a comic who quit show business 50 years ago, he convinces Buddy to escape their retirement community and hit the road for a cross-country comedy tour.
Riley Thomas (Abigail Hawk) is a rising star at one of the world's most noted holding companies. With Christmas fast approaching, she is sent to the small town of Chestnut, Vermont to ... See full summary »
The prideful and arrogant Bobby is the strongest hedgehog as well as the exception and rebellion in the whole hedgehog tribe. However, During his fight with "Tie Tui", he accidently gets ... See full summary »
Grandpa Pierce Hawthorne returns to Greendale Community College after his Buddhist Cult found a way to resurrect their dead members' energy vapors . He returns a Grandpa as Britta chose to use the sperm in order to conceive a child.
In 1986, Marvin stole 21 million in recently discovered pirate gold from the Ogilvy Hotel in the Caribbean Isles, where he works as a butler. But there's a miscommunication with his partner... See full summary »
For Ned and Carl, Christmas is a bitter time of the year. Five years ago, their brother Frank died in a terrible snowplowing accident - an accident for which they both blame each other. ... See full summary »
Vic Edwards wife, Claudia Schulman is played by Kathleen Nolan. She also appears as a co-star with Vic in a scene shown near the end of the film festival. The film festival scene was taken from a real episode of Gunsmoke, Gunsmoke: Comanches Is Soft (1964) featuring both Kathleen Nolan and Burt Reynolds. See more »
It is stated at least twice that Vic Edwards was playing on the Tennessee football team during the 1951 season (supposedly a sophomore in college). However, the Wikipedia page Lil pulls up shows that Vic was born in 1936, making him 15 while supposedly playing college football. He would have been a high school sophomore during the 1951 season (in fact, Burt Reynolds was a high school sophomore during the 1951 football season as he graduated high school in 1954). See more »
You wanna know I needed to come to knoxville, I needed to say goodbye, Goodbye to the town that made me who Iam, Goodbye to the trees I climbed as a kid, Goodbye to the school that tought me how to break the rules, and the streets I wondered late at night, the hidden places that I left all my secrets, The town where I made so many many mistakes, and now its time for one last goodbye.
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I can't believe how much I was affected by this movie. I rarely if ever cry watching a movie, and this one brought tears to my eyes. Watching Burt Reynolds examine his life made me think of my own. The mistakes I've made. The joys I've experienced. And how much I regretably just let pass me by. This is possibly one of the best movies I've seen in a long time.
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