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Moving McAllister (2007)

Moving McAllister

Overview


Genre

Comedy

Release Date

September 14, 2007 (Limited)

MPAA Rating

PG-13

Studio

First Independent Pictures

Official Site

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REVIEWS RATE:  Critics  Not quite bad, but it's not recommended either.    Readers  5 of 5 [Rate It]

Cast and Crew


Director

Andrew Black

Producer

Jason Faller, Ben Gourley, Kynan Griffin

Screenwriter

Ben Gourley

Starring

  • Ben Gourley
  • Mila Kunis as Michelle
  • Jon Heder as Orlie
  • Rutger Hauer
  • Hubbel Palmer
  • Billy Drago
  • Peter Jason
  • Cathrine Grace
  • Patrika Darbo
  • Joe Unger
  • Mary Pat Gleason

Story


"Moving McAllister" is an on-the-road comedy that proves that a mismatched pair can find love in all the wrong places.

Story centers on Rick Robinson (Gourley), a lowly intern at a prestigious Miami law firm who dreams of becoming a partner one day. Eager to impress, he agrees to help the firm's top lawyer, Maxwell McAllister (Rutger Hauer), with a favor he really cannot afford. Just five days before the bar exam, Rick finds himself in charge of moving McAllister's dearest possession across the country: his seductive, yet untouchable niece Michelle (Kunis). In a less than stellar moving van, the mismatched pair begins their cross-country journey. Along the way they encounter numerous obstacles and unforgettable characters, like free-spirited hitchhiker Orlick Prescott Hope (Heder), who all contribute to slowing down the journey much to Rick's dismay. However, through the experience, Rick begins to see that there's more to life than becoming a successful lawyer.

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REVIEWS BY CRITICS

“..Gourley piles up the road-movie clich?s like so much roadkill in this romantic comedy..”
by Sean P. Means [Salt Lake Tribune]
“..All but devoid of acting, ideas or laughs, "Moving McAllister" barely even qualifies as a movie..”
by Bob Strauss [LA Daily News]
“..one painful journey..”
by Gary Goldstein [Reel.com]