A real estate developer goes to his 25th high school reunion without his wife, and finds his old teenage band playing. They get him up on stage for a couple of songs, and convince him come to a rehearsal. His wife is outraged that he played. His daughter thinks it's kind of cool. His Mother, in a retirement home, encourages him to enjoy life. He feels some temporary relief from the pressures of business complexities and the stress of marriage tensions. The band gets booked at a popular bar, which leads to a last minute booking to open for a reunion tour, with the possibility of additional tour dates. But the band has internal conflicts. He faces a tough decision to give it a shot even though it will affect his marriage, his family, particularly his daughter, and his business.
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Added: 4 July 2009
I really liked it
This is not a big budget movie, but the director makes it work verywell with his budget. The music (soundtrack) that went with it wasquite good. The story has been done before - is a simple follow yourdreams thing. Character development was surprisingly good, we foundourselves hoping the band would succeed. One of those "what we dreamabout, but life interferes" things.
Heather Locklear's character was not as well developed as a couple ofthe other roles, actually quite shallow and today, upon considering thecharacter she played, well the character was shallow. Well done.
Acting was definitely more than adequate, bordering on good at times.Billy Ray Cyrus was well cast in his role, pulls off the nice guy,wanna be a rock and roll star superbly. And I am definitely not acounty music fan.
I'll watch it again one of these days. I think if you are a classicrock fan and particularly if you ever had visions of being aprofessional musician you would enjoy it.