The Life and Hard Times of Guy Terrifico (2005)

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A faux documentary about the rise and fall of fictional country singer Guy Terrifico, featuring some legendary real-life performers.


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14 November 2009 | kithpunx82
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| Who in the hell green-lighted this film??
Being an overly ridiculous Gram Parsons/ 'traditional country' fan, I unfortunately purchased this less-than-god awful "honkey-tonkumentary" for five bucks after noticing the names of some of Bakersfield's' best shouting out at me in large font on the front cover. Obviously a smart move, most likely on the part of the distributors of this "turkey" to entice a sucker like myself to give it a look.

I should have known better by the photos of what looked to be a welfare throwback of the great Nudie suits of the sixties and seventies. Seriously, a blind retard would have been a better choice in the set and wardrobe department.

As far as the 'plot' or, lack thereof is concerned it seems as if scenes were just being made up on the spot, reducing what little of a back story that may have at one time existed to laugh less dick and fart jokes(literally) we now so often hilariously see in such blockbuster gems as those one-hundred plus straight-to-DVD new Lampoon movies.

Overall, I could write a funnier and far more entertaining script on what I can only name as a place where this movie belongs-THE TOILET.

Sorry...Go Cry About It.

~G.C.

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Trivia

In a deleted scene on the DVD, in which David Christo plays Guy Jr. and Lynne Griffin plays Ophelia, we see what happened to Guy during his mysterious disappearance.


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Special Thanks: Michael's poker tables East & West


Soundtracks

Rambler
Written by
Michael Mabbott and Matt Murphy
Published by Guy Terrifico Songs (SOCAN/ASCAP)
Performed by Matt Murphy (guitar, vocals), Tracy Stevens (bass, dobro), Dave Marsh (drums),
Brian Mitton (banjo), Dale Murray (back-up vocals) & Natalie Radford (back-up vocals)

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Release Date:

February 2005

Language

English


Country of Origin

Canada

Filming Locations

Ontario, Oregon, USA

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