You're in Charge (2013)

Not Rated   |    |  Comedy, Drama, Family


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In this ensemble comedy set in the heart of Cajun Louisiana, a haplessly ne'er-do-well son returns home from a year in prison, eager to redeem himself in the eyes of his family. Armed with ... See full summary »


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17 November 2013 | katy-428-600051
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| Fun and heartfelt comedy!
I was lucky enough to attend the premier screening last night, of this wonderful film. Beyond the fun of seeing my friends (some of whom were not actors before this) playing the starring roles, it felt real and genuine, not contrived or as it was trying too hard. The movie didn't stereotype Cajuns as often happens in the movie industry. It just felt like this could be the story of any average family who just happens to be from Lafayette, La. It was funny, touching and nicely executed. Tom Krueger and and the entire cast and crew did an excellent job on less than a shoestring budget. The inclusion of the talented Mary Kay Place in the cast, was a vital addition and likely raised the bar on the quality of the acting. I know she pushed the others to strive for their best possible work. If you get the chance, I recommend that you see it! And watch for it on Netflix soon. Oh, one more thing, the title is sheer perfection and you can only learn why if you see the movie!

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Comedy | Drama | Family

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Release Date:

October 2013

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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