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Grand Theft Parsons (6-Nov-2003)

Director: David Caffrey

Writer: Jeremy Drysdale

Keywords: Dark Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Scott Adsit
Actor
26-Nov-1965   Pete Hornberger on 30 Rock
Christina Applegate
Actor
25-Nov-1971   Married with Children
Dylan Bruno
Actor
6-Sep-1972   Colby Granger on Numb3rs
Robert Forster
Actor
13-Jul-1941   Jackie Brown
Johnny Knoxville
Daredevil
11-Mar-1971   MTV Jackass
Gabriel Macht
Actor
22-Jan-1972   Behind Enemy Lines
Michael Shannon
Actor
7-Aug-1974   Van Alden on Boardwalk Empire
Marley Shelton
Actor
12-Apr-1974   Sin City

REVIEWS

Review by Carnahan (posted on 31-May-2005)

This film follows the last days of musician Gram Parsons, or rather, the last days of his corpse. If you're unfamiliar with the story, a faithful roadie stole Parsons corpse and took it to Joshua Tree National Park where he cremated the corpse in the desert. This was according to Gram's last wishes, but against the wishes of his stepfather, who wanted the corpse so he could have legal standing to claim part of Gram's inheritance. The film roughly follows this story, emphasis on roughly. The story has been altered so much from the facts at hand, it's almost a completely new tale. The film is filled with useless characters, false motives, cheap jokes, and bad writing. As a fan of Gram's music, I was offended that they would trivialize his legacy with such a poor film. Parson fan or not, I wouldn't recommend this film to anyone.


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