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Be Kind Rewind (20-Jan-2008)

Director: Michel Gondry

Writer: Michel Gondry

Keywords: Comedy

A video-store clerk and pal attempt to re-create various movies on a nonexistent budget after accidentally erasing the contents of every tape in their inventory.

ABSTRACT
Elroy Fletcher, proprietor of a beleaguered video store in Passaic, New Jersey, places foster son Mike in charge of his business while out of town on a trip celebrating Fats Waller's hundredth birthday. Enter Mike's bizarre pal Jerry, "magnetized" after unsuccessfully attempting to sabotage a power station; when he visits the store to shoot the breeze with his friend, he inadvertently erases the contents of every tape in the shop's inventory, a calamity forcing our cash-strapped duo to resort to producing home-made versions of hit movies to tide customers over until Elroy's return. The pair's films soon develop a cult following, compounding an already-awkward situation as Mike and Jerry struggle to formulate their next move.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jack Black
Musician
28-Aug-1969   Half of Tenacious D
Mos Def
Rapper
11-Dec-1973   Black On Both Sides
Melonie Diaz
Actor
25-Apr-1984   Be Kind Rewind
Paul Dinello
Comic
28-Nov-1962   Geoffrey Jellineck on Strangers with Candy
Mia Farrow
Actor
9-Feb-1945   Rosemary's Baby
Jon Glaser
Actor
20-Jun-1968   Delocated
Danny Glover
Actor
22-Jul-1946   Lethal Weapon
Sigourney Weaver
Actor
8-Oct-1949   Alien

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