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Junebug (2005)

Director: Phil Morrison

Writer: Angus MacLachlan

Original Music: Yo La Tengo

Producers: Mindy Goldberg; Mike S. Ryan

Keywords: Comedy, Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Amy Adams
20-Aug-1974   Junebug
Matt Besser
22-Sep-1967   Upright Citizens Brigade
Embeth Davidtz
11-Aug-1965   Matilda
Benjamin McKenzie
12-Sep-1978   The O.C.
Alessandro Nivola
28-Jun-1972   Laurel Canyon
Will Oldham
1970   Enigmatic folk singer, actor
Scott Wilson
29-Mar-1942 6-Oct-2018 In Cold Blood


Amy Adams   ...   Ashley
Embeth Davidtz   ...   Madeleine
Benjamin McKenzie   ...   Johnny
Celia Weston   ...   Peg
Scott Wilson   ...   Eugene
David Kuhn   ...   Auctioneer
Alessandro Nivola   ...   George
Alicia Van Couvering   ...   Bernadette
Jerry Minor   ...   Scout Who Stays Outside
Matt Besser   ...   Scout Who Goes In
Will Oldham   ...   Bill Mooney, Scout
Frank Hoyt Taylor   ...   David Wark
Bobby Tisdale   ...   Norman at Replacements, Ltd.
Beth Bostic   ...   Lucille, the Neighbor
Joanne Pankow   ...   Sissy, David Wark's Sister
R. Keith Harris   ...   Bud, Young Pastor
Kevin Harlow Jasper   ...   Hollerin' Man
Dan McLamb   ...   Hollerin' Man
Jeffrey Dean Foster   ...   Gallery Assistant
Laura Lashley   ...   Gallery Assistant
Chuck Russell   ...   Chuck at Replacements Ltd.
Tarra Jolly   ...   Tarra at Replacements, Ltd.
Jill Wagner   ...   Millicent, Friend at Shower
Amy Barefoot   ...   Kitty, Friend at Shower
Jamie Castlebury   ...   Woman at Shower
Carrie Daniel   ...   Bonnie, Friend at Shower
John A. Van Couvering   ...   Meerkat Expert
Caitlin Van Hecke   ...   Emily, Pastor's Wife
Gregory Wagoner   ...   Young Singer at Church
John Eddie McGee   ...   Older Singer at Church
Teresa Fowler   ...   Nurse #1
Victoria Houston Jackson   ...   Nurse #2
Annette Beatty   ...   Dr. Beatty
Katherine Foster   ...   Pregnant Patient


Review by Paul Venter (posted on 3-Mar-2008)

I gave this movie the normal 5 minutes to see whether it was worth watching and was captivated for the duration. It avoids almost all of the normal Hollywood cliches. The scenes are breathtaking in their simplicity and impact and never linger long enough to become boring. The storyline is appealingly straightforward - a big city art gallery owner meets up for the first time with her new husband's bible-belt family, and signs up a new artist at the same time. Embeth Davidtz is superb as the gallery owner and new wife.

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