Directed by Eric Close. With Wes Brown, Kellie Pickler, Tamara Austin, Ned Vaughn. A Chicago-based business executive travels to Memphis to secure one of the city's oldest family-owned banks. While in Memphis, Laurel reunites with an old flame Clay, a local music promoter with loftier aspirations.
Yes, Mister Hatcher…
Ugh. This is not how corporate America works. And there’s probably no way she’s working out of a cubicle and about to be promoted to VP of an organization that looks like this.
It’s not frequently that one sees an actress with an accent this deep appearing in television or film.
(0:14) As I watch this I’m wondering when we get a Pickler song, but Elvis Christmas songs seem to be dominating the soundtrack.
(0:39) We had a small singing tease about 20 minutes in, but it’s taken this long to hear an actual song? And dear God! Why did they opt to overproduce the music and have her lip sync? Blech…
(0:42) I’m really very distracted by the excessiveness of Pickler’s surely phony eyelashes.