Roadies

Roadies is a movie starring Stacey Danger, Rob Nagle, and Deborah Dir. A pampered Women's Studies major, forced to leave college when her mother dies, must deal with the father she just met, survive in the foulmouthed,...

Other Titles
Loose Ends
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Drama, Comedy
Director
Devon Armstrong
Writer
Devon Armstrong
Actors
Deborah Dir, Rob Nagle, Stacey Danger, Luljeta Trupi
Country
USA
Year
2017
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about drama «Roadies» (21)

Rachel avatar
Rachel

Last night she met her dad for the first time, and today she's running horsecock cable with Booger and Pirate Joe at the Warner Grand Theater, wondering if the bad bitch they call "Whiskey" is going to kick her ass in the parking lot after work. Meet Janis, torn from a pampered life of academic indulgence by her mom's untimely death, and thrust into the foulmouthed, nicotine-fueled backstage world of the hard-rock roadie. And to make matters worse, she's thrown on the mercy of Mike, her dad, who owns the company--"Bigger Tools"--charges her rent, and doesn't understand why you need a degree to study women. Mike also knows something Janis doesn't: her mother, Liddy, mysteriously left her entire estate, nearly $180,000, to Mike. All she left Janis was a cross-country plane ticket, and Mike's address. Janis knew her mother as the button-down real-estate agent who sold overpriced houses to white-collars in Westchester County, New York. Mike knew her as the free-spirited roadie who disappeared twenty years ago when she became pregnant, ostensibly by Mike, and raised her daughter three thousand miles away. Janis and Mike's newfound relationship is a minefield. To him, she's a self-indulgent brat who's never had to work a day in her life; to her, he's a humorless hard-ass with zero parenting skills and even less empathy. As we get to know them, however, we learn that Mike has a well-hidden sentimental streak, and Janis, despite her suburban upbringing, somehow picked up a healthy dose of street-smarts and a spine of steel. She'll need it to deal with the eccentric and unpredictable crew of wash-outs and wannabes surrounding her. But is Mike her real father? Will Janis survive among the roadies long enough to find out? Why is Booger, an introverted alcoholic stagehand roughly her mother's age, so shook up by her sudden appearance? Answers only lead to more questions as Janis learns that life doesn't always hand you a backstage pass.

Tiffany Diaz avatar
Tiffany Diaz

The story is fascinating; the acting was excellent & the cinematography was incredible. recommended!

Janice avatar
Janice

You should definitely watch this movie. BTW Rob Nagle leads the film with such a confident performance, matching both the cockiness and naivety of his character to great effect.

Frank F. avatar
Frank F.

Very very very entertaining and thrilling film! Rob Nagle was by far my favorite character in this movie! She was great in this movie, so slick and cool!! And of course Deborah Dir is great in here, such a great hero, as he is in most movies.

Patricia avatar
Patricia

I've not seen a good movie like this for a while. It’s well acted and enjoyable.

Christian Gonzales avatar
Christian Gonzales

Devon Armstrong story is brought to the screen with great elegance and excitement.

Joe B. avatar
Joe B.

Our whole family loved it.

Edward avatar
Edward

Superb acting, excellent story-line, great flow. I highly recommend!

Stephen M. avatar
Stephen M.

Rob Nagle does an amazing job and the movie is very well-made. I would recommend to anyone.

Aaron avatar
Aaron

Drop everything and go see it right now. If already seen, see it again!!!

Kevin J. avatar
Kevin J.

Engrossing, Epic, Emotional. Those are the three E's that define this movie.

Janet B. avatar
Janet B.

One of the better movies I've seen lately.