Gentlemen Broncos

Gentlemen Broncos

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Aspiring sci-fi author and awkward home-school student Benjamin is over the moon when he attends a writing camp where he gets to meet his hero, writer Ronald Chevalier. Unfortunately, the pompous hero to the geeks is fresh out of ideas, and instead of reading Benjamin's manuscript - a high-adventure tale called Yeast Lords - and giving the student some notes, Chevalier steals the story and uses it for his next book. Now if he ever wants to help his mom jumpstart her business as a modest lingerie designer, or impress the bewitching Lonnie, Benjamin has to prove that the author pilfered his ideas.

Product Details

Release Date: 03/02/2010
UPC: 0024543602545
Original Release: 2009
Rating: PG-13
Source: 20th Century Fox
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby Surround, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
Time: 1:29:00

Special Features

Closed Caption; ; Outtakes; One Nutty Movie: Behind The Scenes; Deleted Scenes

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Michael Angarano Benjamin Purvis
Jennifer Coolidge Judith
Jemaine Clement Ronald Chevalier
Mike White Dusty
Sam Rockwell Bronco/Brutus
Héctor Jimenez Lonnie Donaho
Halley Feiffer Tabatha
Josh Pais Todd Keefe
Edgar Oliver Duncan/Lord Daysius
Clive Revill Cletus
John Pleshette Merve
Rod Decker Rod Decker
Johnny Hoops Kanaya/Kenonka
Suzanne May Vanaya/Venonka
John Baker Don Carlos
Jeanette Puhich Sherry
Jon Shere Boom Operator
Daniel "Doc" Love Camera Operator
Brian Unger Journalist
Isaac Demke Loyal Fan
Steve Berg Obnoxious Fan
Kristie Conway Nerdy Girl
Robin Ballard Female Assistant
Kristin Brewer Lady Shopper
Edward Osborn Gross Guy
Jizelle Jade Jurquina Troll Girl
Isaac Russell Skinny Boy
Benji Hughes Dad Photo

Technical Credits
Jared Hess Director,Executive Producer,Screenwriter
Ben Le Clair Executive Producer
David Wingo Score Composer
Chris DeMuri Art Director
Jerusha Hess Executive Producer,Screenwriter
John Kelly Producer
April Napier Costumes/Costume Designer
Randall Poster Musical Direction/Supervision
Munn Powell Cinematographer
Duff Rich Associate Producer
Yuka Ruell Editor
J. Scott Smiley Asst. Director
Meredith Tucker Casting
Mike White Producer
Richard A. Wright Production Designer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Gentlemen Broncos
1. Main Titles [2:04]
2. Hitting the Road [7:18]
3. My Nads! [3:50]
4. Cletus Fest [2:47]
5. The Power of Suffix [1:52]
6. Take Me There [4:56]
7. Decent Beginnings [5:32]
8. I Like It! [3:32]
9. Guardian Angel [1:08]
10. A Very Big Deal [1:56]
11. Action! [2:20]
12. Feeling Like Crap [2:17]
13. Way Better Than the Book [2:56]
14. For the Money [2:47]
15. Two for One [:36]
16. Crush Them! [1:35]
17. World Premiere [4:51]
18. I Don't Believe This! [4:31]
19. Things Are Changing [2:31]
20. Fighting Like a Man [4:48]
21. You're a Fraud [4:11]
22. Since He Was Seven [:43]
23. Victory! [1:15]
24. Such Talent (End Titles) Epilogue [3:49]

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Gentlemen Broncos 2.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
SC2010 More than 1 year ago
As a fan of both Jemaine Clement and Sam Rockwell, I enjoyed this film immensely. I like offbeat humor, and the subtleties of their acting performances (intertwined with the absurdity and quirkiness of the plot) shine brightly. If you can't handle a bit of weirdness in your films, you may not like this. Not every Jared Hess film can replicate the sweet awkwardness of Napoleon Dynamite, so if it's Napoleon Dynamite you're expecting, this isn't for you. The creativity and imagination in the science fiction storytelling element of this film is what I enjoyed the most, as well as all scenes with Clement and Rockwell.
bookin-it More than 1 year ago
Jared Hess, the director, did not have the magic touch this third time around. He directed Napoleon Dynamite as well as Nacho Libre. You may not have ever heard of this movie, and there's a good reason why you haven't. Compared to his other films, this movie does not even come close to matching up. Even standing alone, this movie was very disappointing. It did have its funny moments, but they were few and fleeting. I think the mistake Jared Hess made here was that he tried to focus on a plot more than just random happenings that all eventually lead to a bigger picture. That's what made Napoleon so popular: It was like, "Finally, a comedy without a plot or some love story to slow it down. Not since Dumb and Dumber have we seen that!" With Gentlemen Broncos, it's more like, "I found two funny jokes in this plot that just didn't belong here."