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Elvis Has Left the Building

Rating:PG-13
Genre:Drama
Release Date:January 1, 2004
Cast:Sean Astin, Richard Barela, Kim Basinger, Jeff Bates, Peter Comstock
Director:Joel Zwick
Producer:Tova Laiter
Writer:Mitchell Ganem, Adam-Michael Garber
Distributor:Capitol Films

Description: One woman's unusual relationship with rock & roll's greatest icon leads her into an unexpected romance in this comedy. Harmony Jones (Kim Basinger) saw Elvis Presley in concert when she was a child, and the event had a profound impact on her, as she communicates with the youthful spirit of the King of Rock 'n' Roll on a regular basis. However, Harmony has notoriously bad luck with Elvis impersonators, who tend to drop dead when she's around. After accidentally running into a carload of Elvis tribute performers, Harmony abandons her career selling cosmetics door to door and hits the road, hoping to outrun the lawmen who are now on her trail. As Harmony roams the highways, she meets Miles Taylor (John Corbett), a lawyer from New York City trying to escape some troubles of his own. Directed by Joel Zwick, who made the surprise hit My Big Fat Greek Wedding, Elvis Has Left the Building also stars Annie Potts, Sean Astin, and Billy Ray Cyrus.~ Mark Deming, All Movie Guide

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