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Humble Pie

Rating:PG-13 (for some thematic elements and violence)
Genre:Comedy, Drama
Release Date:December 4, 2001
Cast:Hubbel Palmer, William Baldwin, Kathleen Quinlan, Mary Lynn Rajskub, Bruce McGill
Director:Chris Bowman
Producer:Derek Ferguson
Writer:Hubbel Palmer
Distributor:Monterey Media

Description: A terminally optimistic working class dreamer attempts to shed a few extra pounds, inspire others, and finally get his driver's license so he can fuel up and set out on the road to success. Tracy (Hubbel Palmer) is a 400 pound grocery clerk who's convinced he's destined for greatness. While he's not taking acting lessons from arrogant washed-up has-been Truman Hope (William Baldwin), Tracy can frequently be found mentoring stolid bag boy Kendis Cooley (Vincent Caso) and his friends despite the disapproval of the gang's bullying boy-leader Shawn (Nick Lashaway). Back at home, Tracy is forced to contend with the religious ramblings of his bible-thumping, self-loathing mother Agnes (Kathleen Quinlan) while simultaneously trying to lift the spirits of his lonely sister Peggy (Mary Lynn Rajskub). Later, as things begin to look up for the love-struck Peggy, Tracy finally begins to sense that true fame is just over the horizon.~ Jason Buchanan, All Movie Guide

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