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Bumbling PI Bubba Mabry (Jay Mohr) will take any assignment to pay the rent, so when JG (Mike Starr) offers him some serious cash to protect a mystery client from an overzealous reporter, Bubba thinks he's got it made...but he gets more than he bargained for when he discovers his client is Elvis, aka "Mr. Aaron" (Robert Patrick) who has faked his death and is planning a comeback. When the case takes a wild twist and the reporter turns up dead with Bubba as the prime suspect, he enlists the help of street-wise Rodent (Katt Williams) for some fast answers. With Detective Romero (Paul Rodriguez), Captain Morgan (Ernie Hudson), the beautiful bombshell Bambi Gamble (Nikki Cox), and a sexy tabloid editor, Felicia Quattlebaum (Lindsay Price), hot on Bubba's tail in this whodunit, a rock-n-roll roller coaster unfolds! Also starring Joe Mantegna.
Special Feature(s): Widescreen; Behind-the-scenes cast interviews; "Making of Elvis"; "When the Rebel Comes Home" music video; Three exclusive songs
Excellent but corny movie. I am a fan of Elvis and am writing a book about him and a Elvis wannabe, so it was entertaining.
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This was pretty damn awful. I so wanted to like because Kevin Chapman (Fusco on Person of Interest) was one of its producers and I really like him as an actor. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Wendy
Good acting and interesting story line. It was nice to see a movie treat Elvis with respect and not make him look Iike a cartoon character. Just a fun movie.Published 4 months ago by Randy Bales
It's a bit cheesy and predictable like most dumbed down formulaic films of today. I bought it because i'm a huge Elvis fan and the best part of this silly film is the make up... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Dennis Huskins
THE MOVIE WAS A LITLE BORING AT THE BEGINNING TILL THE MAIN CHARACTER, ELVIS BEGAN SHOWING UP IN THE MOVIE. WHEN HE DID, IT WAS AMAZING. Read morePublished 7 months ago by John Steed