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Jimmy, a longtime roadie for the legendary Blue Oyster Cult, has been fired by the band. With nowhere else to go, he returns home to see his aging mom in Forest Hills, Queens, where a wild encounter with two old high school friends shows him that some things never change.
I admit that the main reason I love Roadie so much is because it's a fictional story about a man (Ron Eldard) who tells everyone he's a roadie for Blue Oyster Cult, one of my... Read morePublished 7 days ago by Bryan
While there are a couple scenes with some real raw emotion the bulk of this film goes nowhere. This should have started with us finding out what he did to get fired and ended with... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ron Baker
The hard lessons of life: dreams are just dreams; they only come true for the very lucky few.
In this movie, however, not for Jimmie the roadie. Read more
Didn't really care for the ending but since it's a true lived story, it is what it is!Published 4 months ago by Kristina
After seeing a few reviews and opinions on this film, I thought it would neat and interesting to go ahead and purchase this without even watching it first and I'm glad to say I... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Thirty-Ought Six
Slow paced but good 'lost dreams story". The actress was very cool as was Eldard. Priceless point in time piece and great reflection of generations dysfunctions.Published 6 months ago by cclong