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Millie (Christy Scott Cashman, Edge of Darkness) and Al’s (Jay Harrington, “Ted” in ABC’s Better Off Ted) egg business is struggling … and so is their marriage. Fortunately, they may have a savior … reality television!
Following a chance encounter with a producer named Ira (Michael Panes, We Bought a Zoo, Confessions of a Shopaholic, Infamous), Millie agrees to be featured on Cut the Crap, hosted by everyone’s favorite hippie-yogi, personal growth guru Angela Lovecraft (Parker Posey, Broken English, Superman Returns, You’ve Got Mail), the ultimate free-spirit, who lives in the moment with only the slightest grasp of reality.
Livid, Al refuses to participate – creating even more friction – spending most of his time on his boat. In just days, Ira realizes that Millie is … well …boring! In an effort to spice things up, he follows Al, who is lunching with a mysterious woman, and hints to Millie that he might be doing more than fishing.
Just when divorce seems inevitable, Angela uses her new age powers to remind the couple why they love each other and, in return, learns that it’s fun to have your feet on the ground, rather than your head in the clouds.
And together, they might just answer that age-old question … What came first, the chicken or the egg?
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As it turns out Millie and the farming life lacks drama, so the produces decide to create their own. Unfortunately the show was too predictable for me to feel any drama. Kathryn Erbe plays Millie's sister who wants to be photographed. The humor in the show was showing Posey being a free spirit, running around in a circle with her arms extended saying things like, "If it's white, don't bite" or "there is no place like Om." Millie gets lines like telling her son to "stop choking the chicken." There should have been more of a give and take between the two women. The movie is about how these two opposites become sisters on a higher plane, reach an understanding and influence each others life. Unfortunately the writing and editing didn't deliver this film as well as it should. More of a "chick" flick.
Original title: "Sunny Side Up."
Parental Guide: No f-bombs, sex, or nudity.