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Old Fashioned

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Old Fashioned

Film Description:

Chivalry make a comeback.

Former frat boy Clay Walsh has given up his reckless lifestyle and settled down to run an antique shop in a small Midwestern college town. Determined to put his partying ways behind him, Clay has become notorious for his lofty and outdated theories on love and romance. But when Amber Hewson, a free-spirited woman with a gypsy soul, rents the apartment above his shop, Clay cannot resist being attracted to her spontaneous and passionate embrace of life.

Release Date: (Theaters) February 14, 2015

Release Date: (DVD/Blu-ray) June 16, 2015

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Film Cast

  • Elizabeth Ann Roberts … Amber
  • Rik Swartzwelder … Clay
  • LeJon Woods … David
  • Tyler Hollinger … Brad
  • Nini Hadjis … Lisa
  • Maryanne Nagel … Carol
  • Lindsay Heath … Trish
  • Joseph Bonamico … George
  • Dorothy Silver … Aunt Zella
  • Ange’le Perez … Cosie
  • Anne Marie Nestor … Kelly
  • Frank Jones Jr. … Old Man
  • Todd McCune … Mike the Security Guard
  • Stephen R. Campanella … Justice of the Peace
  • William K. Baker … Liquor Store Clerk
  • Eric Frank … Store Customer / Bar Patron
  • McKenzie Mack … Child Singer in Church Choir
  • Marie A. Garton … Sidewalk Patron
  • Kathy Vogel … Party Girl
  • Kevin Fox … Drunk Customer Liquor Store / Bar Patron
  • Jason Botsford … Hotel Patron
  • Maria Perossa … Barmaid
  • Tom Shafer … Guest at Party

Film Company Contact Details

Company: Freestyle Releasing Representative:
Phone: +1 323 330 9920 Fax:
Email: Contact Address: Los Angeles, CA

Film Details

Old Fashioned, 3.0 out of 5 based on 1 rating

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  1. Steve says
    18 April 15, 8:06pm

    The critics found it to be painfully slow and the moral implications unattainable in today’s society, and I agree with their assessment, Still, I found the movie delightfully refreshing and uplifting as a small beacon of hope for what ‘could be’ if the church would withdraw from its Pharasee like piety and actually LIVE the life Christ implored His followers to live. As a first effort Rik did a great job writing and directing. Christian films are in their infancy right now and many directors are just getting started. As they produce more films it stands to reason they will get better. One only had to look at the improvement of the Kendrick brothers and their evolution from Flywheel to Courageous. And the Erwin brothers are not far behind with the recent Mom’s Night Out.

    Don’t let the critics sway you – Christian movies are worthwhile if for nothing more than to have quality entertainment that can be watched as a family without cringing in front of the kids.

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