Bravetown

Synopsis: Josh is a lost soul with an extraordinary musical talent set on a journey to encounter what he was least expecting but undoubtedly needed most. Feeling like it's him against the world at first, his path is crossed by many people looking for their own fate, that in the end, his presence in their lives turns out to be of extraordinary importance.
Genre: Drama, Music
Director(s): Daniel Duran
Production: Entertainment One
 
IMDB:
6.3
Metacritic:
36
Rotten Tomatoes:
20%
R
Year:
2015
112 min
Website
141 Views


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Sorry, fellas,

this is an exclusive event.

Invite only, make way.

Good evening, ladies.

Have fun.

What's up, man?

Hey!

Awesome, boy!

Hey, label guys.

Atomic Records, I think.

Dude, you know that is

not the first,

but the second group this week?

Man, you're getting a deal

real soon, real soon.

Come on, how do these guys

sell music

when they don't got inch of

rhythm in their entire body?

Nah, I'm way too sober

for this. Here.

I had one already.

All right, have half.

Yeah, man.

Yo, hold down the fort.

I'm gonna show these kids

how it's done.

Joshy boy!

Hey, you got this.

Baby, why don't you wash

that shirt soon?

'Cause then it won't smell

like I work there.

I'm sure employees

that actually work there

wash their uniforms

every once in a while.

Am I gonna see you

tomorrow?

Of course.

Good.

...and guaranteed

moisture repellent,

your friends will think

you paid thousands

for your new kitchen.

But at Cabinets To Go,

prices start at $995

for 10 feet of upper and lower

solid wood cabinets.

Call now for a free catalogue

at 1-800...

Man, I passed out

last night.

Did we talk?

No.

What time did you

get home?

Around four.

Why so late?

We had a sewage problem

at work.

Had to clean the floors.

They don't have private

companies or something

that takes care of that sh*t?

There's no milk?

Hey.

You are on fire!

I have a treat for you.

Oh, yeah?

Whoo, man.

It is a party tonight!

Yeah.

Here you go.

I had two already.

Whoa, whoa,

this ain't Molly.

What is it?

Something tight.

This will take you

to the moon and back,

and you ain't even

gonna blink.

I don't know, man.

Oh, come on!

And I'm telling you, Pandora

has landed on my brain.

So, whatever you're doing

right here, Joshy boy,

it's about to get

a whole lot faster.

Ah, ha-ha!

All right, you got to buckle up

'cause we're about to lift off,

and we're all coming with you.

Yeah, Joshy boy!

Paging Dr. Bedford.

Paging Dr. Bedford, please.

Are you his...

I'm his mother, yes.

What happened?

He overdosed.

We flushed his stomach.

He's stable.

I'm going to let him

rest for a bit,

and I'll come check on him

later.

Damn it, Josh.

God!

You just got us both

in a whole load of trouble.

Damn it!

Good morning, sleepy head.

Your mother signed the release

before she left.

Said she had to go to work.

Do you understand how screwed

we are right now?

No, you don't.

You don't even care.

You have to stand in front

of a judge next week!

I don't even know how I'm going

to pay for an attorney.

I don't get paid until Friday!

Josh, I know you can hear me.

Josh! Josh!

Mr. Harvest, despite

all your priors,

that include disorderly conduct,

drug possession, forgery,

identity theft, vandalism,

despite all of that,

this court has decided

not to inflict any more pain

on your mother

with any kind of prison time

on your person.

However, you will have to submit

to drug rehabilitation

and professional counselling

for a period of 12 months.

But with your mother's

busy schedule,

and given that you are still

a minor in need of supervision,

this court cannot take

the chance

you will fail to meet

these requirements.

Your mother has informed me that

your father, Jim T. Wallace,

is alive and well, and has

agreed to look after you

for the remainder of your

17th year,

and/or until you comply

with this court's order,

whichever comes later.

Failure to comply with all

of these requirements

will result in your arrest,

at which point the court will

determine your punishment

in accordance with state law.

Is that understood?

Yeah.

"Yes, Your Honour."

Yes, Your Honour.

Good, this court is adjourned.

Hey.

It's clean.

Could have done that myself.

Been doing it for a while now.

Listen to me, I just can't do

this alone anymore.

Do what?

Take care of your son?

You haven't been doing it alone.

You haven't been doing it

at all.

What are you talking about?

I have been here for you

since your father split.

Did you forget that?

For me?

You can't even make rent.

There's never food

in the fridge.

I buy my own clothes.

Hey.

When have you been there

for me?

Hey!

I stopped doing drugs

for you.

It wasn't easy,

but I did it for you.

Yeah, that's a good one.

What do you want from me?

Nothing!

I don't want anything

from you.

Not anymore.

Why are you crying?

'Cause I'm sick and tired

of you blaming me

for everything that's happened

in your life, okay?

Are you serious?

You're a real piece of work,

you know that?

You might just be the most

selfish person I know.

Selfish?

You want hear about selfish?

I didn't even want to have you!

Your dad, he...

He convinced me,

making all these promises.

So, I did it for him

because he wanted you,

and I loved him, okay?

And then, he split!

He wasn't even there the day

you were born 'cause he split.

He just left us,

so don't make me the bad guy

in this story, okay?

Don't!

I'm not a bad guy!

I'm not a bad guy.

Josh!

Hi, I'm Jim.

Come on, let's go.

So, how was your trip?

It was all right.

Whoa.

You need a hand

with that?

I got it.

I, uh, made up your room

about as young as I could.

Didn't have much time

to shop, so...

Your mother said that you

like music.

Yeah.

All right, I'll let you

get settled.

- You've reached Kerry.

- Leave a message.

Hey, it's me.

It's sh*t here. Call me.

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