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Home, James (2014)

Not Rated | | Drama, Romance | 18 April 2014 (USA)
Home, James is a romance that follows James, a local Tulsa photographer as he falls for Cooper, a party girl looking for a way out of town, who both inspires him to take a chance with his ... See full summary »


Jonathan Rossetti


Julie Gearheard (co-writer), Jonathan Rossetti (co-writer)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Jonathan Rossetti ... James
Kerry Knuppe ... Cooper
Julie Gearheard Julie Gearheard ... Sam
Rick Dacey Rick Dacey ... Mike
Kathleen Rose Perkins ... Anita Massie
Marshall Bell ... Larry
Mary Quick ... Tara
Teresa Reilly ... Melissa
Leigh Anne Joyce Leigh Anne Joyce ... Emily
Mary Beth Babcock Mary Beth Babcock ... Herself
Maggie Kiley ... Mother
Rod McLachlan ... Father
London Raftery ... Little Girl
Beckett Konstantine Beckett Konstantine ... Little Boy
Torey Byrne ... Faith


Home, James is a romance that follows James, a local Tulsa photographer as he falls for Cooper, a party girl looking for a way out of town, who both inspires him to take a chance with his art and begins destroying his life with her drinking. Written by Anonymous

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If home is where the heart is, what happens when your heart says to leave home?


Drama | Romance


Not Rated


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Release Date:

18 April 2014 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA

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Color | Color (HD)

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Improbable relationship
29 December 2017 | by focus_e_usSee all my reviews

The movie starts out charmingly. Ambitious photographer who uses a darkroom and has a quirky friendship with the girl at the counter who also goes to school as a liberal arts major, thus the chemistry. Okay, a night that he is taking folks home for a fee from bars (his scooter in the trunk), he happens upon a seemingly wealthy socialite with no real responsibility and is very drunk for a lot of the movie which is well-acted. She takes a shine to him but warns him she is planning on moving to NYC, and during the course of the relationship, asks him if he'll go with her. He balks, says Tulsa is his home (and good cinematography of Tulsa it is), and so they go back and forth, and finally, she is shown cleaning out her apartment, and he gets his own photography show. They an encounter at the end and by the look they give each other, we assume the outcome of the story. In between this, the storyline of the quirky friend is tied up neatly.

Anyway, the script was bad. There were some very strange lines written, and from my observation, the personality Jonathan Rossetti, (James) exudes, would not attract a beautiful socialite that Cooper was in real life. He does not exude the confidence or looks to get Cooper who was a 10, and the better actor. In fact, most of the actors were better than Rossetti. He should not have cast himself for that role, I hate to say. Therefore, it was not a believable scenario.

Again, the cinematography was superb. The music was great. It started out sweet. To put this together, the immense amount of work, panned out well to get it on DVD and distributed, but not great. I'm sure the next effort will be better.

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