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It will debut at the Little Rock Film Festival next month.
Remember the documentary film about former Arkansas quarterback Mitch Mustain that we mentioned last year? Well, it's almost finished, and it's set to debut at the Little Rock Film Festival next month.
This post was edited by wps88 12 months ago
BornToBeRed said: WPS, just a head's up. We might be the most family-friendly board on the network, so take it easy on your normal wps-ness.
I'm only responsible for what I SAY, not for what YOU UNDERSTAND.
All six people that care about his life story will thoroughly enjoy this film I'm sure.
He was the hero of those nitwits who used to email me all the time with some keyboard toughness. They won't let him go away that was their glory time. I remember one of the bright ones (sarcastic) called me on the radio the day he got arrested in California and said it was Nutt's fault he got arrested. He said that Nutt mistreated the kid so badly it ruined his career and caused him to do the things he did. I seriously think that man had to get someone to dial the phone for him, not sure he could do it on his own.
Count in the two cousins. Thats 8.
Please do not try to spoil this for the eight.
Home is where the heart is. This is a map of mine.
Yeah I shouldn't spoil it. I'm sure there are tons of people that are interested in the life story of an Arena League backup QB that tried to be a minor league pitcher and tried to sell cars and tried to sell drugs and tried to play college football .......but failed at all of it.
The title should be "Mitch Mustain = Fail. Now come watch it."
This post was edited by 1stHogFanon247 12 months ago
Nolan is narrating it. Here's a pretty boring trailer for those interested:
In 2005, Mitch Mustain was the most decorated high school football player in all of America. Named the first ever consensus Gatorade, Parade, and USA Today Player
He should of gave Gary Brashears from Clarksville a minute or two in the Video as well.
I love how they always come up with the 8-0 as starter. That included one series against South Carolina where he threw an interception if I'm not mistaken. Also, I know that Darren McFadden, Felix Jones, Peyton Hillis, Marcus Monk, Chris Houston, Jamaal Anderson and those guys had nothing to do with that 8-0 record. As I said, the ones who have the mancrush on Mustain and can't get over it that was their shining star in their life.
Mine was Brashears, JK
It prolly stars momma to I will never watch that crap. I would rather watch College tennis than that
It's just amazing to me a documentary is done on Mustain, but nothing on guys like Quinn Grovey, Matt Jones, Clint Stoerner and some others who actually did it on the field for the Hogs.
Well people can make films about anything they want to make them about. So with that being said, I'm going to make one called -
"They call her Otis, Recruiting queen of Mena"
What do you think of the title ?
But the thing I is I get it and I wish I didnt...
dumb (I mean ignorant "I saw that boy play and he was the greatest:) bangwagon meet dedicated parents whose son can do no wrong...
this documentary is everything... AND I MEAN EVERYTHING WRONG WITH SOCIETY Do you guys know how many fathers work for smokey hollow or interstate sign 80 hours a week to put their kids through school? Mustain and his group are punks and need to get real jobs... thats my opinion. Im sorry if you want to disagree.
I mean seriously... A documentary is suppose to make the public think and teach something.... what is this one going to teach us? Ill refrain from answering my own question.... I pity the fools that pay money or time to watch this garbage.
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