The 60 Yard Line
Drama, Romance, Comedy, Family, Sport
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Leif Gantvoort
Cedric Yarbrough as David Cartwright
Jeff Dye as Jeff Dye
Hal Perry as Radio Announcer
Kimberley Crossman as Amy Etzman
Porter Kelly as Karen
Leif Gantvoort as Greg Hayes
Chelsey Crisp as Jody Johnson
Eddie Alfano as Coy Petruziello
Chuck Liddell as Himself
Dana Daurey as Vanessa
Michael Patrick McGill as Lambrew Beer Dad
John D'Aquino as John Zagowski
Mindy Sterling as Linda Zagowski
Randall Park as Trapper
Earl Mann as Narrator
Storyline: Based on a true story. Set during the 2009 Football season. Ben 'Zagger' Zagowski and Nick 'Polano' Polano, best friends and co-workers, buy a house in the parking lot of Lambeau Field (home of the Packers), and are forced to pick between a football fan lifestyle and a girl. Lives change. There's a cow.

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A fun look at Packer fandom with a few love stories...
This was an entertaining, albeit predictable, story about living in the shadows of Lambeau Field. Ben loves Amy. Ben loves the Packers. He is forced to choose. He grows up. My biggest complaint is that Ben is supposed to be a huge Packer Know-it-ALL. But, at one point he claims the Packers have won 11 World Championships. The movie was set in 2009. As of that season, the Green Bay Packers were 12-time World Champions. Of course, Green Bay won another championship after the 2010 season, bringing their total to 13. And, one last thing: The Bears Still Suck.
Date Night.... if your bf is a Packers Geek
Ryan Churchill basically produced this film on a small budget, much like Sherwood Films did with Facing the Giants. I do think he hit a niche market among Packers' fans and the DVD sales will be big as most under 40 Green Bay fans will "have to have" this movie. As for plot and humor, it's much like a 100 other movies you've seen with guys being guys, everybody drinking, some crude sex references, your one allotted PG13 F-Bomb, etc. Some former and current Packers players do make cameos in the film, as does Chuck Liddell, I'm guessing their time was donated. Lot of stock footage of Packers fans stating why they are Green Bay fans. So, there you have it. I didn't feel terrible about spending 20 bucks on it, had a few laughs, shook my head at other moments. No Academy Award for Churchill now, or ever for that matter. But pretty sure he has a one hit wonder to rest upon if he wisely chooses to do so. Reasonably enjoyable movie. :)