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I'll Be There

2006-03-30 12:14

An aging rocker (Craig Ferguson) gets his second wind when he discovers that he's got an adolescent daughter (Charlotte Church) from a fling with one of his fans. When they meet, she instantly takes to him and, against the wishes of her mother (Jemma Redgrave), she follows him on tour.

Craig Ferguson's claim to fame:

Craig Ferguson plays Drew Carey's English boss in the Drew Carey show. He also stared in the British comedy Saving Grace with Brenda Blethlyn.

Charlotte Church - From angel to rock chick

Church, hailed as the "Angel-voiced Welsh lass" is known for her operatic style and albums "Live from Jerusalem" and "A Musical Christmas from the Vatican". Featured in one of the episodes of the CBS TV series "Touched by an Angel", it seems like Church has moved from gospel goody to more adventurous roles.

What the critics are saying:

" ill-advised vanity project that will do little to salvage its star's sullied reputation."
- Neil Smith, BBCi

"This film is pure escapism, and is the best film I've seen so far this year. If you go to see any film, make sure it is this one!"
- Laura Pearson, Movie Gazette

"It's Charlotte Church's celluloid debut, and it's not quite - not quite - as awful as it might have been."
- Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian

A light comedy about an ageing rocker and his budding relationship with his teenage daughter.

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