DVD Head Over Spurs in Love

DVD Head Over Spurs in Love
DVD Head Over Spurs in Love

Run time: 95 min
Rating: 4.1
Genres: Comedy
Director: Ana Zins
Writers: Sheryl Umayam, Ana Zins
Stars: Daniel Bonjour, Leena Huff, Jesse Johnson
On Christmas weekend in a quaint Texas hotel, JOE BINGHAM, runs into the love of his life, AMY WALKER, the one that got away, she’s visiting home for the holiday. The kick is, it’s on the eve of Joe’s white-winter wedding nuptials to DAISY SPUR, the girl next door who he’s settling for. So, Joe has one night to find out if there’s a chance he can get back together with Amy before he marries Daisy with no regrets. Written by MG
Plot Keywords: texas
Country: USA
Release Date: 26 March 2011 (USA)


  1. Amy (Leena Huff) and Joe (Daniel Bonjour) are new high school graduates in a small Texas town. Very much in love, the couple also have plans to go out of state to college and then onto a big metropolis, like Los Angeles. But, Joe is hesitant. His parents are divorcing, making his dad lonely, and he, the son, already has a great job at a furniture store. On the day the two are to leave, a misunderstanding planted by a young girl, Daisy, with a crush on Joe, breaks up the lovers. Joe stays, Amy goes. Flash forward seven years. Joe is still in his Texas town and the just-appointed manager of the furniture store. He also makes his own unique pieces on the side. More importantly, he is about to walk down the aisle with Daisy, all grown up, and the furniture store owner's daughter. But, oh, the day before the big event, Amy comes back to town. It seems she now runs a furniture design place in LA and she "borrowed" one of Joe's old patterns for a new piece. Therefore, she has returned to make certain this adaptation is okay with Joe. Panic ensues for our Joe. He whisks Amy away when she comes calling, to inform her that he, Joe, is the best man at the wedding of Daisy to assistant store manager, Beau (Jesse Johnson, Don's son). A comedy of errors is born, with Joe doing his best to cover his tracks until he can find out if Amy still cares for him. Joe is certain he STILL loves his former flame. How will it all shake down? This is an okay romcom, marred by crude and politically incorrect situations, at times. Obviously, it is a low budget type affair, with no big stars and no mighty aspirations. That said, it really does have some humor and the Texas setting is quite nice. But, as stated, it contains enough offensive material to damage the final product. Fans of romantic comedy who are desperately seeking something new will find it acceptable. All others will need back-up films to insert in the proverbial machine when this one gets yanked out.

  2. I had high hopes for this movie based on the outline, but was quite disappointed. The cast consists of great looking actors, but for most of the movie, things seemed awkward and lacked smooth transition from scene to scene. A little too predictable.

    Much of the first part of the movie focuses on poking fun at Christians.

    While I'm not a fan of radical religion of any sort, this movie goes to far to be considered funny. The movie would have been much funnier without the extreme anti-Christian comments! The last part of the story line was pretty good. The ending was okay.

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