Cody Hoyt, flic peu discipliné, assiste régulièrement aux réunions des Alcooliques Anonymes mais ce n’est pas gagné… Quand son parrain des A.A. trouve la mort dans l’incendie de sa maison, le shérif décide très vite qu’il s’agit d’un suicide : pas question d’augmenter le quota de meurtres dans son secteur à la veille des élections. …
McLemore Avenue is a 1970 album by Booker T. & the M.G.s, consisting entirely of mostly instrumental covers of songs from the Beatles' album Abbey Road (released only months earlier, in September 1969). The title and cover are an homage to the Beatles album, 926 East McLemore Avenue being the address of the Stax studio in Memphis, as Abbey Road was for EMI in London.
Booker T. Jones said, "I was in California when I heard Abbey Road, and I thought it was incredibly courageous of The Beatles to drop their format and move out musically like they did. To push the limit like that and reinvent themselves when they had no need to do that. They were the top band in the world but they still reinvented themselves. The music was just incredible so I felt I needed to pay tribute to it."
A boy dreams of flying and grows up to make those dreams real. Eleven-year-old Zac (Michael Cera, Juno, Superbad) is constantly inventing flying machines with the help of his friend Laura. As the two grow up they separate, but both become pilots. Sixteen years later, while visiting Laura at her aerial mechanics shop in Arizona, Zac is challenged to an aerobatic duel by a rival. The result is a thrilling flying sequence over the Grand Canyon.