Randy and the Mob

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Randy and the Mob
Poster of the movie Randy and The Mob.jpg
Directed by Ray McKinnon
Produced by Lisa Blount
Walton Goggins
Benjy Griffith
David Koplan
D. Scott Lumpkin
Phil Walden
Written by Ray McKinnon
Starring Ray McKinnon
Lisa Blount
Walton Goggins
Bill Nunn
Burt Reynolds
Music by John Swihart
Cinematography Jonathan Sela
Edited by Jim Makiej
Distributed by Vivendi Entertainment
Lightyear Entertainment
Release date
  • October 13, 2007 (2007-10-13) (Austin Film Festival)
  • September 1, 2009 (2009-09-01) (United States)
Country United States
Language English

Randy and the Mob is a 2007 comedy film written, directed and starring Ray McKinnon. It also stars Lisa Blount, Walton Goggins and Bill Nunn, with a cameo by Burt Reynolds.

Randy and the Mob was filmed in August 2005 in several locations in and around Atlanta, Georgia, mostly in Villa Rica, Georgia. The film won the Audience Choice Award at the Nashville Film Festival.


'Good ol’ boy' Randy Pearson can’t seem to help getting in over his head with his various businesses. His latest scheme to keep his businesses afloat goes awry when a long-standing debt becomes due to a couple of low level Italian mobsters. And the IRS wants to talk to Randy too! Randy’s forced to swing into action, but his only hope is a helping hand from his carpal-tunneled, baton-teaching wife, Charlotte; his estranged, gay twin brother, Cecil, and Tino Armani, a mysterious modern day prophet with a knack for high fashion, Italian cooking and clogging. They serve as a powerful reminder of the strength of Southern roots, where love and family can usually be counted on to trump all adversities.


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