Film: Lone Star State of Mind
Lone Star State of Mind
is a 2002 film. Jesus 'Earl' Crest (Joshua Jackson), named so after his father of a pastor was convinced that his son was the second coming, traveled with his father from place to place trying to preach to the sinful and degenerate. This resulted in a chair being busted over his father's head and Earl receiving a rude awakening in that no, he can't really heal the sick and wasn't the messiah.
Years later, and he lives with his mother, step-father, and step-sister. His step-sister, Baby (Jamie King), is his girlfriend, and they were dating before his mother and her father had even met, so they view it as okay in their book. His best friend is Gay Cowboy
Jimbo (Matthew Davis), who he works with as an auto-mechanic. On dating Baby, Earl promises to look after her idiot of a cousin Junior (DJ Qualls), who robbed a drug dealer. With his father's killer released, the drug dealers wanting their product back, the buyers of the drugs wanting the product as well, Earl has a rather interesting week ahead of him.Hilarity Ensues
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