This means he has to:
Spout supposedly dramatic and/or serious lines like "Eggs? They weren't eggs, you son of a bitch. They were my family!"
Convince his estranged sister-in-law (Jennifer Kincer, Trust) to let him take her and her punky, rebellious daughter (Shannon Zeller, Seraphim Falls) to the county fair.
Eventually fight the flesh-eating creatures that killed his family, yet are not frightened by 2-by-4s and appear to be background dancers from Julie Taymor's Broadway run of "The Lion King."
On the bright side, he doesnt have to:
Call someone ya little pickle-smoocher!"
Shoulder the blame for this terrible horror film.
That dishonor goes to one Tommy Brunswick (Mr. Jingles? They Must Eat? Anyone?). Instead of taking the standard a Tommy Brunswick film credit, she opts for a Tommy Brunswick flick. Instead of having an editor, the movie has a cutter. For something taking great pains to appear so hip and with-it in the closing credits, Born of Earth is rather conventional in everything before them. Rod Lott