The Battle of Shaker Heights

The Battle Of Shaker Heights

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The Battle of Shaker Heights

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The Battle of Shaker Heights is a 2003 comedy-drama film co-directed by Efram Potelle and Kyle Rankin. It starred Shia La Beouf, Elden Henson, Kathleen Quinlan, Amy Smart, and Shiri Appleby. The film was the winning script for the second season of Project Greenlight.

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The plot revolves around Kelly Ernswiler (Shia La Beouf), a young war reenactment enthusiast, who works at his local store with love interest Sarah (Shiri Appleby) and his friend, Bart Bowland (Elden Henson) as they use military strategy against high school bully Lance (Billy Kay). Kelly's father, Abe (William Sadler), works with drug addict, being clean himself for over 5 years, which is scorned by an angry Kelly, who, when told this, replies, "So what? I've been clean the whole time." His mother, Eve (Kathleen Quinlan), is a commercial artist who works out of their garage and is desperate for Kelly to forgive his father. When confronted as to when he is going to forgive him, Kelly replies, "I'll forgive him when I can go to college. But I can't, can I, because he used all my college fund to buy Mexican Black Tar." Kelly is furious at his father for the torture he put him through.

At the same time, Kelly attempts to woo Bart's older sister, Tabby (Amy Smart), even though she's set to get married to Miner Weber (Anson Mount), a handsome businessman. Kelly becomes a regular at Bart's house, being over for dinner often, and he impresses Bart's father, Harrison (Ray Wise), with their...
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