Brownwood, Texas review: by JOE ESPY Fake a few abortions. Pay your rent late. Sleep with the dude driving the biggest truck in town. Such is the dismal existence of Lacy Cotton (Shaneye Ferrell), a small town product of a musty honky tonk and severely mediocre ambition. Lacy currently exists in the redneck rut of life, but she discovers the old fashioned, neo-American way out, lies, lies and a few more lies. With the come-and-go support of her best friend, Missy (Quenby Bakke), Lacy makes an ill-fated appearance on a TV talk show to supposedly meet a secret admirer, but instead meets a colossal catastrophe. Additional contributions from Texas originals, such as Kinky Friedman as Lacy's father, make the story of KNOCKED UP the quintessential, small town classic. And let it be known that Shaneye Ferrell delivers the very embodiment of redneck scripture tremendously impressive. David Hickey has taken a story, which surprises no one, and surprised everyone with an archetypal comedy. Film...