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All Saints Day (2000)

Not Rated | | Comedy | 18 October 2000 (USA)
Fed up with his overbearing mother, his pathetic love life, his lack of money, and especially his cruel boss, Brooklyn-boy Marco decides to rob the fish market where he works (with the help... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Micky Blatt ...
Marco
Thomas J. La Sorsa ...
Louis
James Patrick McArdle ...
Hardware
Mark Love ...
Matthew
Christopher Lynn ...
Johnny Serk
Ray Garvey ...
Red
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Larry
Howard Simon ...
Dick Shaft
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Pete Abbadessa ...
Fat Ira
Robert Alfano ...
Maitre'D #1
Natalya Baram ...
Girl in Fish Market
Jimmy Coyle ...
James Sirk
Debbie D'Amore ...
Marco's Mother
Twan Evans ...
Bar Patron
Amir Eyal ...
Street Punk
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Fed up with his overbearing mother, his pathetic love life, his lack of money, and especially his cruel boss, Brooklyn-boy Marco decides to rob the fish market where he works (with the help of a few friends). Of course, all does not go as planned... Written by JaredB <jarededit@aol.com>

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Had me hooked from the first frame
12 June 2001 | by See all my reviews

This film started off stupid and lost ground from there. Funny and not once did it tire. All Saints Day was as neatly constructed as a piece of fine furniture and just as much as a joy to behold. It is that avi raris in independent film - a laugh out loud (make that "scream out loud") movie. It doesn't try to be arty and depressing nor does it push an alternate lifestyle or an ideological agenda.

Each of the principal characters (with the exception of the mysterious "Jimmy") wind up worse off than they were at the beginning of the film. Hopefully, the creators will spare them a sequel and further misadventure.

But if the producers of All Saints Day offered the characters a sequel, would the characters take it?

Yes, because they are that stupid.


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