An underachieving college drop-out is dumped by his girlfriend of many years. Completely devastated, the young man employs his two best friends to aid him in an all night search through the...
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An underachieving college drop-out is dumped by his girlfriend of many years. Completely devastated, the young man employs his two best friends to aid him in an all night search through the New Jersey suburbs to find her. Closely following her trail, the trio encounter an evening of unpredictable adventure and bizarre mayhem they never bargained for. Written by
Being a big proponent of independent film, I attended the screening of Calling Bobcat with high expectations. Let me tell you I was not disappointed. Mr. Kermizean does a great job with his first feature length film, while the ensemble cast full of some of the brightest young actors are extraordinary. Jayce Bartok(SubUrbia) gives his best performance to date, while Daniel Serafini-Sauli(Boiler Room) and new-comer Rob King are terrific. Strong performances are also seen in Samantha Buck(Wirey Spindell) and Wendy Hoopes(Better Living). The movie, set in suburban New Jersey, follows Darrin Marshall(Bartok) through a night of high-jinx as he looks for his girlfriend who is none to happy with him. This film was exceptional and I look forward to more of Mr. Kermizean future work.
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