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Killing the Dream (2003)

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John and Ken have made a pact: They will either make a movie by the time they are 38, or they will put .38's to each other's heads, count to 3 (or 38 - 'cuz it's like a theme) and pull the ... See full summary »

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Ken Chandler
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John Colburt
Sean Douglas ...
David Steel
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Amy Lomborg
Evan Andes ...
Jarom Lomborg
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Blake Damon
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Trevor Jenkins
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Bob
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Kenneth Woods ...
Bruce
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John and Ken have made a pact: They will either make a movie by the time they are 38, or they will put .38's to each other's heads, count to 3 (or 38 - 'cuz it's like a theme) and pull the trigger. Using their friends, neighbors and a "real Hollywood actor", they will set out to fulfill their life-long dream. Or perhaps, beat it to death. Written by Brian Dalton

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Paging Dr. Bob
14 September 2003 | by (Temecula CA) – See all my reviews

After seeing this movie at the Temecula Valley Film Festival, I don't think I can look at independent film-making the same way as I did before. This is a world class Mockumentary that can hold its own with some of the greats like Spinal Tap and Best in Show. I can only hope that no one like these characters ever get their hands on a project, or we might see the end of western civilization as we know it! Kudos to all involved, it rightfully deserved the best feature film award.


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