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  (in credits order)

Corey Large ... Ethan Humphries

Jennifer O'Dell ... Stephanie Baker

Luke Flynn ... Jeff

Luke Kirby ... Brad

Paul Johansson ... Stu

Tom Lenk ... Sean

Melissa Schuman ... Megan

Alexandra Holden ... Kate

Carly Pope ... Angela

James Duval ... 'Big' Dave Kordelewski

John Cassini ... Officer Adamson

Donald Gibb ... Judson

Ron Jeremy ... Ron Jeremy

Mitchell Baker ... James (as Mitch Baker)
Katrina Beveridge ... Darlene
Brian E. Eldridge ... Butters (as Butters)
Andrew Cavin ... Ryan
Craig Cavin ... Xander
Peter Cavin ... Professor
Jeff Gordon ... 'Boy' George
Tara King ... College Bartender

Cody Larson ... Hollywood Guy
Amy Rosenthal ... Haley
Tiffany Sinclair ... Vanessa
Lisa Skinner ... Kayla

Rachelle Goulding ... High School Girl
Taylor McKinnon ... Tampon Spokeswoman
Kyle Kramer
Alan Pao ... Valet

Directed by
Andrew Putschoegl 
Writing credits
Corey Large (story)

Kyle Kramer (screenplay) &
Corey Large (screenplay)

Produced by
Jeff Gordon .... associate producer
Brian Hartman .... co-producer
Vaughn Juares .... post producer (as Vaughn Juares Smith)
Kyle Kramer .... co-producer
Corey Large .... executive producer
Walter Large .... executive producer
Alan Pao .... producer
Original Music by
Miles Ito 
Cinematography by
Andrew Huebscher (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Michael Rafferty 
Casting by
Kenneth Lee 
Production Design by
Patrick Jennings 
Art Direction by
Eva Breternitz 
Makeup Department
Monika Mertelik .... key hair stylist
Monika Mertelik .... key makeup artist
Amber Simons .... assistant hair stylist
Sarah Bergeest Still .... assistant hair stylist (as Sarah Bergeest)
Sarah Bergeest Still .... assistant makeup artist (as Sarah Bergeest)
Production Management
Brian Hartman .... unit production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Daniel Hogg .... trainee assistant director
Michael Maitland .... first assistant director
Alejandro Valbuena .... second assistant director
Noah Wheelock .... trainee assistant director
Art Department
Martin Aveyard .... graphics
Devin Clarke .... art department assistant
Dennis Fouracres .... paint foreman
Claudia Knodlinger .... artwork
Nancy Mossop .... on-set dresser
Jen Quinn .... assistant set dresser (as Jen Quin)
Bonnie Trousdel .... artwork
Jeremie White .... graphics
Russ Willms .... graphics
Sound Department
Scott Aitken .... boom operator
Tricia Boer .... sound mixer
Frank Euyoque .... assistant sound editor
Michael Farnan .... supervising sound editor
Eric Holmgren .... boom operator
Eric Lamontagne .... sound mixer (as Eric LaMontagne)
Roc Perry .... music and additional sound editor
Special Effects by
Bill Mills .... special effects coordinator
Devin Clarke .... special effects technician (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Blaine Ackerly .... best boy electric
Rick Ackerly .... best boy grip
Michael Bailey .... lamp operator (as Mike Bailey)
Tyler Bliss .... grip
Andrew Boxwell .... loader
Marie Chao .... first assistant camera
Cameron Davies .... second assistant camera
André Fernandes .... steadicam operator (as Andre Fernandes)
Miguel Gelinas .... key grip
Hamish Hollingsworth .... lamp operator
Colin House .... grip
Alex Kramer .... still photographer
Alex Kramer .... videographer: unit
Mike Mossman .... dolly grip
Sam Napier .... generator operator
Alex Postowoi .... steadicam operator (as Alexander Postowoi)
Bill Ramsbottom .... lamp operator
Jared Smith .... gaffer
Don Webber .... assistant steadicam operator
Dani Zaviceanu .... second assistant camera (as Dan Zaviceanu)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Micah Pridham .... set supervisor
Sanchia Wong .... wardrobe supervisor
Editorial Department
Jamie Okubo .... assistant editor
Alan Pao .... additional editor
Location Management
Angeline Droszio .... location production assistant
Rudi Krieger .... location manager
Music Department
Marcus Barone .... music supervisor
Gene Engelgau .... original music producer
Gene Engelgau .... score musician: guitar
Miles Ito .... original music producer
Miles Ito .... score musician: piano and keyboards
Jim Schneider .... score musician: piano
Charlotte Towne .... music supervisor
Transportation Department
Randy Caine .... transportation co-captain
Cody Larson .... transportation captain
Ayrlie Rutherford .... driver: cast
Rob Schuster .... transportation coordinator
Other crew
Ian Brown .... security captain
Sarah Bruce .... assistant chef
Laura Cavin .... production accountant
Mike Dennison .... security coordinator
Tony Falkenberg .... assistant chef
Jody Large .... production coordinator
Cody Larson .... first aid
Anne Lopeter .... tax accountant
Krista Merrifield .... assistant craft service
Tatiana Nemchin .... unit publicist
Alexandra Pacheco .... script supervisor
Sebastian Perez-Burchard .... liaison: SER International
Kelly Williams .... chef
Kelly Williams .... first aid
Bria Wilson .... craft service
Alex .... thanks: UBCP
Corrinne Coell .... thanks: City of Saanich
Russ Cowan .... thanks: Greater Victoria Film Commission
Craig Higgins .... thanks
Jody .... thanks: UBCP
Julie .... thanks: UBCP
Andrea Krieger .... thanks: Rathskeller Restaurant
Elizabeth Lowe .... thanks: City of Victoria, BC
John Mun .... thanks
Barry Sherwood .... thanks: Sherwood Marine Centre
Russ Sims .... thanks
Mike Supowitz .... thanks
Etta Weissenmayer .... thanks
Phil Wooster .... thanks

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Rated R for language including sexual references
87 min
Aspect Ratio:
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Megan:[mocking Stephanie doing her wedding vows] I, Stephanie, take you, Jeff, to be my boring workaholic husband, for richer or way richer, through security and wealth, as long as we both stay hot!See more »
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2 out of 2 people found the following review useful.
Some theories are pretty much rubbish, as are movies, and this film comes close, despite some very attractive performers, 12 March 2009
Author: Amy Adler from Toledo, Ohio

Ethan (Corey Large, very handsome) bar hops in the Los Angeles area and is, in general, a womanizer. However, he learns that one of his best pals from high school, Brad (Luke Kirby) is about to take the plunge and get married. Wondering how the two of them now have such different agendas, Ethan travels back to his hometown and reconnects with Brad. These gents, along with other old male friends, rehash the past and go out on the town. But, Ethan is slow to learn one important fact. Brad is marrying Ethan's old high school flame, Stephanie (Jennifer O'Dell). When this comes to light, Ethan rushes to meet Steph again and see if she is truly in love with Brad, who has turned into something of a stuffed shirt. Wouldn't she still prefer a handsome, independent guy like Ethan? I watched this film as I was sorting through mail and paying bills and its a good thing, for it has many deficiencies and would hardly do for a "good view for two". However, it is not the fault of the cast, Large, O'Dell, Kirby and others, for these young "lookers" are pretty engaging. Also, the scenery and costuming are good, too, and the film's production values are high. It's downfall is its ending, which is very disappointing and vague, and its "theory". The film's premise is that one should meet the love of one's life before age 24, at least if you are a woman, because after that, the "window" of opportunity starts to shut and becomes smaller with each passing year. Ho, ho, ho, what a great thought! If you adore romantic comedy, especially with good-looking actors, you might want to give this one a try. But, truly, it is not just a theory of mine that few will embrace this one mightily, it is pretty much of a fact.

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