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Jump Cut (1993)

Not Rated | | Comedy | Video
Three guys trying to make a feature film, and the problems and situations they encounter.

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Lawrence Gardner ...
David Larson
Peter Petty ...
Glenn Brooks
Roy Conrad ...
Jack Brooks
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John Douglas Ayers ...
Athlete
Brian Boyle ...
Himself
Dennis Curry ...
Speaker at Club
Tanya Dickson ...
Hippie Girl
Rodger Hoopman ...
Joe
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Athlete
Robert McGraw ...
Leonard Nielsen, the furniture salesman
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A good-natured, light-hearted, wholesome family comedy about three frustrated dreamers -- David Larson (Lawrence Gardner), a struggling filmmaker; Glenn Brooks (Peter Petty), a wacky artist; and Glenn's brother Jack Brooks (Roy Conrad), a small-time entrepreneur -- who meet cute and decide to form a motion picture production company. Because David is the only one with any filmmaking experience, their attempt to produce a feature film sets the stage for a variety of bizarrely funny situations as they endeavor to cope with all of the unforeseen factors that affect the success or failure of their film. Written by LeBrainBoy

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$103,000 (estimated)
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This film can be found on DVD with the film Twisted Fear (1994) on the reverse side of the disc. On the disc, "Twisted Fear" is titled "Altered Love". See more »

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Ouch, that hurt
14 March 2006 | by (Indiana) – See all my reviews

Being (somewhat) an independent filmmaker myself, I really understand what these guys were trying to do and it sounds like a good idea. On paper. On 16mm film, however, it's awful. I didn't realize the thing was made in the mid 90's because the film was so grainy and bad I would have sworn this was one of those 30 year old flicks where a porn producer tried to go mainstream. And the sound! Ugh, I don't know what kind of mic they were using to record but it sounds like someone is walking over dead leaves throughout the entire thing. I guess I shouldn't judge too harshly, after all, how many feature films has MY company put out? None, but I'd like to think that we'd at least have good picture and sound quality to go with our poor acting, writing, and directing. A+ for idea, F-- for execution.


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