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Pizza: The Movie (2004)

 -  Comedy  -  13 August 2004 (USA)
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Four years after graduating, Kevin Miller cannot move on with his life without finding a way to win over his old high school crush. And his world turns upside down, when he takes a job as a pizza delivery man in order to win her heart.



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Credited cast:
Alex Adzioski ...
Liz Bauer ...
Trashy Woman
Eva Conrad ...
Robert W. Curtis ...
Strange Old Guy
Sweet Girl with Temper
Al Gerschutz ...
Gangbanger Customer
Sandy Knapp ...
Bitter Divorced Guy's Mother's Voice
Cheap Female Customer
Rufus Malone ...
The Staredown King
Girl Customer Thief
M. Scott Newson ...
Customer with Change Jar
Delivery Goddess
Thadeous Pudlik ...


Three years since graduating, Kevin Miller is still stuck on his high school crush. When she returns to town on break from college, he realizes this is his last chance to win her heart, only she doesn't even know he exists. With the help of his inept and sometimes annoying best friend Barry, he develops a plan to make it happen, only for it to work, he'll have to give up his comfortable boring life and step into the crazy world of pizza delivery. Written by Donald Gregory

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Live life by the slice



Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated PG-13 for sexual content, language and a brief drug reference


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13 August 2004 (USA)  »

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$10,000 (estimated)

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1.33 : 1
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The film was shot on weekends over a period of six months. See more »


After arguing with Barry, Kevin storms out, his hair in disarray. Moments later, while walking alone and contemplating, his hair is styled again. It is unlikely he took the time to fix his hair somewhere just to take a walk alone. See more »

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"Change Jar: Itself" is credited See more »


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Written and Performed by Graham Travis
Courtesy of Poptek Records
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Pizza Anyone?
23 September 2004 | by (Auburn, ME) – See all my reviews

Absolutely great (for an independent) Film!

'Pizza: the Movie' is no technical masterpiece. It doesn't have million dollar actors. It's not full of special effects or crazy, mind splitting camera work. In fact, I've never heard of the director. At first thought, a quick glace at the website ( and based on the title, I expected very little.

Then this package came in the mail. And, that in and of itself, is no big thing because I get all sorts of packages (do you hear that FBI), but this package I wasn't expecting. It was Pizza: the Movie, an incredibly well packaged and produced DVD. The quote on the back summed it up oh so perfectly... "It's better than I thought it would be." Barbara Gregory, the director's mom. Damn that made me chuckle. And that wasn't the last laugh either.

I'm not going to get into a detailed diatribe about what was wrong with Pizza: the Movie (because it wasn't much in this humble reviewers mind, just typical but forgivable indie problems), but what I will say is what was so great. It's a great premise that doesn't go where you would expect it to go (Hollywood style) and isn't too over the top. It's enjoyable to watch and is full of humorous parts, some that I wouldn't have expected. The characters are enjoyable (although one character is the like 'em or hate 'em variety) and well balanced, reminding me fondly of my days in college. It's paced well, and believable.

Pizza: the Movie was not only a surprise, it has inspired this independent filmmaker to aim higher.

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