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Aftermath (2013)

A dark comedy about one man's overreaction! Roma's (Anthony Michael Hall) perfect life unravels when his foreman goes missing and he chooses to fire the wrong guy.

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Tom Fiorini
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Matt
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King
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Eric
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Darrell
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Rebecca Fiorini
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Sheriff
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Harrold
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Clark
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Fred
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A dark comedy about one man's overreaction! Roma's (Anthony Michael Hall) perfect life unravels when his foreman goes missing and he chooses to fire the wrong guy.

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Crime | Thriller

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Rated R for violence, pervasive language and some sexual content
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1 March 2013 (USA)  »

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Filmed in 2006 in Saratoga Springs, NY. See more »

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When Tom is looking at firearms with King, he pulls back the slide on a semiautomatic pistol that he is holding, and since the magazine is empty, the slide stays locked back, as it should. However, the sound you hear is the sound of the slide coming back, and then moving completely forward, which it did not do. See more »

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Shelved for 9 years
27 August 2015 | by See all my reviews

And seemingly for a very understandable reason.

It just goes from being one type of movie to being a complete different one with little coherence.

The reason for that is pretty simple Chris Penn died during the filming of this movie so the movie couldn't be finished.

The director had to re-write the whole movie to make it work around the scenes that he had filmed with Chris Penn and add additional characters and sub plots.

And unfortunately it doesn't work, first half runs fairly smoothly but the second half just becomes a puddle of randomness and leaves you with more questions than answers.

It's not all bad, but there's not a lot good with it either.

But at least Chris Penn fans will finally get to see his final performance.


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