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Hank and Mike -- This is the theatrical trailer for Hank and Mike, directed by Matthiew Klinck.
Hank and Mike -- When two Easter Bunnies are fired from their jobs, they try their hand at several other occupations, failing at each. Their lives quickly spiral into chaos until they realize that their only hope is to get their old jobs back.

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Director:
Writers:
Paolo Mancini (writer)
Thomas Michael (writer)
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Tagline:
Pink. Pissed. Unemployed See more »
Plot:
Thomas Michael, Paolo Mancini, Chris Klein and Joe Mantegna star in director Matthiew Klinck's holiday-themed... See more » | Add synopsis »
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1 win See more »
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good dry humor, like it used to be. See more (16 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Thomas Michael ... Hank
Paolo Mancini ... Mike

Chris Klein ... Conrad Hubriss
Shae Norris ... Lucy Sulsky
David Huband ... Mr. Sulsky

Joe Mantegna ... Mr. Pan
Michael Hanrahan ... Mr. Jenkins

Boyd Banks ... Leon the Neighbor
Ho Chow ... Phil the Foreman (as Ho Oyster Chow)

Maggie Castle ... Lena

Tony Nappo ... Stu

Derek Gilroy ... Liam the Sidekick

Jane McLean ... Brenda

Andre H. Arruda ... Luiz the Little Bunny (as Andre Arruda)

Talia Russo ... Nude Model
Jonathan Collard ... Keen Co-worker
Sandra Battaglini ... Screaming Co-worker

Imali Perera ... Field Reporter
Aniela Kurylo ... Estress
Dawne Furey ... Athena
Paul Vernon ... Band Member
Jack Jessop ... Watermelon Man
Tim Dorsch ... Coffee Shop Employee
Kathleen Laskey ... Connie Schytt
George King ... School Teacher
Geevan Stephen ... School Boy
Louis Durand ... Graham
Richard Waugh ... Smug Host
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Melanie Mullen ... Hillary
Cynthia Amsden ... Really Curious Office Worker (uncredited)
Sandra Ardagna ... Chic Office Worker (uncredited)
Dana Bondy ... Club Dancer (uncredited)
Tarah Consoli ... Depressed Skinny Girl (uncredited)
Stacey Kawucha ... Chic Office Worker (uncredited)
Ron Langton ... Depressed Man (uncredited)
Joanna Syrokomla ... Cheque Presenter (uncredited)
Nicholas Tabarrok ... Sleeping Bunny (uncredited)

Marco Timpano ... U I Employee (uncredited)
Matt Wilson ... Guy at Party (uncredited)

Directed by
Matthiew Klinck 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Paolo Mancini  writer
Thomas Michael  writer

Produced by
Sean Buckley .... executive producer
Pierre Even .... producer
Thomas Michael .... producer
Theresa Piercy .... associate producer
Morris Ruskin .... executive producer
Richard Speer .... executive producer
Jennifer Stivala-Beckwith .... associate producer (as Jennifer Stivala)
Nicholas Tabarrok .... producer
Josée Vallée .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Phil Electric 
 
Cinematography by
Glen Keenan 
 
Film Editing by
Matthiew Klinck 
 
Casting by
Tina Gerussi 
 
Production Design by
Oleg M. Savytski 
 
Art Direction by
Ken Watkins 
 
Set Decoration by
Mario Moreira 
 
Costume Design by
Joanna Syrokomla 
 
Makeup Department
Davida Gragor .... assistant makeup artist
Laura MacCon .... key hair stylist
Michelle Willis .... key makeup artist
 
Production Management
Daniel Bekerman .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Jennifer Beam .... trainee assistant director
Andrew Pritchard .... third assistant director
Tim Singh .... second assistant director
Michael Zenon .... assistant director
 
Art Department
Cynthia Amsden .... assistant props: Easter Egg roller
Dave Bracken .... construction coordinator
Rae Crombie .... property master
Jason Herriott .... key scenic
Craig Tovell .... head carpenter
 
Sound Department
Mario Choquette .... sound effects editor
Louis Collin .... supervising sound editor
Marc Gagnon .... sound effects editor
Pierre L'Abbé .... sound mixer
Martin Lemieux .... sound effects editor
Andrew Penttila .... boom operator
Robert Turi .... sound recordist
 
Special Effects by
Reg Ashby .... special effects supervisor
 
Visual Effects by
Patrice Fortin .... colourist
Adam Hunt .... compositor: Automatic Earth
Adam Hunt .... visual effects supervisor: Automatic Earth
Sylvain Lebeau .... visual effects supervisor
Myrko Piche .... digital effects artist
 
Stunts
Randy Butcher .... stunt coordinator
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Angelica Bailey .... camera trainee
Scott Cowan .... first assistant camera
Burt Galeik .... key grip
John Garland .... gaffer
Matthiew Klinck .... camera operator: "c" camera (as Helmut Truhl)
Dino Laurenza .... camera operator: "a" camera
Richard D. Leko .... grip
 
Casting Department
Nancy Klopper .... casting: USA
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Sandra Ardagna .... wardrobe truck supervisor
Billie Blast .... assistant costume designer
Wing Lee .... costume maker
 
Editorial Department
Adam Hunt .... dvd designer
Adam Hunt .... title design
 
Music Department
Phil Electric .... music research and licensing
 
Transportation Department
Jason McCormack .... driver: honeywagon
Joseph Ramdath .... driver
 
Other crew
Brad Alexander .... location manager
Philipp G. Berg .... production assistant
Matt H. Braun .... production assistant
Amanda Cameron .... production coordinator
Heather K. Dahlstrom .... assistant production coordinator
Sarah Dodd .... story editor
Claude Forest .... insurance broker
Jeannette Garcia .... assistant producer
Lyudmila Genkova .... script supervisor
Jordan Milgrom .... production assistant
Keith Park .... assistant location manager
Kristine Regier .... production assistant
David Steinberg .... legal
Stephanie Stonley .... first accountant
Karmena Svilans .... production assistant
Jamie Tracey .... production assistant
Matthew Wygodny .... production assistant
 
Thanks
Sam Eigen .... very special thanks
Brandon Paine .... very special thanks
Brian Sweet .... very special thanks
 

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Rated R for strong sexual content and nudity, pervasive language, and some drug use
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USA:86 min
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Hank:We were Easter bitches!See more »
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13 out of 18 people found the following review useful.
good dry humor, like it used to be., 11 November 2008
Author: rubytroy from United States

I'd say this movie was worth watching thanks to the humor and whole concept of it all. I just like how confused at first I was what with guys in bunny costumes, but when I realized they WERE the easter bunnies it put a whole different perspective on the way this film was approached. It was meant to be a comedy. I thought the guys did a great job with their roles and in the suits they were wearing. Me & my roommate especially love the scene when the self-centered business guy is singing at the bar. Its great! Though, that scene does not actually add much to the story/plot it is incredibly entertaining. There may be some holes in the overall story including the whole easter bunny middle aged men scenario that isn't ever explained. I think it adds character to the flick, leaves room for interpretation & conversation. As a whole I like this movie a lot, and would definitely recommend anyone who likes kinda slow but comedic dialogue. I enjoyed it, hope you do too.

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