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Underdogs (2006)

| Comedy
11 stories, 11 struggles where everybody wants something but life gets in the way. Set against the backdrop of the chaotic New York acting scene, this hilarious film hurtles through a wasteland of unfulfilled dreams and desires in search of life's small triumphant moments.

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Credited cast:
Dennis Albanese ...
Murry
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Marie
Andrew Cassese
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Marilyn
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Gene
Fernando Gambaroni ...
Auditioner
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Ian
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Steve
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Zoe
Nicole Guest
Silvana Jakich ...
Silvana
Jennifer C. Johnson ...
Jen (as Jennifer Johnson)
Christopher King ...
Jeffrey
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Bob
Suzanne Limozinere ...
Suzanne
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"Acting is Happy Agony"- J. P. Sartre 11 vignettes on New York City's ever hopeful amateur actors and their search for a creative life filled with small triumphant moments. Written by Silvana Jakich

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Every dog has its day.

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$65,000 (estimated)
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A Must See
27 July 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The characters depicted in this film were tried and true. I loved how all the characters and their stories connected subtly with each other. The movie really places the viewer in the situations of these struggling and serious actors, directors, producers...using tongue and cheek humor. These eleven stories of striving and starving "Underdogs" has a wonderful comedic backbone. I particularly loved The "Tricky Ricky" vignettes. The entire assemble cast, such as Andrew Cassese as the high strung director, were all hilarious. It was wonderful to see him in this film for he is such a talent coming along way since Revenge of the Nerds. This independent film needs to be shown on Bravo and the IFC channel.


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