Richard Harrison has a loving wife, a reliable job and two typically rambunctious teenagers. He is currently experiencing a crisis. A midlife crisis. He's hit The Big 4-0 and his life has ... See full summary »

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Dr. Sara Thompson
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Tanya
Bill Page ...
Richard
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Ann
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Young Richard (as Joe Aniska)
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Tina (as Kristen Hughes)
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Tom Harrison
Kristen Hermes ...
Young Ava
Rebecca Cook ...
Ava
Lindsey Simick ...
Young Ann
Robert A. Masciantonio ...
Ritchie from the Neighborhood (as Robert Angelo Masciantonio)
John Boykin ...
Destruction
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Larry
Matt Myers ...
Chuck
Addie Toleno ...
Gladys
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Richard Harrison has a loving wife, a reliable job and two typically rambunctious teenagers. He is currently experiencing a crisis. A midlife crisis. He's hit The Big 4-0 and his life has drastically changed. While every midlife working stiff descends into daydreams in order to escape their mundane reality, Richard doesn't merely scratch the surface of his fantasies. He physically enters them. For moments at a time, until he's forced to snap back into reality with hilarious results. Whether living a dream as a WWE-style wrestler or performing with Aerosmith to a crowd of thousands, only to find that he's made a fool of himself in reality, its clearly evident that Richard has a problem. A problem that needs to be solved in order to regain the trust of his loving family. Sara, a psychologist helps Richard trace the source of his problems, which began on a family trip to an amusement park on his 49th birthday. It was here that he revisited memories of a lover from his younger and more ... Written by Eric Bresler

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A mid-life voyage into the fantastic.

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December 2007 (USA)  »

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$180,000 (estimated)
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Bill Page was originally struck with the story idea while on vacation with his wife at Universal Studios. He then formulated a plot with long time friend, Lou Leoni, and Paul Goodman. See more »

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Krista Allen removes a pair of earrings that are a different pair from the previous scene, which is meant to be continuous. See more »

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Dr. Sara Thompson: Richard, tell me about your fantasies.
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References Jaws (1975) See more »

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Not ready for prime time
15 November 2008 | by (Brentwood) – See all my reviews

All Along plays very much like a bad first-year student film. It is very poorly directed and the pace of the cut could not be worse, like they tried to stretch scenes to make them longer. As you watch it you continually think, "this should move faster, this should be omitted entirely." Casting himself as the lead was a questionable call for the writer, to say the least. The young actors in flash back look and sound absolutely nothing like the older actors they are supposed to be, so you'll be thrown off by that. Extremely bad sound throughout. The writing is sophomoric, scenes Xeroxed from bad porn, jokes that seventh graders laugh at. Ranks way down among the worst films ever made.


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