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Changeover (1998)

The sights and sounds of the late Seventies come alive in this comical tale of the night in the life of a group movie theater ushers, just before their beloved Suffolk Theater goes out of business.

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Credited cast:
Alan Bernstein ...
Adult Danny (voice)
Catharine Bolz ...
Mrs. Peterman
Anne Braam ...
Shannon
Keith Dinielli ...
Jesse
Rodney Dopkins ...
Mike
Ronald Dopkins ...
Jack
Steve Ebersole ...
Joey
Christopher John Fetherolf ...
Gabe
Ruth Gross ...
Rachel
Al Jones ...
Bo
Robert Liguori ...
Chris
Keith Martin ...
Danny
Jeff Mattas ...
Bobby
Bill Polchinski ...
Picky Customer
Stephanie Stamos ...
Lisa
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The sights and sounds of the late Seventies come alive in this comical tale of the night in the life of a group movie theater ushers, just before their beloved Suffolk Theater goes out of business. Danny has to choose between his loyalty to the Suffolk and a job at the new local multiplex which has driven the Suffolk out of business. Joey is getting cold feet before his wedding and a chance meeting with his ex-girlfriend could change his future. Jessie tires to shed his image as "the toughest guy in town" to impress Rachel, the ticket girl, but a local hood wants his title. Bobby falls for a prank that could cut the Suffolk's last day even shorter. A sweet look back at a time when going to the local movie theater meant more than just going to the movies. Written by Anonymous

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What if you could only watch one movie for the rest of your life...

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16 October 2006 (USA)  »

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Changeover: The Missing Reel Edition  »

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$20,000 (estimated)
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1.85 : 1
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While going to USC film school with writer David Young, Dinielli meet and became good friends with Jeef Bassetti, Chris Fetherolf, Keith Martin, Steve Ebersole, Jeff Mattas and Chris Hutchings, who were all roommates and attending various other films schools at UCLA and AFI. They all helped with each others productions and vowed to make their first feature together, which they did. See more »

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References Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977) See more »

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Stupid
Performed by Parade of Losers
Written by Tommy Henriksen
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Fun 70's style movie.
14 April 2012 | by See all my reviews

Saw this movie at a festival on Long island and was surprised how much I liked it for a low budget film. Sort of like Clerks in a movie theater only without the foul language. Movie tells the story of a movie theater that's going out of business in the summer of 1977-(78?). It's the last night and the kids who all work there are dealing with the closing in their own ways while dealing with their personal issues. Some cute references to the styles and movies of the 70's and yet feels like a movie mode in that time. Some of the performances were a little weak, but overall it was very entertaining. I know the theater in the movie, its still there in Riverhead, NY.


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