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Dreamkiller and Dumbness: A Movie Review

11 July 2010 7:14 PM, PDT | 28 Days Later Analysis | See recent 28 Days Later Analysis news »

Dreamkiller PosterDirector: Catherine C. Pirotta.

Writer: Clyde Ware.

The independent thriller Dreamkiller had a limited theatrical run in February of this year. Now, the film is being distributed by its own production company Delaware Pictures, with a DVD release probable. This is director Catherine C. Pirotta's first time in the director's chair, so some leeway can be given. However, the film feels like amateur hour from beginning to end. Made, likely, for under $50K, Dreamkiller shows some low production values, with some interesting writing hampered by execution.

The film centrally revolves around character Nick, played by Dario Deak (Universal Soldiers), who is a neurologist in search of a cure for fear. These high ambitions are thwarted by a mentally ill woman with grief or abandonment issues. Throw in some people committing suicide through secondary routed stimuli (sub-conscious) and you have Dreamkiller rolled up in a nice bow.

Andrew Barker from Variety. »

- 28DaysLaterAnalysis@gmail.com (Michael Ross Allen)

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Who is Rick Malambri?

11 January 2010 9:15 PM, PST | CinemaSpy | See recent CinemaSpy news »

With Captain America set to begin filming in June, the process of finding the right actor for the title role is well underway in Hollywood, and it sounds as though Marvel is scouring far and wide to find their hero.

The latest actor to audition for the part is apparently Rick Malambri, a relative unknown whose career is still fledgling. He played Lt. Ash in Universal Soldiers, a clerk in Surrogates…and will star as Luke in the forthcoming film, Step Up 3-D.

Malambri recently updated his Twitter account with the following message: "What do you guys think, you think I could be Captain America? Going in for Disney/Marvel tomorrow," he said, later adding: "Have to study for Captain America audition tomorrow."

Malambri is 27-years-old and is 6'2 tall, so he seems to have the physicality for the role. The bigger question is Marvel's modus operandi for casting this »

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