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Knock 'em Dead (2008)

Not Rated  |   |  Comedy  |  5 June 2008 (USA)
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An offbeat tale about a down and out hit man, "P.S." Esposito, who dreams about making it big as a stand up comedian. One thing is for certain, PS is determined to make everyone around him ... See full summary »



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Cast overview, first billed only:
P.S. Esposito
Gina Esposito
Steve Ciapanna ...
Dante Pantalones
Carmine Verrecchia
Bryan Bellman
Jan V. Hines ...
Mother Esposito
Chris Osborne ...
Dannyboy Guzman
Mami (as Gina Maria Destra)
Griffin Stanton-Ameisen ...
Whitey Jenkins (as Griffin Ameisen)
Jordan Stalsworth ...
Casey Paul ...
Amanda Gunn
Phil Kahn ...
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An offbeat tale about a down and out hit man, "P.S." Esposito, who dreams about making it big as a stand up comedian. One thing is for certain, PS is determined to make everyone around him believe in him...even if he has to knock 'em dead trying. Written by Jose E. Cruz Jr.

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A Story About a Hitman with a Dream...To Make Everyone Laugh.




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5 June 2008 (USA)  »

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$9,000 (estimated)

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1.33 : 1
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The end credit dance sequence was shot in one day a week before production began in the TV studio of Temple University's Annenberg Building during the first cast reading of the script. Writer and Director Jose E. Cruz Jr. wanted to break the ice among the cast. See more »

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The end credits has a dance sequence with all of the characters from the film including some characters which were cut out of the final edit. See more »

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Two Guns Up for Knock'em Dead
21 December 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

After enjoying the hell out of the trailer on YouTube sometime back, I had anticipated getting a chance to see Knock'em Dead.

Well, I finally had the extreme pleasure of viewing this film about a month ago, and I gotta say, the wait was worth it. For a short feature, this movie is loaded with laughs and had me laughing from start to finish; even the end credits will have you chuckling with a song and dance number involving the entire cast.

Jose E. Cruz Jr. shows that he is a talented director and writer by creating such an entertaining movie that is made even more hilarious by Chris Ready's fantastic comedic skills.

My only wish is that Knock'em Dead could have been a little longer, but having it short was smart. It keeps the viewers wanting more. And that's what I look forward to: seeing more from Jose E. Cruz Jr.

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