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Dead in Love (2009)

Not Rated | | Comedy
Two friends, who happen to be ghosts, go in search of a girl they liked in high school. When one of them gets the chance to be with her, he has to do it in the body of an awkward nerd. ... See full summary »

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Danny
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Sara
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Cris
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Poker
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Danny's Dad
Joe De Nicola ...
Uncle
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John
Randal Malone ...
Pat
Donald Morgan ...
Peter
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Slim Sheppard
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Harvey
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Theatre Patron
Robert Martin Carroll ...
Cell Phone Guy
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Two friends, who happen to be ghosts, go in search of a girl they liked in high school. When one of them gets the chance to be with her, he has to do it in the body of an awkward nerd. Their lives will change forever in this heartfelt low budget comedy. Written by Jimmy

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Sometimes life starts when you're dead...

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$2,000 (estimated)
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A sweet look at lost chances as viewed by spirits.
28 September 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A Chris Watson flick Starring: Margaret O'Brien,Joe Estevez,Richard Norton,Dennis Hayden and Tony Todd. A unique look at the love yearnings of a ghost,Actually that's not fair this is a journey for a lost soul to complete the uncompleted yearning of life. OK,Hated the beginning…Too slow and talking heads to set-up the premise. Then,We are pulled into this fun exploration of lost love,What could have been and WHAT just might be ! The three male leads are great- Gerard,Eric and Don,They make quite a team as ensemble performers. The guest stars are sprinkled thru-out and actually have stuff to do,Margaret is really acting her heart out and Richard Norton really adds so much to Eric Edwards performance from their meeting on. OK,Its quirky and romantic and odd,Well there are ghosts that seem helpless in our mundane world. This art-house film is so different from the roots that spawned it,We wish it the widest audience imagined .


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