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Fuzz Track City (2012)

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Murphy Dunn, a wannabe James Bond, is relegated to a down and out private detective. Murphy finally gets his big break when he is hired by a sultry woman from his past to find her missing ... See full summary »

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Murphy Dunn
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Dawn Lockwood
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Al Jackson
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Jo
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Chris Valentine
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Larry Schock
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Zack Lee
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War Machine
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J-Rock (as Jeremy Luc)
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Ziggy Schultz
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Gregg Lynn
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Victor Swick
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Tait
Adam Paul ...
The Skinny Thief
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Murphy Dunn, a wannabe James Bond, is relegated to a down and out private detective. Murphy finally gets his big break when he is hired by a sultry woman from his past to find her missing son. Murphy soon finds himself embroiled in a mystery of mayhem, music and murder surrounding an obscure 1970's rock record with a chance to finally "shoot his weapon"! Will the guns, gadgets, gizmos and his good looks be enough to capture the Villain and impress the ladies? Written by Indican Pictures

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Fuzz Track City ROCKS!!!
26 July 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Fuzz Track City is a really fun ride - both as a comedy and as an homage to 70's detective movies. Ad a bit of biting social commentary about the current state of the music industry (or lack there of) through the use of witty humor and you've got an extremely thrilling movie from first time director Steve Hicks. All the performances are excellent, from Dee Wallace (of "E.T." fame) to lead actor Todd Robert Anderson to the magnetic Josh Adell as the crazy/lovable agoraphobic Ziggy Schultz. Plus the music throughout the film is very catchy and expertly captures that old school rock n' roll vibe that the lead character loves so much. An all in all solid effort from the entire cast and crew. A must see!


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