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Fully Loaded (2011)

| Comedy | 2011 (USA)
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On a rare evening out, two feisty single moms discover that it's not so easy to hook up with a total stranger (Dweezil Zappa) anymore. This "van-centric" dark comedy, set in LA--offers an ... See full summary »

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On a rare evening out, two feisty single moms discover that it's not so easy to hook up with a total stranger (Dweezil Zappa) anymore. This "van-centric" dark comedy, set in LA--offers an opportunity to eavesdrop on how women genuinely feel about men, relationships and themselves. Written by reznik

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Winner of the "Audience Favorite Feature" Award at Palm Beach international Film Festival. See more »

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written and performed by Jake La Botz
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The truth of being single and out there
13 November 2012 | by (Los Angeles) – See all my reviews

Saw this movie at a Newport Beach Film Festival in 2012 and was pleasantly surprised! The movie nicely delivers some truths of our current existence: this is indeed how LA looks at night to single women trying to have fun and get "out there"; this is indeed how women talk about everything, including men; these are truly the types of fears, issues and problems that we experience in this day and age, where roles seem to be shifting and particularly in a city where everything and everyone is disposable. And the title reference is painfully relevant to a common assumption so many women make entering a relationship, seeing a potential, instead of what is really there. All this told with a great sense of humor and fantastic soundtrack, ultimately makes for a fun and inspiring movie-time.


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