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Losers Take All -- "The Fingers" are a punk-pop band stumbling and staggering their way from girls to gigs. The band is faced with the unlikely opportunity of committing the ultimate rock 'n' roll sin: selling out. However, they must choose between staying true to their indie roots or climbing into bed with mainstream, corporate rock.


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25 October 2013 (USA) See more »
"I mean, God forbid you should follow your dreams."
Losers Take All is a comedy in which we follow "The Fingers," a fictional punk-pop band stumbling and... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Tania Raymonde ... Wendy Horowitz

Kyle Gallner ... Brian

Allison Scagliotti ... Simone

Alexia Rasmussen ... Vicky

Aaron Himelstein ... Dave

Jason Burkey ... Peter

Adam Herschman ... Greg Glaverman

Billy Kay ... Billy

Ashley Springer ... Miles

Elise Fyke ... Bar Patron

Hailey Giles ... Sharon

Kaitlyn King ... Student

Nathan Ross Murphy ... Jock (as Nathan Murphy)
Billie Worley ... Kenny
Peter Brensinger ... Lance
John Locke ... Sam Grayson

Marguerite Hibbets ... Waitress

Brett Taylor ... Headbanger
Austin Haley ... Ellie's Dad
J.W. Williams ... Rocker
Donald Meyers ... Senior Roller Skater
Phil Darius Wallace ... DC Cop
April Maxey ... Ellie
Austin Lazek ... Jock 3
Barron Solomon ... Student 2
Aubrey Nicole DePew ... Bartender
Neal Figueroa ... Dewaynda
Drew Hollowell ... Jock
Vincent Welch ... Student 1
Cole Wheeler ... Kyle
James Miller ... Music Store Buyer

Directed by
Alex Steyermark 
Writing credits
Roger Rawlings (story) &
Ed Bradin (story)

Andrew Pope (screenplay) &
Winn Coslick (screenplay)

Produced by
Jeff L. Anderson .... associate producer
Ed Bradin .... associate producer
Winn Coslick .... producer
Andrew Meyer .... executive producer
Andrew Pope .... producer
Roger Rawlings .... executive producer
Mike S. Ryan .... producer
James Spies .... line producer
Original Music by
Scott Bomar 
Cinematography by
Kip Bogdahn 
Film Editing by
Allyson C. Johnson 
Casting by
Amanda Harding 
Amanda Koblin 
Production Design by
Mary Frederickson  (as Mary G. Frederickson)
Eloise Crane Stammerjohn  (as Eloise Stammerjohn)
Art Direction by
A.R. Brook Lynn 
Set Decoration by
Rachel Boulden 
Costume Design by
Meriwether Nichols 
Makeup Department
Alicia George .... makeup department head
Chelsey Staggs .... assistant make up artist
Production Management
Jeff L. Anderson .... production supervisor
James Spies .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Chris Carroll .... first assistant director
Morgan Jon Fox .... second second assistant director
Shelly Gillette .... second assistant director
Art Department
C. Michael Andrews .... carpenter
C. Michael Andrews .... leadman
Will E. Drummond .... property master
Freddie Romero .... set dresser
Sound Department
Nathan Black .... sound mixer
Michael Hunkele .... boom operator
Max Maxwell .... stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
Ty Coke .... gaffer
Jordan Danelz .... electrician
Sean Davis .... digital imaging technician
Andy Dean .... "b" camera: camera operator
Robert Duke .... key grip
Patrick Durkin .... grip
Christian Hawkins .... best boy electric
David Mellow .... a camera: first assistant
David Mellow .... first assistant camera
Andrew Pope .... super 8 cameraman
Geoffrey Brent Shrewsbury .... "a" camera: second assistant
Geoffrey Brent Shrewsbury .... camera operator
J.T. Sumner .... "b" camera: first assistant
J.T. Sumner .... first assistant camera
Ernie Wann .... best boy grip
Casting Department
Abby Elzemeyer .... location casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
C. Michael Andrews .... wardrobe graphic designer
Betsy Apple .... costume assistant
Kim Howard .... set costumer
Alice Laskey-Castle .... key costumer
Editorial Department
Robert Judge .... digital intermediate editor
Scot Olive .... digital intermediate colorist
Alex Steyermark .... addtional editing
Location Management
Rachel Boulden .... location scout
Martin Lane .... location manager
Kevin McCasland .... location assistant
Derek Steiner .... location manager
Music Department
Scott Bomar .... music producer
Linda Cohen .... music supervisor
Marshall Crenshaw .... executive music producer
Transportation Department
Nalla Black .... driver
Other crew
Steven C. Beer .... sales representative
Carol A. Compton .... script clearance
Merissa Ide Costanza .... script supervisor
Les Edwards .... production accountant
J.T. Harrell .... production assistant
N. Jay Jackson .... production secretary
Anupam Lahiri .... assistant to Alex Steyermark
Austin Lazek .... craft service
Erik Proveaux .... caterer
Robert L. Seigel .... legal services
Perry Gibson .... special thanks
Nathan Lux .... special thanks
Gisela Moore .... special thanks
Bob Raines .... special thanks

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Additional Details

96 min
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Did You Know?

Oregano was used in place of marijuana for the bong smoking. Tobacco was used for joints, and in Adam Herschman's (Greg Glaverman) cocaine scene, he is snorting flour.See more »
Billy:[Taking a bong hit after listening to Greg's rehab letter] Drugs are bad.See more »


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Fun romp, great music, 12 January 2014
Author: rhondasmit from US

After sitting through a complete train-wreck of a movie (my husband's choice) I figured I couldn't do any worse and picked "Losers take all" on Netflix, even though our musical tastes differ greatly. Amazingly we BOTH loved this movie - a rare occurrence.

I am not a movie critic, I don't care about actors, and I don't need to over-analyze; a movie that tells me a story, keeps me entertained, interested, and emotionally connected to the characters will get an easy 6/10 or higher ranking from me.

'Losers take all' does all of that and more; the acting was genuine and believable; and the trip back to the 1980s brought back memories; the camera was an unobtrusive observer without being unimaginative; but best of all, the movie made my husband and me laugh out loud frequently, and not once was I told to "turn the volume down"... the usual consequence of any music-related movie-watching that I enjoy.

In some films of the genre (a band forms and tries for stardom) the music sucks, or the actors clearly cannot play/sing, or most often... BOTH. This is not the case here. And yes, sure, there were some cliché moments, but they (as with all the funny parts) did not seem trite or artificial at all, but arose with organic authenticity. I especially liked how they integrated the 'on the road' experiences.

Although I was never really into punk and metal at the time, I loved the soundtrack for the film - great stuff! Made me feel 20 years young/er ; )

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