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Up&Down (2012)

Unrated | | Comedy, Romance | 21 August 2012 (USA)
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A struggling actor pushing 30 works a day job at a luxury hotel, shepherding guests and party goers, while yearning for the girl of his dreams.

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Will
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Alex
Philip Hays ...
Taylor
Brittney Karbowski ...
Celie
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Dr. Halifax
Emma J. Smith ...
Roxy Spencer
Clara M. Smith ...
Addison Spencer
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Charles
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Benjamin
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Matthew Spencer
Katt Gilcrease ...
Mark Spencer
Jack Dunlop ...
Mr. Day
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Lauren
Thomas McHenry ...
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A struggling actor pushing 30 works a day job at a luxury hotel, shepherding guests and party goers, while yearning for the girl of his dreams.

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It's Life. It's Love. It's an Elevator.

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Comedy | Romance

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$220,000 (estimated)
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In the first New Year's Eve segment, a band and its roadies enter the elevator early and leave late - the roadies are the director/co-DP Jonathan Carbonaro, co-DP and RED cameraman M. J. Marcinik, 2nd AD Jax Stafford and Sound Mixer James Willis - the band is Sun Machine, whose song "Parachute" ends the film. The creator/writer/producer does not make an appearance, although she does have an uncredited voiceover role. See more »

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Down, Down, Down...
8 April 2013 | by See all my reviews

This is a horribly produced movie. I feel like this was a college project that some first year film student produced. It is painful to watch. The audio is all over the place. Elevator music and main actor's mic are too loud, you can't really hear what people on his headset are saying. The some key plot moments are rushed and yet there are scenes that don't lead to anything worthwhile but are dragged out. I will admit that the idea behind the movie is cute, and I really wish it had worked out better. They should have cast the characters better, maybe that would have helped. Even if they had added a few funny lines for the actors to work off of, maybe then the viewers could find something charming about the characters.


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