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The Locksmith (2010)

Homewrecker (original title)
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Mike is a locksmith. He's also a prisoner on work release, but you wouldn't know it. He's just trying to focus on his house calls and reconcile with his ex-girlfriend-until Margo hijacks his day.

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Cast

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Mike
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Margo
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Charles
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Jimmy
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Celine
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Monique
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Julian Aponte ...
Inmate
Stratton Bailey ...
Locked Out Guy
Patricia Barnes ...
Bridge Player
Shea Berry ...
Bartender
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Guard
Max Brand ...
Waiter
Jackie Capobianco ...
Bridge Player
Annalisa Chamberlin ...
Locked Out Girl (as Annalisa Chamberlain)
David Delgado ...
Inmate
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Mike is a locksmith. He's also a prisoner on work release, but you wouldn't know it. He's just trying to focus on his house calls and reconcile with his ex-girlfriend-until Margo hijacks his day.

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Rated R for language including sexual references | See all certifications »
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22 January 2010 (USA)  »

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Simple Picking  »

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2.35 : 1
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Magnetizing!
25 January 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This film has subtlety and charm. The main actors, Ana Reeder and Anslem Richardson, are irresistible and I found myself agog to see what would happen next. The storyline takes unexpected left turns while staying on the edge of believable due to the consistency of the two main characters. They are "true to themselves" throughout and "Margo's" charm (natural and produced as needed) fits like a glove with "Mike's" humanity. Margo's facial expressions as she thinks about how she will get what she wants and believes she needs, have the transparency of a five year old girl who is aware of her own prettiness and the vulnerabilities of men. Both Reeder and Richardson are great fun to watch and give much pleasure to the viewer.


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