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The Entitled -- With no job security and a bleak future, Paul Dynan (Kevin Zegers) plans the perfect crime to help his struggling family extort a fortune from three wealthy men (including Ray Liotta, Victor Garber). But once blood is shed and things go horribly wrong, Paul must fight to stay one step ahead of his own twisted game.
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A young man, broke and jobless, abducts three rich college kids to try and get money from their fathers. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Kevin Zegers ... Paul Dynan

Victor Garber ... Bob Vincent

Laura Vandervoort ... Hailey Jones

Devon Bostick ... Dean Taylor

Dustin Milligan ... Nick Nader

Tatiana Maslany ... Jenna

Stephen McHattie ... Clifford Jones

Ray Liotta ... Richard Nader

John Bregar ... Jeff Vincent

Anthony Ulc ... Frank

Nola Augustson ... Marsha Dynan
Jim Codrington ... Detective

Martin Doyle ... Manager

Rosalba Martinni ... Avis
Eric Fink ... Controller

Claire Calarco ... Assistant
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Jim Calarco ... Detective (uncredited)

Directed by
Aaron Woodley 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
William Morrissey  written by

Produced by
Tex Antonucci .... associate producer
Deborah Balderstone .... executive producer
Robin Crumley .... co-producer
Lindsay MacAdam .... executive producer
Rob Merilees .... executive producer
William Morrissey .... executive producer
John Pantages .... executive producer
David Valleau .... producer
Jonathan Walker .... line producer
Original Music by
Robert Duncan 
Cinematography by
David Greene 
Film Editing by
Matthew Hannam 
Casting by
Rick Montgomery 
Production Design by
Aidan Leroux 
Costume Design by
Jennifer Evans 
Makeup Department
Jennifer Beam .... hair stylist
Daniel Lee .... hair and make-up supervisor
Ting Fang Liu .... key makeup & hair artist
Production Management
Robin Crumley .... post-production supervisor
Nancy Valle .... executive in charge of post production
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
George Assimakopoulos .... first assistant director
Tim Cushen .... third assistant director
P.J. Diaz .... second assistant director
Miranda Morris .... trainee assistant director
David Valleau .... second unit director
Art Department
Davin Snip .... property master
Tyler Unrau .... props
Sean Moore .... graphics (uncredited)
Sound Department
Peter Eliuk .... mix technician
Diana Eljabri .... foley artist
Ofer Geva .... second boom operator
Dale Lennon .... dialogue editor
Bill McMillan .... sound recordist
Miguel Nunes .... sound re-recording mixer
Bill Sheppard .... sound re-recording mixer
Matthew Stark .... boom operator
Visual Effects by
Blair Richmond .... digital compositor
Randy Butcher .... stunt coordinator
Blair Johannes .... assistant stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
Tyler Emms .... grip
Jerry Fil .... dolly operator
Ronald Hersey .... aerial director of photography
Jason Luke .... assistant camera
Ian Watson .... still photographer
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Ginger Martini .... costume supervisor
Editorial Department
Frank Biasi .... digital intermediate editor
Patrick Duchesne .... digital intermediate producer
Margaret Hutz .... digital intermediate technician (as Margaret Mansell)
Richard Martin .... additional editor
Mina Sewell Mancuso .... first assistant editor
Location Management
Mark Alleyne .... location manager
John-Paul Borchardt .... location assistant
Music Department
Nick Baxter .... score recordist
Nick Baxter .... scoring mixer
Tony Blondal .... orchestrator
The Co-Stars .... composer: additional music
Vito A. Colapietro II .... composer: additional music
Neely Dinkins Jr. .... cues composer
Alexina Matisse .... co-music supervisor
Aminé Ramer .... music supervisor (as Amine Ramer)
Derek Somaru .... music editor
Tim Williams .... conductor
Tim Williams .... orchestrator
Other crew
Joy Boden .... production executive
Jim Calarco .... stand-in
Ken Dhaliwal .... production legal
Lisa Ghione .... unit publicist
Doug Gillespie .... production accountant
Steve Gray .... helicopter pilot: camera
Krista Johnston .... clearances
Matt King .... production coordinator
Virginia Prasad .... accountant: Foundation Features
Virginia Prasad .... post accountant
Amber Ripley .... development executive: Foundation Features
Paul de Vos .... special thanks
Jason Riley .... special thanks

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Rated R for language, some violence and brief drug use
91 min

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Errors in geography: At the end when the Dynans drive by the gas station where Paul's 2 dead partners lay, we see a Canadian speed limit sign of 80 KMPH. Though the movie was shot in Canada, it was set in the USA.See more »


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22 out of 31 people found the following review useful.
Well done!, 8 September 2011
Author: dhenry68 from Sydney Australia

What happens when spoiled rich kids go to uni and make enemies? Watch and see! This movie is not a run of the mill rehash like so many put out today. This psychological thriller kept me on the edge of my seat for its entirety. It tells the story of an average young man and his family struggles. It also shows a bit behind the veil of students with low/no self esteem, as well as the effects of various social stressors such a financial difficulty, jealousy, and the effects of being a social outcast due to antisocial traits. Hence it provides a plausible explanation for the genesis of such evil acts. The plot twist is not one you will see coming! I must admit that the scary part of this movie is in its similarity to real life! Well worth the time to watch this flick.

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