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The Loft -- The story of five married guys who conspire to secretly share a penthouse loft in the city -- a place where they can carry out hidden affairs and indulge in their deepest fantasies. But the fantasy becomes a nightmare when they discover the dead body of an unknown woman in the loft, and they realize one of the group must be involved.


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Five married guys conspire to secretly share a penthouse loft in the city--a place where they can carry out hidden affairs and indulge in their deepest fantasies. But the fantasy becomes a nightmare when they discover the dead body of an unknown woman in the loft, and they realize one of the group must be involved. | Add synopsis »
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Karl Urban ... Vincent Stevens

James Marsden ... Chris Vanowen

Wentworth Miller ... Luke Seacord

Eric Stonestreet ... Marty Landry

Matthias Schoenaerts ... Philip Trauner

Isabel Lucas ... Sarah Deakins

Rachael Taylor ... Anne Morris

Rhona Mitra ... Allison Vanowen

Valerie Cruz ... Barbara Stevens

Kali Rocha ... Mimi Landry

Elaine Cassidy ... Ellie Seacord

Margarita Levieva ... Vicky Fry

Kristin Lehman ... Detective Huggins

Robert Wisdom ... Detective Cohagan

Ric Reitz ... Joel Kotkin

Graham Beckel ... Hiram Fry

Kathy Deitch ... Dana

Dora Madison Burge ... Zoe Trauner

Cindi Woods ... Mrs. Fry

Laura Cayouette ... Mrs. Kotkin
Barbara Dzikanowice ... Prostitute
Kim Ormiston ... Party Girl
Misty Ormiston ... Party Girl

Griff Furst ... Zoe's Friend
Eric Dickinson ... Zoe's Friend
Dennis Bagneris ... Bar Slickster Guy

Leticia Jimenez ... Bar Slickster Girl

Bill Scharpf ... Security Guard

Trace Cheramie ... Security Guard
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Rhonda Floyd Aguillard ... Guest at Charity Function (uncredited)

Lauren Alexandra ... Real Estate Agent (uncredited)

Monica Rene'e Anderson ... Restaurant Patron (uncredited)

Hillary Bosarge ... Zoe's Friend (uncredited)
Joshua Braud ... Coffee House Guy (uncredited)

Astrid Bryan ... Uninterested Girl (uncredited)
Felder Charbonnet ... Detective (uncredited)

Stephanie Claire ... Girl in Bar (uncredited)
Edward J. Clare ... Patron (uncredited)

Julie Ann Doan ... Motorist (uncredited)

Alexander Eldimiati ... Police Officer Spencer (uncredited)
Emily D. Haley ... Casino Patron (uncredited)
Gene Kevin Hames Jr. ... Craps Dealer #1 (uncredited)
John C. Klein ... Gallery Patron (uncredited)
Cynthia LeBlanc ... Police Detective / Shopper / Casino Patron (uncredited)
Elton LeBlanc ... Casino Player / Shopper (uncredited)
Stephen Livaudais ... Dr. Steve (uncredited)

Moses Munoz ... Casino Patron (uncredited)
Taylor Newman ... Casino Patron (uncredited)

Jay Oliver ... Casino Patron (uncredited)
Jessica Poumaroux ... Bit Part (uncredited)

Steve Rally ... Casino Player (uncredited)
Kerry Sims ... Casino Patron (uncredited)
Logan Douglas Smith ... Detective / Casino Patron (uncredited)

Aspen Steib ... Casino Blackjack Player (uncredited)
Darren Sumner ... Wedding Guest / Casino Patron (uncredited)
Nathan Alan Thomas ... Waiter (uncredited)
Daniel Vincent ... Charity Benefit Guest (uncredited)

Directed by
Erik Van Looy 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Bart De Pauw  screenplay and story
Wesley Strick  screenplay

Produced by
Hilde De Laere .... producer
Matt DeRoss .... producer
Steve Golin .... producer
Paul Green .... producer
Barbara Kelly .... executive producer
Adam Shulman .... producer
Original Music by
John Frizzell (score composer)
Cinematography by
Nicolas Karakatsanis 
Film Editing by
Eddie Hamilton 
Casting by
Barbara Fiorentino 
Production Design by
Maia Javan 
Art Direction by
James A. Gelarden 
Kurt Loyens 
Set Decoration by
Cynthia Anne Slagter 
Andy Van Cauwenbergh 
Costume Design by
Liz Staub 
Makeup Department
Marcos Gonzales .... hair stylist
Allison Gordin .... makeup department head
Rob Hillenbrink .... special makeup effects artist
Dee Leveque .... assistant hair stylist
Darryl Lucas .... key makeup artist
Yolanda Mercadel .... key hair stylist
LeDiedra Richard-Baldwin .... assistant makeup artist
Remi Savva .... makeup artist
Donna Spahn .... hair department head
Emily Tatum .... makeup artist
Marleen Verstrepen .... makeup artist
Production Management
Guy De Lombaert .... unit production manager
Griet Meukens .... post-production supervisor
Carole Peterman .... unit production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Scott August .... second assistant director
Richard Cowan .... first assistant director
Niko Himschoot .... second second assistant director
Raffaële Lambot .... second assistant director
Gerson Paz .... second second assistant director
Art Department
Caitlin Alvarez .... art department: production assistant
Michael Arena .... lead greens
Chris Britt .... set dresser
Ruben Hermans .... carpenter
Heather Korman .... props
Sam Lothridge .... on-set dresser
Michael S. Martin .... property master
Kimberly Murphy .... buyer
Slaid Parker .... set dresser
Jared Pendergrass .... additional property
Jared Pendergrass .... set dresser
Geert Prinsmel .... carpenter
Patrick Roig .... set dresser
Victoria St. Pierre .... lead scenic
Carlos Theus .... carpenter
Niko Zahlten .... set dresser
Sound Department
Timothy Cargioli .... boom operator
Peter Flamman .... sound designer
Jason Gaya .... adr mixer
Jonathan Gaynor .... sound mixer
Steven Huerstel .... sound utility
Dennis Kersten .... sound editor
Matthew W. Kielkopf .... first assistant sound editor
Tom Ozanich .... sound re-recording mixer
Richard Schexnayder .... sound mixer
Philippe van Leer .... foley artist
Pieter Van Steenkiste .... boom operator
Wart Wamsteker .... sound designer
Special Effects by
Donnie Dean .... special effects coordinator
Skylar Gorrell .... special effects technician
Justin B. Johnson .... special effects technician
Mik Kastner .... special effects technician
Matt Kutcher .... special effects supervisor
Monica Reilly .... special effects technician
Robert G. Willard .... pyrotechnician
Visual Effects by
Julien Chandelle .... digital compositor
Ian Dawson .... producer: Title Sequence
Stefan Rycken .... digital artist
Stefan Rycken .... visual effects supervisor
Makis Stergiou .... compositor
Mike Uguccioni .... visual effects supervisor
Stanton Barrett .... stunt rigger
John Bernecker .... stunt double: Wentworth Miller
Trace Cheramie .... stunts
Chris J. Fanguy .... stunt performer
Chris J. Fanguy .... stunt rigger
Jeff Galpin .... stunt coordinator
Ben Jensen .... key stunt rigger
Holly O'Quin .... stunt rigger
Christian Petersson .... stunt coordinator: Belgium
Felipe Savahge .... stunt double: Wentworth Miller
Mike Wilson .... stunts
Camera and Electrical Department
Patrick Barnes .... technocrane operator
Skip Bolen .... additional still photographer
Thomas Caselli .... first assistant camera (as Thomas Casselli)
Luke Cauthern .... dolly grip: "b" camera
Laurens De Grande .... electrician
Steve Dietl .... still photographer
Stephen Early .... second assistant camera: b camera
Chris Fisher .... steadicam assistant
Hilton Garrett .... best boy grip
Kevin Gazdik .... gaffer
Larry Gianneschi IV .... first assistant camera: "a"
Andre Green .... rigging gaffer
Tim Janssens .... gaffer
McKay Johnson .... digital imaging technician
King Lanaux .... rigging key grip
Justin LeBlanc .... lighting technician
Dries Leerschool .... key grip
Nicolas Lemoine .... grip
Patrick Longman .... aerial cinematographer
Jon McGinty .... lighting technician
Christopher Meydrich .... lighting technician
Veerle Pipeleers .... grip
Declan Ryan .... balloon light technician
Colin Scherr .... additional lighting technician
Derek A. Schwebel .... video assist
Rick Secosky .... grip
Sofie Silberman .... still photographer
Zach Smithers .... lighting technician
Jason Sutton .... Hydrascope operator
Wim Swinnen .... additional electrician
Mattijs Van Doninck .... lighting technician
Robert Veliky .... second assistant camera: a
Jo Vermaercke .... steadicam operator
Animation Department
Sean Dowey .... main title animator
Casting Department
Ryan Glorioso .... location casting
Charlene Lee .... casting assistant
Katrina Wandel .... casting associate
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Jones Casey .... costume p.a.
Anne Cicero .... costume shopper
Mollie Gates .... wardrobe assistant
Frances LeCompte .... tailor/seamstress
Amy Lynch .... set costumer
Lauren Mallard .... costumer
Alison Parker .... key set costumer
Wendy Talley .... assistant costume designer
Jen Wasson .... set costumer
Editorial Department
Riccardo Bacigalupo .... assistant editor: UK
Sam Bollinger .... assistant editor
Maxine Gervais .... digital intermediate colorist
David B. Hall .... assistant editor
McKay Johnson .... dailies supervisor
Erik Kaufmann .... digital intermediate editor
Thomas Nollet .... assistant editor
Olivier Ogneux .... colorist
Adam Ohl .... digital intermediate producer
Music Department
Boban Apostolov .... scoring pro tools engineer
Georgi Hristovski .... score recording engineer
Schuyler David Johnson .... orchestrator
Schuyler David Johnson .... score co-producer
Laura Katz .... music supervisor
Andrew Kinney .... orchestrator
Haim Mazar .... orchestrator
F.A.M.E.'S. Project .... orchestra and studio contractor
Larry Rench .... orchestrator
Brian Richards .... music editor
Andy Ross .... executive music supervisor
Transportation Department
Dawn Cook .... driver
Travis Hux .... transportation captain
Amy Jo Larsen .... driver
Other crew
Nathan A. Aronson .... production secretary
Barbara Babb .... set production assistant
Eli Backs .... it department
Charlotte Bellengé .... production assistant
Jennifer Benton .... production assistant
Hillary Bosarge .... stand-in
Shaun Cain .... first assistant accountant
Gregory S. Carr .... key set production assistant
Jamie Coghill .... production legal
Brandon Cordon .... stand in for matthias schoenaerts
Brandon Cordon .... stand-in
Jennifer Culicchia .... stand-in: Isabel Lucas
Barbra Daemen .... stage manager
Angel De La Vina .... additional set production assistant
Grant Derkac .... assistant to Mr. Golin
Eric Dickinson .... assistant: Mr. Green
Virginie During .... production coordinator
Anne Fader .... production assistant
John Flanders .... dialect coach to matthias schoenaerts
Ashley Foster .... set production assistant
Jennifer Zolten Freed .... post production accountant
Charlie French .... locations
Gregory Allen Gabroy .... photo double
David Scott Gaudin .... stand-in
Moira Glace .... basecamp production assistant
Justin Groetsch .... production coordinator
P.J. Haines .... chef
Andre Herrera .... additional production assistant
Ann Horton .... second assistant accountant
Nana Jans .... production assistant
John A. Johnston .... location manager
Ben Klein .... assistant to Mr. Shulman
John C. Klein .... stand-in
John C. Klein .... stand-in: Ric Reitz & Eric Stonestreet
Lisa Latter .... key assistant location manager
Kathleen Lynch .... key craft service
Paul Mayersohn .... production legal
Todd Owens .... stand-in: Karl Urban
Bradley Randall .... production assistant
Ryan Robertson .... main title producer
Christine Schraepen .... assistant to Ms. De Laere
Francine Segal .... dialect coach: cast
Lauren Rae Sullivan .... location assistant
Jared Swidzinski .... production assistant
Ine Tassignon .... production assistant
Abby Taylor .... production assistant
A.J. Timmcke .... assistant production coordinator
Jake Turner .... accounting clerk
Eric Scott Williamson .... production assistant
Jessica Williamson .... payroll accountant
Pamela Williamson .... production accountant
Geraldine Glenn .... casting assistant (uncredited)

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Rated R for sexual content, nudity, bloody violence, language and some drug use
108 min
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48 out of 70 people found the following review useful.
Silly but entertaining puzzle, 17 October 2014
Author: NonkelJulien from Belgium

Having seen the original movie 'Loft' by Erik Van Looy (, I was hoping for a fresh take. But a fresh take is obviously not why they hired the same Van Looy to direct this version. This is essentially the same movie, just without subtitles.

In short, the building blocks of 'The Loft' are a set of plot twists. They are mostly silly, suffering from a few red herrings that hurt the story's credibility, but it's still entertaining to watch them unfold. Largely because the movie flows well for the most part, with only a few dull moments in the first half.

Although I preferred the exterior design of the original loft, the overall cinematography of 'The Loft' feels a little warmer and more comfortable. Only a little though, because the characters in it are stone cold. James Marsden is the warmest character in the frame, but like everybody else he doesn't get enough to work with to make for a convincing character that the audience can identify with. The characters are The Loft's biggest flaw (as they were in the original), which is especially disappointing since making you care about characters has often been a strong and successful focus in Bart de Pauw's earlier scripts. There are just too many of them, and as a consequence most of the dialog in the back story scenes is expositional and feels awkward. There's never an opportunity for development. The characters are just there to lead you from one twist to the next.

The overall acting suffers as a result. Strangely I felt that Rhona Mitra, with barely any screen time, delivers one of the better performances, with obvious anger below her coldness, yet just enough restrain. Wentworth Miller does what he does best. He doesn't seem to care much, but still feels like a good fit, even with the little information we get for his character. Matthias Schoenaerts' presence is undeniable. But as a guy who seems to be on edge pretty much all the time, his marriage seems plainly unlikely, and his past couldn't be revealed more clumsily. Still, he's a welcome contrast to the otherwise held back main cast. It's a pity that he was clearly suffering from sickness or fatigue in a few scenes, where it's blatantly obvious how much he had to strain his voice. It's arguably suiting his character, but it's still distracting.

The concept of this story lends itself to a much darker movie, and this just feels like a missed opportunity. I can't help but wonder how this would've worked as a film noir. You have five characters that could easily be despicable and instantly more interesting, and the women couldn't be more fatale. Of course, film noir doesn't sell anymore, so instead we get a bright and shiny thriller that doesn't thrill, that keeps you guessing, but doesn't make you ask questions. It deals with edgy themes, but it barely skims them and focuses on polish instead.

7/10. It's definitely an enjoyable watch, but only for people who're into the whole whodunit thing. Not if you're looking for anything more. It's successful at what it is and doesn't pretend to be anything else, but I can't help but sense the potential for something more.

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