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Rock Jocks -- A top secret band of overworked government employees spend their night shift fighting off boredom and a meddling bureaucrat hell-bent on shutting them down, while defending the world from an onslaught of asteroids.
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  (in credits order)

Andrew Bowen ... John

Felicia Day ... Alison

Justin Chon ... Seth

Gerry Bednob ... Tom

Kevin Wu ... Danny

Mark Woolley ... Austin

Doug Jones ... Smoking Jesus

Robert Picardo ... Guard 1

Jason Mewes ... Guard 2

Greg Benson ... Outgoing Deputy
Seth Lucas Bowen ... Boy

Eugene Byrd ... Layne

Zach Callison ... Dylan
Michael Clair ... Roomate

James DuMont ... Rich

Kim Evey ... Lisa Douglas

Travis Hammer ... Outgoing Engineer
Evan Hrychyk ... 10-Year-Old Kid

Jeff Lewis ... Man

Ptolemy Slocum ... Roger
Andrew Volpe ... Outgoing Shooter

Garrett Wang ... Outgoing Crew Captain
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Louis Fantasia ... Instructor (uncredited)

Directed by
Paul V. Seetachitt 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Paul V. Seetachitt  written by

Produced by
Greg Aronowitz .... executive producer
Sheri Bryant .... producer
John Byrnes .... executive producer
David Japka .... line producer (as David Eric Japka)
Craig Lew .... producer
Original Music by
S. Peace Nistades 
Cinematography by
Polly Morgan 
Film Editing by
Adam Varney 
Casting by
Geralyn Flood 
Production Design by
Greg Aronowitz 
Art Direction by
Alynne Schripsema 
Costume Design by
Jenny Green 
Makeup Department
Daisy Maldonado .... key makeup artist
Lotus Seki .... hair department head
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Marcelo Gusmao Eid .... second second assistant director
Sendeu Flippin .... second assistant director
Jeff Fuller .... first assistant director
Marianne C. Wunch .... third assistant director (as Marianne Wunch)
Art Department
Allan Baxendale .... set construction
Mazin Dajani .... lead man
Bryan Fulk .... property master
Sloane Grace .... assistant to Mr. Aronowitz
Leonardo Nasca .... set construction
Leonardo Nasca .... set dresser
Pooja Sharma .... art department coordinator
Binh C. Than .... art department production assistant
Sound Department
Jason Abell .... adr recordist
Jason Abell .... dialogue editor
Jason Abell .... foley artist
Jeremie Cuellar .... sound recordist
Matt D. Hall .... sound designer
Andrew Garrett Lange .... adr mixer
Michael J. McDonald .... sound re-recording mixer
Michael J. McDonald .... supervising sound editor
Marcus Ricaud .... sound mixer
Special Effects by
Robert Lindores .... lead mold maker
Visual Effects by
Charlie Pryor .... visual effects artist
Steve Chang .... stunt double
Talia K. Dillingham .... stunt double: Felicia Day
Charlie Parrish .... stunt coordinator (as H. Charles Parrish)
Camera and Electrical Department
Brice Bradley .... electrician
Chris Darnell .... camera operator
Shane Detwiler .... grip
Zak Ettlinger .... electrician
Derek Hoffman .... best boy electric
Derek Hoffman .... best boy electric
Derek Hoffman .... electrician
Daniel McNutt .... rigging electrician
Terry Meadows .... gaffer
Justyn Moro .... assistant camera
Omar Pena .... key grip
Jess Reynolds .... still photographer
Casey Slade .... grip
Michael Valentine .... assistant camera
Jeff Webster .... electrician
Music Department
Paul Berolzheimer .... music editor
Jennifer Cook .... associate music producer
Benjamin Willan .... ambient music designer
Darren Wonnacott .... additional music arranged by
Darren Wonnacott .... additional programming
Other crew
Maxine Brooks .... studio teacher
Claudia Ciuffo .... production assistant
Hung Le .... production assistant
Rich Mallery .... marketing consultant

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91 min
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3 out of 7 people found the following review useful.
Worth Watching, 19 July 2013
Author: cB391 from Canada

This movie is intended for a male audience, preferably between the ages of 14-30. The humor isn't great, but definitely funny if you like "immature" humor. The only female character is played by Felicia Day (Alison), who does have a minor impact on the story, but is not properly utilized intellectually, as is the case in many Sci-Fi, Comedy movies.

Gerry Bednob, Andrew Bowen, Justin Chon and Kevin Wu help to develop the distinct characters needed for a misfit group. The acting itself is good, but hilarious writing helps to fuel this movie.

While the premise of impending doom, small group having to save the planet, "The Man" always trying to make the job harder, and the deadbeat dad role are not original, they are developed and help to conduct the story in an interesting way.

Doug Jones as Smoking Jesus, with continual exclamations of "Jesus" is definitely an upside, as well as quoting numerous movies throughout the movie.

Hopefully a deeper look at the characters and speeches throughout the movie will prompt similar movies, because there are pretty well thought out speeches made by the characters in the film.

The story itself is interesting to follow, peppered in with character conflicts that makes this an interesting movie, well worth a 85-91 minute viewing. Many people will not relate to it, and that's more than fair, but if you enjoy simplistic humor, good/great acting as well as some quality background imagery (scenes with Smoking Jesus), this might be worth a look.

Without spoiling the movie, it is hard to develop a full review, but a fair rating for this movie is 6/10, with a wide range of ratings expected between 1-10 because there will be people to whom this movie does not appeal at all, or to the target audience which it might. There are a few editing issues (talking without mouth moving) but overall the movie seems to be pretty well done.

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