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The Hooker with a Heart of Gold (2010)

An out of work surgeon creates a powerful prosthetic heart (made of solid gold) which he transplants into the body of a beautiful prostitute he accidentally runs over with his car. The two ... See full summary »

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Sarah Gobble ...
The Hooker (as Sarah Lewis)
Brian Lewis ...
Dr. Rogen
Brad Jones ...
Zalman / Steele
Ryan Mitchelle ...
Don
Jillian Zurawski ...
Janet
Jake Norvell ...
Mike
Jerrid Foiles ...
Matty
Alex Shryock ...
Dave
Russ Harrington ...
Mr. Kaufman
Carrie Jo Stucki ...
Violet
Chris Heady ...
Freddy
Ed Glaser ...
Duncan
Josh Sanders ...
Farris
Samantha Allen ...
O'Riley
Zach Tindell ...
Bar Man
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An out of work surgeon creates a powerful prosthetic heart (made of solid gold) which he transplants into the body of a beautiful prostitute he accidentally runs over with his car. The two then find themselves on the run from her former pimp, and a team of gangsters the doctor owes money to. Written by anonymous

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Writer/director Brad Jones has stated that out of all the films he has directed, this is his favorite. See more »

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Featured in The Cinema Snob: My Baby Is Black! (2013) See more »

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Baker Street
Written and performed by Gerry Rafferty
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Did we watch the same movie?
20 March 2014 | by See all my reviews

When I read the user comments and saw the rating this movie got I immediately got suspicious. Raving reviews bordering on fellatio, and 40% giving it ten stars. Unsurprisingly, the actual movie wasn't up to par with what the IMDb page let on. The director and his friends has put a lot of effort in promoting this movie/series here.

First of all, this is an amateur movie, and virtually anyone could have done this. All you need is a camera and some friends. I would be surprised if the cost of it surpassed $500.

All actors are amateurs, and the acting is as you would suspect not very good. Most likely they're friends of the director, and the casting process was without a doubt non-existent; everyone available got a part. The movie was shot with a cheap video camera, and all dialogue is on- set, so it's sometimes hard to catch what the actors are saying.

The directing and editing is at best amateurish, with awkward angles and weird cuts, many of them interrupting the pacing of the movie and/or making it coming to a screeching halt. Some shots are far too long, and some are too short or should have been omitted entirely. There is a story in there somewhere, but all of the above makes it hard to follow.

Since the video camera used is a cheap one, it's not HD, the colors are bad and most of the lighting is from whatever lights sources there were in that particular room. I say room, because obviously there are no actual sets, all of the movie is filmed in someone's house. There are no props or visual effects, apart for some blood and a wig.

The music seems out of place and seldom fits the scenes. All music are classic pop/rock songs, all of them well-known and I would be surprised if any of them are licensed, considering the overall production values.

The good thing is that it's free to watch on thecinemasnob.com. Anything else than that would be a rip off. Some of the written dialogue is OK, with a lot of references to other movies, which I like, because it makes me feel smart. It's also somewhat funny that one of the main characters is called Dr Rogen, since he actually looks and sounds a lot like Seth Rogen.


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