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Zero Charisma (2013)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Drama | 8 October 2013 (USA)
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An overgrown nerd who serves as Game Master of a fantasy board game finds his role as leader of the misfits put into jeopardy when a new initiate enters the group.

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Scott
Brock England ...
Wayne
Garrett Graham ...
Miles
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Wanda
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Barbara
Brian Losoya ...
Leonard
Vincent James Prendergast ...
Martin (as Vincent Prendergast)
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Greg Goran
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Pete
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Kendra
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Bob
Jeff Fenter ...
Kenny
Micheal Foulk ...
Kevin
James Patrick Robinson ...
Russell
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Sarah
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An overgrown nerd who serves as Game Master of a fantasy board game finds his role as leader of the misfits put into jeopardy when a new initiate enters the group.

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The dialogue of Scott claiming he wrote The Matrix (1999) is based off of a friend the writer Andrew Matthews had who made the same claim back in High School. Even with the proof offered (similar to what Miles says to Scott), the friend still boasts about "his" creation of The Matrix. See more »

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Bob: Are you in to Wizards and shit?
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Come Home
Written by Inne Eysermans
Performed by Amatorski
From the album "TBC/Same Start We Shared"
Published by Strictly Confidential/Les Editions de la Bascule
Used by kind permission of Crammed Discs
By arrangement with Wixen Music Publishing
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an insulting waste of 97 minutes of my life...
2 November 2013 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Frankly as a nerd i'm quite offended by this ridiculously predictable portrayal of a nerds life, it has just about every boring cliché that has become overused by years of declining media values such as geeks and nerds are fat, socially awkward, angry and in need of every bodies pity, whilst in most cases this may be true, it was unnecessary to throw it in the viewers face at every turn. I would absolutely NOT recommend this insulting pile of garbage to anyone other than maybe a schoolyard bully wanting to laugh at all the childish jokes that have ever been thought up to hurt nerds and geeks. I watched this movie because i was highly bored and the tag-line stood out, it failed to even alleviate the boredom slightly.


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