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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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References Doctor Who: The Deadly Assassin: Part One (1976) See more »

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It's a War
Written by Mikey Maramag
Performed by Blackbird Balckbird
From the album "Boracay Planet"
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Cracking little independent.
2 November 2013 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

Really refreshing to see a flick that demonstrates so amply what can be achieved with just a good script.Solid characterization and some truly great moments for those who like their comedy with cringe.Fell down a little in the denouement,but clever pop culture referencing comedy with some genuine heartfelt moments. Especially interesting for those of us who grew up in the era of D&D, before video games ruled the earth,but not essential to have been there to get it.I haven't come across this group of actors before other than a the odd bit part, but there is the makings of an interesting ensemble cast here I think. Keen to see where some of the people who made this go from here.


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