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After Film School (2014)

Shooting The Musical is a dark, comedic mockumentary about a group of young film school graduates attempting to create the most offensive film of all time: 'High School Shooting the Musical...
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Cast

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Adam Baxter
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Denis Micheals
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Aubrey
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Janice
Rory W. Tucker ...
Randy
Casey Margolis ...
Casey Margolis
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Mia
Dayna Mahannah ...
Hannah (Camera Woman)
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Maximus Park
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Father Ramsay
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Christie
Mike Doaga ...
Mike
Vangie McCarthy ...
Adam's Mom
Vance McCarthy ...
Adam's Dad
Pamela Loy ...
Max's Mom
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Shooting The Musical is a dark, comedic mockumentary about a group of young film school graduates attempting to create the most offensive film of all time: 'High School Shooting the Musical'.

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Comedy | Musical

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6 February 2015 (Canada)  »

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Casey Margolis as you may know as the young Jonah Hill from Superbad has a small cameo role in this movie. See more »

Soundtracks

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Lyrics and Composition by Stewart Yu, & Lena Dabrusen
Vocals by: Stewart Yu, Lena Dabrusen, Sayer Roberts
Arranged by Robert Phaneuf & Chase Horseman
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I thought After film School was hilarious. I recommend it.
18 December 2014 | by (Calgary, Alberta) – See all my reviews

Why I gave After Film School a 10 / 10 score. I was first skeptical when I read that it was a comedy and a musical about a high school shooting. But the trailer was really good, then I was really impressed with the movie. It is quite funny, considering the subject matter. I think the musical aspect helped make the theme much lighter and less offensive. The acting was really good. Most of the actors and actresses were really professional. Adam, (played by Bruce N.) is an excellent actor, and I also liked the British actor. I loved the audition for the singers to be in the musical. Great job there, it was definitely a 'laugh-out-loud' moment. The voices sounded really professional, don't know if the actors were really singing or not, but it sounded great. There was only one part in the film I wasn't enthusiastic about, and that was the role of 'the cousin'. Or at least bleeped out all his swear words. The ending was very suspenseful. Overall, this movie is worth a 10.


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