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Killing the Dream (2003)

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John and Ken have made a pact: They will either make a movie by the time they are 38, or they will put .38's to each other's heads, count to 3 (or 38 - 'cuz it's like a theme) and pull the ... See full summary »

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Brian Dalton

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Brian Dalton
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Cast

Credited cast:
Joel Spence ... Ken Chandler
Drew Droege ... John Colburt
Sean Douglas ... David Steel
Amy Rohren ... Amy Lomborg
Evan Andes Evan Andes ... Jarom Lomborg
Mike Shapiro Mike Shapiro ... Blake Damon
Christopher Cowan Christopher Cowan ... Trevor Jenkins
Kurt Bodden Kurt Bodden ... Dr. Bobbi
David Ury ... Interviewer / Agent / Ron
Terrill Warren ... Bob
Gina Sandy ... Crew (as Gina Bernstein)
Kenneth Woods Kenneth Woods ... Bruce
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Aries of PJ's Pugs Aries of PJ's Pugs ... Aries (Pug Dog)
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John and Ken have made a pact: They will either make a movie by the time they are 38, or they will put .38's to each other's heads, count to 3 (or 38 - 'cuz it's like a theme) and pull the trigger. Using their friends, neighbors and a "real Hollywood actor", they will set out to fulfill their life-long dream. Or perhaps, beat it to death. Written by Brian Dalton

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mockumentary | black comedy | See All (2) »

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USA

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English

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Burbank, California, USA See more »

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Lazy Eye Pictures See more »
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Paging Dr. Bob
14 September 2003 | by therealjaxSee all my reviews

After seeing this movie at the Temecula Valley Film Festival, I don't think I can look at independent film-making the same way as I did before. This is a world class Mockumentary that can hold its own with some of the greats like Spinal Tap and Best in Show. I can only hope that no one like these characters ever get their hands on a project, or we might see the end of western civilization as we know it! Kudos to all involved, it rightfully deserved the best feature film award.


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