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Fully Loaded (2011)

Not Rated | | Comedy | 2011 (USA)
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On a rare evening out, two feisty single moms discover that it's not so easy to hook up with a total stranger (Dweezil Zappa) anymore. This "van-centric" dark comedy, set in LA--offers an ... See full summary »

Director:

Shira Piven

Writers:

Paula Killen (screenplay), Lisa Ann Orkin (screenplay) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Credited cast:
Paula Killen ... Paula
Lisa Ann Orkin Lisa Ann Orkin ... Lisa
Dweezil Zappa ... Eric
Jake La Botz Jake La Botz ... Jake
David Koechner ... Dave Koechner
John Farley ... Alex
David Yow ... David - bartender
Ana Gasteyer ... Jane
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Walid Amini ... Armen
Keith Bass Keith Bass ... 1 of 3 Jacks
Terrence Beasor ... Lisa's Dad
Helene Bloom Helene Bloom ... Helene Bloom
Mark Boone Junior ... Boone
Rob Bouton ... Jane's Date
John Ross Bowie ... Richard
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On a rare evening out, two feisty single moms discover that it's not so easy to hook up with a total stranger (Dweezil Zappa) anymore. This "van-centric" dark comedy, set in LA--offers an opportunity to eavesdrop on how women genuinely feel about men, relationships and themselves. Written by reznik

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Comedy

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Not Rated
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

2011 (USA) See more »

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Figment Films See more »
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Color
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Winner of the "Audience Favorite Feature" Award at Palm Beach international Film Festival. See more »

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Lost Child
Written by Jake La Botz
Performed by Jake La Botz
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The truth of being single and out there
13 November 2012 | by natamojo686See all my reviews

Saw this movie at a Newport Beach Film Festival in 2012 and was pleasantly surprised! The movie nicely delivers some truths of our current existence: this is indeed how LA looks at night to single women trying to have fun and get "out there"; this is indeed how women talk about everything, including men; these are truly the types of fears, issues and problems that we experience in this day and age, where roles seem to be shifting and particularly in a city where everything and everyone is disposable. And the title reference is painfully relevant to a common assumption so many women make entering a relationship, seeing a potential, instead of what is really there. All this told with a great sense of humor and fantastic soundtrack, ultimately makes for a fun and inspiring movie-time.


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