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Congratulations! (2013)

In this absurd crime-thriller-comedy, Detective Dan Skok of the Missing Persons Bureau must investigate the unusual case of Paul Ryan Gray, a boy who goes missing in his own house.

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Credited cast:
John Curran ... Dan Skok
Rhoda Griffis ... Mrs. Gray
Robert Longstreet ... Mr. Eddie Gray
Jack McGee ... Childers
Adam Fristoe ... Detective Houlihan
Graeme McKeon Graeme McKeon ... David Gray
Blake Jones ... Jeff Gray
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Derrick Baines Derrick Baines ... Neighbor Family
Patricia Baines Patricia Baines ... Neighbor Family
Tonya Baines Tonya Baines ... Neighbor Family
Byron Baudo Byron Baudo ... Detective Klein
Rose Bianco ... Reporter 1
Chris Bouchard Chris Bouchard ... Reporter #3
Claire Bronson ... Mrs. Alexander
George Bryant II George Bryant II ... Detective Tovrog
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In this absurd crime-thriller-comedy, Detective Dan Skok of the Missing Persons Bureau must investigate the unusual case of Paul Ryan Gray, a boy who goes missing in his own house.

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There's no such thing as a missing person, only missing information

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3 March 2013 (USA) See more »

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Atlanta, Georgia, USA

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"There are no missing people. Just missing information"
22 September 2018 | by MsMovieMessiahSee all my reviews

Finally, something refreshingly unique, utterly insane, deer-in-the-headlights watchable and worthy of the bottle of wine consumed while viewing. Moments in the film are a witty nod to the absurd behavior that occurs in our society frequently when select public service workers and reporters tend to treat investigations as one big "selfie" and end up performing for the public and on social media rather than executing their jobs based on gathering evidence, resisting tunnel vision, and reporting facts, not assumptions. RUSH said it best with the Limelight lyrics: All the world's indeed a stage And we are merely players Performers and portrayers Each another's audience Outside the gilded cage Living in the limelight The universal dream For those who wish to seem My favorite moment had to be when the detectives were putting up the age progression wall and spacing the progression photos hours and days apart. "Here he is when he went missing and now here is how our artist believes he looks now, 4 days later". Priceless. I need more movies like this in my life. And more wine. Always more wine.


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