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It's a Disaster ()


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Four couples meet for Sunday brunch only to discover they are stuck in a house together as the world may be about to end.

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Lexi
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Buck
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Glen
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Hedy
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Shane
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Emma
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Pete
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Tracy
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Dog Walker
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Jenny
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Gordon
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Hal
Will Coleman ...
Public Radio Host (voice) (as Will T.S. Coleman)
Helena Wei ...
Emergency Broadcaster (voice)
Jared Sosa ...
John From Liberty Financial (voice)

Directed by

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Todd Berger

Written by

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Todd Berger ... (written by)

Produced by

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Laura Adkin ... associate producer
Molly Christie Benson ... line producer
Gordon Bijelonic ... producer
Kevin M. Brennan ... producer (as Kevin Brennan)
Jesse Draper ... executive producer
Robert Gosling ... executive producer
Jeff Grace ... producer
Dean Katamanin ... associate producer
Krysanne Katsoolis ... executive producer
Thoma Kikis ... co-executive producer
Mark Korshak ... executive producer
Matthew Kovner ... co-executive producer
Alison Lee ... executive producer
John Margetis ... executive producer
Jordan Marks ... associate producer
Rob McGillivray ... executive producer
Elizabeth Scully ... associate producer
Eric Sherman ... executive producer
Caroline Stevens ... executive producer
Brett D. Thompson ... producer
Datari Turner ... producer

Cinematography by

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Nancy Schreiber

Film Editing by

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Franklin Peterson

Editorial Department

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Jonathan M. Dillon ... assistant editor (as Jonathan Dillon)
Aaron Peak ... colorist: Hollywood DI
Neil W. Smith ... digital intermediate supervisor
Michael Suter ... post-production coordinator

Casting By

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Hannah Cooper

Production Design by

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Peter K. Benson

Art Direction by

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Gigi Barbes

Costume Design by

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Karen Mann

Makeup Department

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Jacquie Fetch ... assistant hair stylist
Devin Joplin ... assistant makeup artist
Megan Kildoo ... assistant hair stylist
Meredith Lovegrove ... key hair stylist
Dani Maslaney ... assistant makeup artist
Shauna O'Toole ... makeup department head

Production Management

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Molly Christie Benson ... unit production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Jonathan Hay ... second second assistant director
Eric Sherman ... first assistant director
Steve Windle ... second assistant director

Art Department

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Adam Clark ... props
Ofa Halapua ... art coordinator
Christopher Pearce ... set dresser
Mariano Rueda ... set dresser

Sound Department

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Matt Brailey ... foley artist
Scott Cannizzaro ... adr mixer
Patrick Giraudi ... foley supervisor
Sam Hamer ... sound mixer
Ted Hamer ... boom operator
Andy Hay ... re-recording mixer / sound designer
Jesse Pomeroy ... supervising sound editor
Paul Stanley ... supervising sound editor
Yu-Ting Su ... foley mixer
Jake Valentine ... adr mixer

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Mary McIlwain ... rotoscope

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Aaron Arendt ... visual effects supervisor
Neil W. Smith ... digital intermediate supervisor: Hollywood_DI

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Rodney Austin ... second assistant camera, "b" camera, day player
Christopher M. Bauer ... best boy/grip (as Chris Bauer)
David Condrey ... second assistant camera: "a" camera, day player
Justin Gamboa ... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Christos Georgakopoulos ... grip
Jeff Godshall ... lamp operator
Jasper Granderath ... first assistant camera: "a" camera
Ric Griffith ... steadicam operator
David A. Hoffman ... electrician
Nate Howard ... key grip
Anthony Kwan ... digital imaging technician
Chris Lewis ... gaffer
Michael Off ... camera operator
Colby Oliver ... camera operator: "a" camera / director of photography: second unit
Chase Parsons ... digital imaging technician
Paul Samaniego ... gaffer
Morgan Crikey Smith ... best boy lighting technician
Leonard P. Walsh II ... camera operator / second assistant camera: A camera
Rachel Watrous ... electrician
Tom Wood ... gaffer

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Ali Becraft ... costumer
Samantha Pavlat ... set costumer
Natasha Romanow ... costumer
Kristen Saints ... wardrobe supervisor

Music Department

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Chris Martins ... music supervisor
Austin Wintory ... music consultant

Other crew

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Will Coleman ... key set production assistant
Justin Desrosiers ... production assistant
Megan Friberg ... production assistant
Christina Jarboe ... stand-in
Santino S. Lamancusa ... production assistant
Doug Manley ... production assistant
Nina Millin ... production assistant
Travis Nicholson ... production assistant
Liza Oppenheimer ... production assistant
Beth Prouty ... production assistant
Brand Rackley ... production assistant
Mark Rogers ... benefactor
Mark G. Rogers ... benefactor
Christopher R. Sabin ... benefactor
Tyler Schnabel ... production assistant
Tim Schwartz ... production assistant
Shannon Volkenant ... script supervisor
Helena Wei ... still photgrapher
Anna F. Winters ... production assistant

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Tyson Birmann ... thanks
Paul Duddridge ... special thanks
Joe Riley ... special thanks (as Joe A. Riley)

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Plot Summary

Eight friends meet for their monthly couples brunch. But what starts as an impromptu therapy session/airing of domestic grievances takes a sudden, catastrophic turn when the city falls victim to a mysterious attack. Trapped in the house and unsure of their fates, these seemingly normal people become increasingly unhinged to surprising results. Written by Oscilloscope Pictures

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Also Known As
  • It's a Disaster - Bist du bereit? (Germany)
  • Taka piekna katastrofa (Poland)
  • See on katastroof (Estonia)
  • To party tis katastrofis (Greece)
  • Это катастрофа (Russia)
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Runtime
  • 88 min
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Budget $500,000 (estimated)
Opening Weekend United States $15,305, 14 Apr 2013

Did You Know?

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Trivia (Director Cameo) Todd Berger: Plays Hal, the next door neighbor in the hazmat suit. See more »
Goofs Glen's belief that he will go to heaven when dies and his motivation for lethally drugging the wine is so the others will too. Being a biblical historian and devout believer it seems very strange that he fails to realize that his plan will result in his breaking the commandment "Thou Shall not kill" several times over and his own participation would be considered suicide which are both grievous sins in the Christian faith that guarantee his being condemned to hell. The sin of murder is negated by Tracy telling every one about the plan but their acceptance would still be seen as suicide meaning they would be condemned to hell anyway. See more »
Movie Connections References The Lady from Shanghai (1947). See more »
Soundtracks 1812 Overture See more »
Crazy Credits Schubert's Ave Maria is listed as written by Chopin. See more »
Quotes Hedy: Do you think that when we die, we have to wear the clothes we died in for all of eternity?
Buck: No way. I bet we get those kickin' white robes like you see in the old cartoons.
Hedy: I look awful in white. Maybe Emma would let me borrow some sweats.
Buck: I bet you get a sweet-ass harp too.
Hedy: Hmmmm...
[scoffs]
Hedy: Do you have any idea how many human beings are estimated to have lived and died on Earth throughout all of time?
Buck: I have absolutely no idea.
Hedy: 106 billion.
Buck: Wow.
Hedy: Yeah. So what you're saying is that when we die we're going to a place where 106 billion people are sitting around playing the harp. That would be really fucking annoying.
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