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The Wingman (2012)

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A professional womanizer coerces his relationship counselor into helping him seduce women, only to discover that having him as his best friend is more important than using him to satisfy his insatiable sex drive.

Director:

Jim Garrison

Writer:

Jim Garrison
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5 wins & 4 nominations. See more awards »

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Cast

Credited cast:
Peter Benson ... Jack
Geoff Gustafson ... Josh
Iris Paluly ... Roxan
Laura Wilson ... Sarah
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Diana Bello Diana Bello ... Mandy
Trisha Blair ... Ashley (as Trisha Rausse)
Jason Burkart ... Bartender
Chris Burns Chris Burns ... Bouncer
Brian J. Coffey Brian J. Coffey ... Harry
Joe Dall'Antonia Joe Dall'Antonia ... Victor
Caz Odin Darko ... Gangster 2
Rebecca Davis ... Sally
Michael Dickson ... Carlos
Rick Dobran Rick Dobran ... Vinny
Elena Esovolova ... Nancy
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A professional womanizer coerces his relationship counselor into helping him seduce women, only to discover that having him as his best friend is more important than using him to satisfy his insatiable sex drive.

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When it comes to finding the right girl...First you need to meet the right guy!

Genres:

Comedy

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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Company Credits

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Garrison Productions See more »
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Color:

Color
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An Independent Gem
10 January 2012 | by steveoactorSee all my reviews

I was invited to attend a Screening of a new Vancouver Independent Film on January 7, and was pleasantly surprised. Anyone familiar with me knows my high professional values when performing, or how I will walk out of a boring Film. These no/low productions can be amusing at times and even interesting, but the lower cost production values with inexperienced Actors and Crew usually make it obvious the money trail was short. "The Wingman" (2011) is the most refreshing exception to the rule I've ever seen. The Cinematography was beautiful, as the scenery and many Looks of Vancouver are the reason it has such a large Tourist Industry, and has been the 3rd largest Film Centre in North America for twenty years. That being said, many Scenes are Interiors, but lit by a definite professional, and with flawless Set Design. The music itself said much larger production, and and I know this because I wasn't paying attention to any of those things. I was transfixed by the engaging storyline, and deeply connected characters. It is a mature script and by being well Directed keeps you interested and caring about these people. The only insight I will give is that it is funny, and you will leave this Film smiling and a little bit wiser.


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