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Walk-In (2012)

An engineer with a terminal disease meets an in angel in his dreams who challenges the very premise of mortality by offering to take over his diseased body in return for giving him the body of a puppy.

Director:

Scott Blum

Writer:

Scott Blum
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Cast

Credited cast:
Jim Alexander Jim Alexander ... Tony Pedestrian (as Jim Hasani)
Brandy Carson Brandy Carson ... Animal Shelter Volunteer
Danforth Comins ... Don / Robert
Catherine E. Coulson
Michael Elich Michael Elich ... Dr. Eli Michaels
Richard Elmore Richard Elmore ... Doctor
Jimmy Garcia Jimmy Garcia ... Eric
Renee Hewitt Renee Hewitt ... Cynthia
Liisa Ivary Liisa Ivary ... Officer Bethany "Darlene" Jackson
Miriam Laube ... Suzanne
Dennis Nicomede Dennis Nicomede ... Man on the Street
Dayvin Turchiano ... Swat Team Member
Brad Whitmore Brad Whitmore ... Officer Mac Williams
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An engineer with a terminal disease meets an in angel in his dreams who challenges the very premise of mortality by offering to take over his diseased body in return for giving him the body of a puppy.

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Genres:

Drama | Fantasy

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

15 June 2012 (USA) See more »

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Wish I'd Been at the Dentist
24 September 2012 | by kr98664See all my reviews

As I approach the milestone of my 50th birthday, I finally realize why I was put on Earth. I'll never be like Jonas Salk and discover a cure for a horrible disease. I'll never explore the heavens like Neil Armstrong. I'll never paint a masterpiece like Renoir. But I do know my life will have purpose if I can save one person from sitting through this movie.

No doubt the creative team meant well, but this was dreadful. The storyline had so much potential, but it was wasted. Most of the acting was painful to watch. The script was disjointed and sadly predictable. On top of everything, the entire effort was about as depressing as could be. My wife and I attended with high hopes, and we really appreciate non-mainstream movies. Somberly filing out of the theater, we overheard many others echoing our same disappointment.

On the plus side, the movie was mercifully short at only 80 minutes. We had invited our daughter and son-in-law to join us, and since I had picked the movies, I now have to do 80 minutes' worth of chores for each of them as penance. All four of us, frequent movie- goers, wholeheartedly agreed this was the worst movie we'd ever seen.


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