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Love & Teleportation (2013)

Brian Owens was once a prominent professor of quantum mechanics until an accident stripped him of his credentials; he now teaches at a community college. In order to reclaim his stature, he... See full summary »

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Cast

Credited cast:
Jan Van Sickle ... Brian Owens
Robin DeMarco ... Shelly Douglas
Adair Jameson Adair Jameson ... Michelle
Chuma Gault ... Michael
David Pevsner ... Scott
Patrick John Hurley ... Bill
Mars Crain ... Eddie
Kate Parkin Kate Parkin ... Steph
Chuck Church Chuck Church ... Max
Holly McGreevy Scott Holly McGreevy Scott ... Receptionist (as Holly McGreevy)
J.A. Streeter J.A. Streeter ... Thug (as Joshua Streeter)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Matthew Gittelson Matthew Gittelson ... College Student
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Brian Owens was once a prominent professor of quantum mechanics until an accident stripped him of his credentials; he now teaches at a community college. In order to reclaim his stature, he is trying to build the world's first teleportation machine in his garage at night. Written by Anonymous

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Country:

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Language:

English

Release Date:

14 February 2013 (USA) See more »

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Los Angeles, California, USA

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McGatlin Films See more »
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The film was shot in 16 days with a crew of four. See more »

Goofs

Michelle identifies the Spanish-style building in her painting as being on "Main Street, in Seal Beach". Actually, although it is indeed Seal Beach, California, the building (which is the Seal Beach City Hall) is located on 8th Street (one street to the west of Main Street). Since she's supposed to have lived in the town for years, it's unlikely she'd make that mistake. See more »

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Something Works
30 January 2016 | by pablo-272-83163See all my reviews

There's a lot wrong with this movie. Some of the acting is off, large sections of the plot are logically unsupportable and the decision to use African American actors exclusively for the villains is not only cartoonish but unconscionable. That said, somehow, the movie manages to sustain a certain charm throughout. The lead character isn't necessarily believable, but he's watchable and enjoyable. Likewise with the relationship between the two leads. Not believable, but watchable and enjoyable. I also thought they did a good job on production design. You can tell it's a low- budget movie but nothing looks bad - sparse, maybe - but not bad. It doesn't look cheap. Likewise with the lighting and cinematography. It's not particularly artful, but there's nothing distractingly bad about it.


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