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The Dramatics: A Comedy (2015)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Romance | 10 February 2015 (USA)
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Romantic comedy about an actress, who stars in a sexually explicit mini-series adaptation of a best-selling, erotic chick lit novel, and her loving but tortured stoner boyfriend is forced to deal with it.

Director:

Scott Rodgers

Writers:

Kat Foster (co-writer), Scott Rodgers (co-writer)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Kat Foster ... Katie
Scott Rodgers ... Paul
Timm Sharp ... Jim
Thomas Sadoski ... Gordon Bullard
Riki Lindhome ... Abigail
Jake Shears ... Jason
Sean Astin ... Alex Wilson Dixon
Pablo Schreiber ... Bryan Macy
Paul F. Tompkins ... Anton Campbell
Colton Dunn ... Dennis
Michael Daniel Cassady ... Matt (as Michael Cassady)
Josh Fadem ... Erich
Luka Jones ... Gun Store Owner
Rosemarie DeWitt ... Jacqueline
Deanna Russo ... Rebecca Moss
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The Dramatics is a romantic comedy about a sweet, but stressed out actress, who unexpectedly lands a starring role in the sexually explicit mini-series adaptation of a best-selling, erotic chick lit novel and her loving, but tortured stoner boyfriend, who is forced to deal with it. Loosely based on the lives of Kat Foster and Scott Rodgers, who co-penned the script and co-star in the film, The Dramatics marks their first feature together and Rodger's directorial debut. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Romance

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

10 February 2015 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

The Call See more »

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Vanishing Angle See more »
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Jim: How are you doing? How's... how's Katie?
Paul: We"re good.
Jim: Good. Does it ever bother you that she such an ass kicker and that you're just a stoner?
Paul: I'm not just a stoner.
Jim: Of course you're not. She's not just an ass-kicker. No one's just one thing.
Paul: For sure, man.
Jim: Yeah, that's wh... That's really what makes human beings so awesome is that it's our flaws that make us beautiful. And only when you can love yourself can you truly love somebody else.
Paul: Where do you get this stuff, man?
Jim: It's out there, you ...
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References Taxi Driver (1976) See more »

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by Dawn Landes
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Comedy that works
12 January 2016 | by r5fuegoSee all my reviews

Yes, Kat is absolutely compelling, But this film is more-it is comedy the works. From start to finish. It is just plain funny with some great inside jokes that any fan or would be actor would appreciate. Even the ending managed to be funny, compelling and poignant-at the same time. Something Saturday Night Live dreams of achieving but never quite does.

Scott Wright did a wonderful job on what was obviously a small budget. And Pablo Schreiber (brother of Leiv) puts together an hysterical character by channeling a cross between Matthew McConaughey and Russell Crowe.

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