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Baked in Brooklyn (2016)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Crime, Drama | 14 October 2016 (USA)
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A guy decides to sell weed after losing his job, but things soon go out of hand as demand of business and paranoia starts taking over.


Rory Rooney


David Shapiro





Cast overview, first billed only:
Josh Brener ... David
Alexandra Daddario ... Kate
Paul Iacono ... Mike
Kitty Kitty ... Eliza
Tyrone Marshall Brown ... Joe (as Tyrone Brown)
Tovah Feldshuh ... David's Mom
Joe Grifasi ... David's Dad
Todd Bartels ... Jeff
Al Sapienza ... David's Boss
Lindsey Broad ... MJ
Michael Rivera ... Ace
Mark Feuerstein ... Businessman
Chris Northrop Chris Northrop ... Sean
George Pogatsia ... Bob The Doorman
Mark La Mura ... Riff Raff


A recent college graduate (Brener) decides to sell marijuana on the streets of Manhattan after losing his job at a consulting firm. He soon meets the girl of his dreams (Daddario). With an unsupportive girlfriend, an increase of clienteles, and the growing threats of being caught or killed, he soon realizes he is in way over his head. Written by PallasBrenna

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dinner | delivery | bicycle | sale | drug | See All (10) »


Weed guy and a beautiful girl See more »


Comedy | Crime | Drama | Romance


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"The original krooks and nannies" is a philadelphia based indie band, who's song is featured in the opening sequence See more »


At about 27:20 minutes in, when David and Kate are lying on the bed talking, both are lying on their stomachs and appear unclothed. Initially, the blanket is resting on Kate's mid-back, and then the shot changes to David. When it changes back to Kate, during the same dialogue, the blanket is resting higher up near her shoulder. In a subsequent shot, it is back down to her mid-back. See more »


Ace: Bruto, weed isn't a vegetable.
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Crazy Credits

(~0:00:25) Based on an Unfictional Story. See more »


Onwards, Westwards
Performed by New Pope
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Choosing something else over a most beautiful woman.
14 May 2017 | by Reno-RanganSee all my reviews

A much better film than I thought. Looks more like a television film, mainly because of the cast, except hottie Daddario. Yeah, I was interested in this because of none other than her, otherwise a skippable film. But the story was good. Not the greatest one, though for this kind of production, it fared well. And I think you should expect similarly to get a better experience out of it.

This is the story of a geek who has a decent life with a well paid job. It is until a girl enters his life, which changes forever. He discovers the alternate way to cope with what he'd lost recently. And his romantic life going to be doomed even before getting it started with a most beautiful woman he had ever dreamed of. So what comes further explains his future from all the aspects of his life.

I thought it would be a bakery related theme as I misread the title. Sometimes that's good, because to overtake over expectations. Good performances by all the cast, but like I said Alexandra Daddario could be the reason for many like me to have a peek on this film and it is worth apart from that case. You might see it rated average, but I think it is much better than that if you are honest with your experience of watching it. Surely once watchable film.


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