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Jammed (2014)

Not Rated | | Comedy | 4 May 2014 (USA)
Rachel and her boyfriend Evan attend a jam band festival to document an up-and-coming band, The Epic Concept. When Rachel's gear gets stolen, Evan's on a mission to find the missing camera.


Yedidya Gorsetman


Mark Leidner, Yedidya Gorsetman (co-writer)




Credited cast:
David Bly ... Evan
Shannon Coffey ... Friendly Hippie #2
Rebecca Rom Frank Rebecca Rom Frank ... Cool Girl
Rob Michael Hugel ... Hippie #1
Mark Leidner Mark Leidner ... Festival Goer #1
Chris Roberti ... Mike
Leah Rudick ... Rachel
Jen Tullock ... Camera Snob / Hippie
Matt Woodland Matt Woodland ... No Consent Guy


The Epic Concept is the jam band to watch, and Rachel, an inexperienced filmmaker, wants to document their rise to stardom. She attends a 3-day jam band festival, bringing her buttoned-up boyfriend Evan along to run sound. When Rachel's camera and equipment goes missing, Rachel tries to make the most of their weekend and enjoy all the music--and recreational drugs--the festival has to offer. Meanwhile Evan is on a mission to infiltrate the jam band scene he despises and find the missing camera. Complicating things is the presence of Rachel's ex-boyfriend, Mike, a non-stop party animal bent on winning her back. A deadpan comic tale about the hazards of judging others by their appearances and the impossibility of recapturing the past. Written by Anonymous

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4 May 2014 (USA) See more »

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Epic Concept See more »

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Runaway Bandit Films See more »
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2.35 : 1
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Funny, sincere, and smart
4 September 2014 | by zweigbenSee all my reviews

This is exactly the kind of movie that I want to see again after seeing in in theaters.

I definitely related to the relationships of the characters and what they were going through over the course of the movie. Aside from the whole thing being really hilarious, I think it also nailed the mindsets and tone of real people in their mid-20s.

The jam band festival setting is a funny and interesting setting in a bunch of way. For one, the people there are ridiculous. For any of you who have been to a festival, you know how true this is. The main character, Evan, is such a city guy and is so out of place at the festival - his evolution through that experience is sometimes painful and sometimes awkward but always downright hilarious and realistic.

Overall, excellent movie - I loved it.

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