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Camera Store (2017)

Not Rated | | Drama | 9 December 2016 (USA)
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On the eve of the transition from film to digital, the longtime denizens of a camera store confront their personal issues in this darkly comic story.
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Angela Jones ... Marjorie
Justin Lieberman ... Pete
Maddie McCormick ... Penny Wednesday
John Larroquette ... Ray Lapine
David James Elliott ... Karly Regan
Hakim Callender ... Nunzy Cannucci
Laura Silverman ... Tonia Canucci
Joey Folsom Joey Folsom ... Felix Potemkin
John Rhys-Davies ... Pinky Steuben
Phillip Manuel Phillip Manuel ... Piano Player
Theodus Crane ... Bobby
Michael Buonomo ... Tony
Elizabeth Fendrick ... Mrs. Lobell
Thomas Francis Murphy ... Man in Wheelchair
Brady Lewis Brady Lewis ... Stoner Kid
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On the eve of the transition from film to digital, the longtime denizens of a camera store confront their personal issues in this darkly comic story.

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There are two scenes in the movie where digital cameras have a cameo. In the first scene a modified version of a Kodak DC40 can be seen. The movie prop has a sand colored body and yellow status LEDs on the back whereas the real world DC40 is black and has none such LEDs. In the second scene a customer brings in what looks like an early Kodak DSLR. He complains about an overheated CPU and the fear to lose his images which is absolute nonsense of course. The camera he slams on the counter appears to be a movie prop as there is no real world version of this camera. It has a close resemblance to the integrated Kodak Hawkeye II however. See more »

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Ray Lapine: You know that gasoline and perfume are the best aphrodisiacs on the fucking planet.
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No film was harmed during the making of this movie. See more »

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Clerks for the retirement community...at least it tries to be
26 October 2019 | by mrliteralSee all my reviews

This movie is set in 1994, the year Clerks was released. It takes place mostly in one location, and its characters swear a lot while working behind a cash register and experiencing major life changes over the course of a single day. That's about all it has in common with Kevin Smith's first feature, as it contains none of the charm, wit, or dramatic weight of the earlier film. It has more professional actors, camerawork, editing, and better filmmaking in general, sure -- but nothing all that interesting or important happens, and nothing these characters do makes any sense. They just talk and talk and talk without getting anywhere or learning anything. Nothing changes, no one evolves, and none of the characters relate to each other in a meaningful way...and some of them are super racist for no reason whatsoever! Its themes fall flat, and by the time it's over one is left wondering what the point was...turns out, there wasn't one.


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9 December 2016 (USA) See more »

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