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Inoperable (2017)

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A young woman wakes up in a seemingly evacuated hospital with a hurricane approaching that has awakened malevolent forces inside. She realizes she must escape the hospital before the hurricane passes, or she will be trapped there forever.
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Danielle Harris ... Amy Barrett
Jeff Denton ... Ryan
Katie Keene ... Jen Ardsen
Cryss Cordero ... Ophelia (as Crystal Cordero)
Chris Hahn ... Orderly
Philip Schene Philip Schene ... Psychiatrist
Michelle Marin Michelle Marin ... Nurse Stephanie
Cher Hubsher Cher Hubsher ... Nurse Tara
Jared Gopman Jared Gopman ... Male Doctor
Brittni Amber Lombardo Brittni Amber Lombardo ... Female Doctor
Gene Michael ... Priest
Dawn Hubsher Dawn Hubsher ... Amy's Mother
Barry Aslinger Barry Aslinger ... Patient Being Deceaded
Isabella Menna ... Drowsy Female (as Isabella Sofia Menna)
Jonathan Guitar Jonathan Guitar ... Patient on Floor
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A young woman wakes up in a seemingly evacuated hospital with a hurricane approaching and realizes the storm has awakened malevolent forces. It has caused her to be trapped in a time loop, and she must escape the hospital before the storm passes or she will be trapped there forever.

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In This Hospital the Patients Never Leave ...

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The car Danielle Harris drives in this film belonged to director Christopher Lawrence Chapman. See more »

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When Amy moves off the hospital bed, the monitor behind her is fully disconnected from her body, but still shows vital signs. See more »

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The More You Gotta Give
Written by Jonathan Price
Performed by Nandani Maria Sinha
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A Well Polished Student film.
16 November 2020 | by mattegallegosSee all my reviews

Synopsis: Amy Coney Barret replaces Bill Murray in a wildly unfunny twist on Groundhog Day, discovering additional pieces to the puzzle around her with each reliving.

Inoperable feels like a well-funded student film. Unfortunately, as with many student films, the casting is bad, the acting is awkward, and the story is poorly developed. This is a classic case of style over substance; the only enjoyable part of the movie is some of the camera direction and attention to detail in the practical fx. Onnthe other hand, however, one of the biggest problems breaking your suspension of disbelief is the set design, it tried hard to be silent hill but looks more like the janitorial staff at Scrub' Sacred Heart quit the day of. Wardrobe also suffers from the same problem, likely being managed by the same production designer.

Sound is... Good. Nothing particular stands out as food or bad in the audio department.


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Release Date:

1 December 2017 (USA) See more »

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Tampa, Florida, USA See more »

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