Jake Sanvig who stars in the indie film, and Brian Crano who directs the film also wrote the film together.
|I have no idea why this got such a low rating on Imdb. I thought it was beautiful. I laughed and cried and hoped and wished! The actors, who I have not seen in anything before, were cute too. I think this is one of those films that is a secret but really awesome.- M|
|A BROMANCE that could have been so much more!|
Jason Ritter stars in the film as Ben who is (Jake Sanvig) Alan's best friend. These two might be the most unde-rated actors around, yet perfectly cast as misfits. Although, not that off the wall. Possibly, you've met someone like these guys in your own life, which makes the film all that more endearing.
"We all get a bag of hammers, you know what i mean? I mean, whether it’s being poor or catching cancer. Divorce. Losing your brother. Losing your mother. You know what I mean, Kelsey? It’s… well, but, the thing is… t-the thing is, is what you do with these hammers when you get ‘em. Cause that’s what shows you what kind of a man you are. Even if you’re not ready to be one yet." Ben from A BAG OF HAMMERS
"I've never felt the need to review a movie before, but I absolutely loved this movie and as it finished I just wanted to tell someone to see it! As it's Friday night and all my friends are busy at the moment I'll just have to tell you guys: Go and watch this movie!" Ingrid
Rebecca Hall plays the waitress that's Alan's love interest while Amanda Seyfried is possibly the girlfriend from hell that keeps messing with Ben's head.
"An odd tale of misshapen lives, tortured souls and the good in people. This story of discontent illuminates the realization to simply make the best of a situation, and hopefully be given a helping hand along the way."-Kol
If you are up for an indie flavored movie, then you might want to catch this one. Its not perfect still it has some ordinary performances that just might be extra-ordinary.
|Linden Lea- Johnny Flynn|
Storyline: Two misfit best friends incapable of growing up, whose direction is tested by an abandoned child, worn beyond his years; together they invent the family they've always needed.