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R.S.V.P. (15-Jan-2002)

Director: Mark Anthony Galluzzo

Writer: Mark Anthony Galluzzo

Keywords: Thriller, Dark Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jonathan Banks
Actor
31-Jan-1947   Frank McPike on Wiseguy
Majandra Delfino
Actor
20-Feb-1981   Maria DeLuca on Roswell
Jason Mewes
Actor
12-Jun-1974   "Jay" to Kevin Smith's "Silent Bob"
Glenn Quinn
Actor
28-May-1970 3-Dec-2002 Mark Healy on Roseanne
Grace Zabriskie
Actor
17-May-1941   Sarah Palmer in Twin Peaks

REVIEWS

Review by anonymous (posted on 20-Apr-2005)

This Movie rocks! It's entertaining, funny, well-paced, with interesting characters (I love Grace Z.) and excellent cinematography. Like a good Hitchcock film, Mr. Galluzzo makes a bloodless thriller that pays much attention to the details. So much so, you got to watch it at least twice just to catch half of all the tells embedded in this twisted tale. This is independent film-making at its best. I'm not much into waxing philosophical about whether or not a movie is all that or not. And I certainly wouldn't want to pretend that I'm the authority on film, but this movie is extremely clever and well done. Bravo to all involved! Hats off to Mark Anthony Galluzzo for consistently demonstrating that quality films can be made without studio backing or 10's of millions of dollars. A soon to be cult hit in the making.


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