When Tommy (Johnny Pacar), Jack (Shaun Sipos), meet for the wedding of their friends Dan (Bryan Dechart) and Skylar (Alexa PenaVega), it could not be a more perfect day. Then, steadily, things begin to go wrong - as is almost expected on any wedding day. Unfortunately for Dan and Skylar, their wedding happens to coincide with a series of catastrophes on a biblical level. As panic engulfs the streets and members of the wedding party are flung into the air like rag dolls, the survivors are faced with the reanimated bodies of those who's souls have left. Now, Tommy, Jack, Dan and Skylar have to survive the rapture after they are left behind.
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Johnny Pacar and Christie Burson - Johnny Pacar and Christie Burson Los Angeles, Califronia, United States Markus + Indrani Icons Book Launch Party Hosted By Carmen Electra Benefiting The Trevor Project at the Merry Karnowsky Gallery & Graffiti Thursday 10th January 2013
There's a lack of polish and, more importantly, an uninhibited demeanor to Davis's script which work well for the subject matter -- a high school girl (played by Davis), after taking her own life, finds herself eternally trapped in a bizarre home with other successful teen suicides. Davis clearly pours her heart and ideals into the narrative, conveying plenty of gravity and complexity (flashbacks, dream sequences, moments of spare dialogue) despite her youthful viewpoint. Baer's biggest accomplishment as a producer is in guiding this unapologetic, sometimes awkward voice to the screen.
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Chris Pratt loved having Kurt Russell as his on-screen dad so much he asked him to take it on as a permanent role.