The Garage (2006)

PG-13   |    |  Drama


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A mechanic at his father's garage during the late 1970s, Matt dreams about leaving his small town existence and pursuing grander ambitions. But strong feelings for a new girlfriend and deep... See full summary »


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  • Sam who played "Link" in "The Garage", back home in Los Angeles. In her element and back yard, spring of 2005, with her other half behind her (Woodson). Also this photo of Sam (cropped) appears as a "Bug" on the DVD and on the back of the DVD case..."Sammy the Bull".
  • Woodson...(Son of Woody) also part of the famous Sam Woodson...Enjoying a great spring day at home in Los Angeles after returning just a few months earlier from filming "The Garage" in Texas. My Three Hybrid Wolf/Dogs and best friends! Woody: 1990-2005 Sam: 1995-2008 Woodson 2000-2013 "23" Great Years!!!
  • Woody the original "Urban Wolf" and of the famous Sam Woody. On the construction site of a well known Hollywood actor in the Hollywood Hills. Which originally was the former home of Clara Bow.
  • Fargo Film festival 3/4/06 at the Hotel Donaldson L/R Karen Burgum (owner of the Donaldson) Kristin Rudrud "Jean Lundegaard" of the film "Fargo" and Carl Thibault writer/director of "The Garage".
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  • Doc (Xander Berkeley), Matt (Gabriel Marantz) and The Hippie (Travis Howard) on the set of "The Garage" on location in Lockhart, Texas.

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1 August 2006 | Billybob-Shatner
8
| A remarkably solid debut
I caught this film this past week at a film festival, and was very happy I did. The film is both well directed, and well acted. It's not edge of your seat entertainment, nor do I imagine it was intended to be. But what it is, is a very effective, believable and absorbing character study that's both technically superb and believable in its execution.

Though he might not look like a conventionally leading man, Gabriel Marantz more than carries the film. He portrayal of the lead character is both believable, and rife with pathos. Solid film and I highly recommend it.

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Plot Summary


Genres

Drama

Details

Release Date:

4 February 2006

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

Filming Locations

Lockhart, Texas, USA

Box Office

Budget:

$1,000,000 (estimated)

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