Knock 'em Dead (2008)

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An offbeat tale about a down and out hit man, "P.S." Esposito, who dreams about making it big as a stand up comedian. One thing is for certain, PS is determined to make everyone around him ... See full summary »


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6 August 2008 | egchelle
10
| Awesome job , guys!!
I saw this movie at my house, I'm friends with one of the crew members, I just wanted to say how much I enjoyed this movie. The acting was good, the script was hysterical, and I loved the cinematography. The lighting was some of the best I ever seen it was better then most big budget films. I laughed so hard I PEED A LITTLE. No joke.

My favorite scene was the alley way, I can't believe how awesome you guys made it look, it was something straight out of a classic noir film. I'm very fickle when it comes to movies that I like but this is truly one of them. I would love to see this get made into a big budget film so that I could enjoy it again on the big screen.

I can't wait to see what these guys will do next. Jose and Shaun are the Philly's dream team for indie film makers. I love it and you! I hope this goes far but if not Knock'em Dead trying boys!!!

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