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Five Star Day (2011)

Five Star Day

Overview


Genre

Drama

Release Date

November 04, 2011 (Limited)

Duration

97 min.

Studio

Lucid Entertainment

Official Site

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REVIEWS RATE:  Critics  Not quite bad, but it's not recommended either.    Readers  Be the 1st!

Cast and Crew


Director

Danny Buday

Producer

Joel Mendoza, Danny Buday

Screenwriter

Danny Buday

Starring

Story


Jake Gibson's (Cam Gigandet) horoscope forecasts a flawless day the morning of his birthday. Little does he realize, his entire world is about to be turned upside down as everything that could go wrong -- does. Now, determined to disprove the theory of Astrology, Jake embarks on a journey to find the three people born the same time and place as himself: Sarah, a single mom haunted by her past (Jena Malone), Yvette, an overworked nurse (Brooklyn Sudano) and Wesley, an undiscovered jazz singer (Max Hartman). The journey quickly uproots Jake from the small college town of Berkeley, California to downtown Chicago where he sets out to find and interview Sarah, Yvette and Wesley to see if their birthdays proved to be as disappointing as his own. Jake's pursuit in finding his three Astrological matches (or Zodiac twins) will not only test his convictions, but validate how life's unexpected twists of fate can deliver much more than the anticipated. The unforeseen takes Jake from the Windy City, to the boardwalk of New Jersey's Atlantic City, to the bustling streets of New York. What Jake learns along the way is an important lesson about life, love, fate and destiny that will unexpectedly change his life forever.

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Cam Gigandet stars as Jake Gibson in Lucid Entertainment's Five Star Day (2011)
Cam Gigandet stars as Jake Gibson and Will Yun Lee stars as Samuel Kim in Lucid Entertainment's Five Star Day (2011)

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REVIEWS BY CRITICS

“..a disappointing end to a film that had potential..”
by Neil Genzlinger [New York Times]
“..neither of their stories is actually interesting..”
by Elizabeth Weitzman [New York Daily News]
“..Buday's setup is so tortured and schematic..”
by Robert Abele [Los Angeles Times]