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Small Time (2014)

Small Time

Overview


Genre

Drama

Release Date

April 18, 2014 (Limited)

MPAA Rating

R

Duration

104 min.

Studio

Anchor Bay Films

Official Site

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REVIEWS RATE:  Critics  Nothing's perfect, but it's worth seeing.    Readers  Be the 1st!

Cast and Crew


Director

Joel Surnow

Producer

K.C. Warnke

Screenwriter

Joel Surnow

Starring

Story


Al Klein (Christopher Meloni, "Law & Order: SVU") and his longtime friend, Ash Martini (Dean Norris, "Breaking Bad," "Under the Dome") own a used car lot. These two know every trick in the book when it comes to selling cars. Martini is a good time charley, who never settled down. Klein, however, still pines for his ex-wife Barbara (Bridget Moynahan, "Blue Bloods") who left him years ago for a more successful man. After their son, Freddy (Devon Bostick, Diary of a Wimpy Kid) graduates high school, he decides to forego college in favor of selling cars with his old man. Klein is thrilled when Freddy moves in with him - it's the first time these two have lived under one roof since Freddy was a kid. Barbara, on the other hand, is very far from thrilled. But what's good for Klein might not be the best thing for Freddy, as Freddy quickly transforms from innocent young man into a seasoned car salesman... leaving Al with a tough decision to make.

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Poster of Anchor Bay Films' Small Time (2014)
Christopher Meloni stars as Al Klein and Dean Norris stars as Ash Martini in Anchor Bay Films' Small Time (2014)

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REVIEWS BY CRITICS

“..a refreshingly-realistic, slice-of-life drama highlighting the plight of a teen with a hole in his soul who's understandably torn between moving on with his life and making up for lost time..”
by Kam Williams [Baret News]
“.."Small Time" has its heart in the right place, but its screenplay's in serious need of a tuneup..”
by Sara Stewart [New York Post]
“..when a film about relationships features sentiments expressed as neatly and simplistically as that, the storytelling feels mechanical and contrived..”
by Zachary Wigon [Village Voice]