Moving Malcolm

Overview

A writer who was dumped at the alter attempts to impress his flaky ex-fiancee by helping her father movie in this dialogue-driven comedy from Canadian writer/director/actor Benjamin Ratner. Gene Maxwell (Ratner) was preparing to exchange his wedding vows when his fiancée Liz (Elizabeth Berkley) vanished without a trace. Three years later, Gene has published a best-selling novel entitled "Fear Knot." Gene lives at home with his dysfunctional parents and autistic sister, and when Liz appears on his doorstep the ...
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Overview

A writer who was dumped at the alter attempts to impress his flaky ex-fiancee by helping her father movie in this dialogue-driven comedy from Canadian writer/director/actor Benjamin Ratner. Gene Maxwell (Ratner) was preparing to exchange his wedding vows when his fiancée Liz (Elizabeth Berkley) vanished without a trace. Three years later, Gene has published a best-selling novel entitled "Fear Knot." Gene lives at home with his dysfunctional parents and autistic sister, and when Liz appears on his doorstep the broken-hearted writer can't help but hope that the flame will be rekindled. But all Liz wants is for Gene to help her elderly father Malcolm (John Neville) move while she jets off to Prague to act in a low-budget sci-fi flick. But while any hope of continuing his romance with Liz proves less likely with each long-distance telephone call he receives, Gene does manage to form a warm bond with Malcolm over the course of the move.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/8/2008
  • UPC: 625828221309
  • Original Release: 2003
  • Rating:

  • Source: Peace Arch Trinity
  • Region Code: 1
  • Time: 1:23:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 86,525

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Elizabeth Berkley , Liz
Benjamin Ratner , Gene
John Neville , Malcolm
Jay Brazeau
Babs Chula
Rebecca Harker
Nicholas Lea
Linda Sorenson
Marnie Robinson
Tom Scholte
Gina Chiarelli
Technical Credits
Benjamin Ratner Director, Producer, Screenwriter
Chris Ainscough Score Composer
Paul Armstrong Producer
Dave Bene Asst. Director
Jeff Carter Sound/Sound Designer
Corinne Clark Casting
Christine Haebler Executive Producer
Bridget Hill Producer
Gregory Middleton Cinematographer
Jennifer Page Casting
Jayme Pfahl Executive Producer
Rory Richards Associate Producer
Michael Tiernan Production Designer
Ross Weber Editor
Sean Whale Art Director
Lisa Young Costumes/Costume Designer
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Moving Malcolm
1. 1 [10:45]
2. 2 [8:46]
3. 3 [9:45]
4. 4 [10:08]
5. 5 [12:11]
6. 6 [9:51]
7. 7 [9:31]
8. 8 [8:17]
9. Credits [2:44]
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