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Dumbbells (2014)

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Chris Long, an ex-NCAA star turned trainer finds new purpose when his gym's shallow new owner, Jack, unleashes a lucrative plan to turn the neglected business into a reality show. When Chris' complacent peers resist this new direction, he and Jack form an unlikely alliance that allows them to face the demons of their pasts and ultimately, save their gym’s future.


Movie Details

Domestic Releases: January 10th, 2014 (Limited) by GoDigital, Inc.
MPAA Rating: R
Running Time: 100 minutes
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Keywords: Health & Fitness, Reality TV, Cults, Basketball, Former Professional Athlete
Source:Original Screenplay
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Full Blitz, Check Your Heads Films
Production Countries: United States

Supporting Cast

Brian Drolet    Chris Long
Hoyt Richards    Jack Guy
Nico Nicotera    Bobby Balecki
Jason Scott Jenkins    Dre Lincoln
Valerie Ortiz    Missy Lincoln
Jon Huck    Todd Tuney
Jen Murphy    Gizzell
Taylor Cole    Rachel
Jaleel White    Cult Leader
Carl Reiner    Donald
Nancy Olson    Bianca
Jay Mohr    Harold
Renee Percy    Ivana
Mircea Monroe    Kim
Jack Donner    Old Man Buzz
Jay Malone    The Banker
Andy Milonakis    Little
Da'Vone McDonald    Tiny


Fabio    Fabio

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Production and Technical Credits

Brian Drolet    Screenwriter
Hoyt Richards    Screenwriter
Travus Pope    Producer
Josh Goldstein    Producer
Barry Katz    Producer
Jason Scott Jenkins    Executive Producer
Sandy Solowitz    Editor
Sean Galera    Editor

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