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USA 2011
produced by
Jeff Quinlan (executive), Carlos Duhaime (co), Joseph Pepitone (co), Colleen Desmond (associate), Billy Pepitone (associate), John Summa (associate) for Stuck in the Middle Productions
directed by Joseph Pepitone, Carlos Duhaime
starring Stephen Fontana, Penelope Lagos, Keith Collins, Jack Mulcahy, Eric Etebari, Jeanette Roxborough, Cash Tilton, Carter Roy, Jeff Quinlan, Thanbir Ahmed, Oscar Avila, Billy Pepitone, Larry Salvato, John Camera, Amantha Rivers Cole, Prem Ghandi, Michael John Giudice
written by Billy Pepitone, Joseph Pepitone

Jesus Christ

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Michael (Stephen Fontana) works in a mailroom and has been doing so for 10 years - and he hates every hour of it, but has neither the aspiration to get promoted nor the motivation to change his job ... and then he dies in an autoerotic asphyxiation experiment - and goes to Purgatory ... where he gets a job in the mailroom. But things are not all bad, at least Michael's boss is the very attractive Brooke (Penelope Lagos) - who seems to like him even ... but no, not in that way. And most of his other co-workers are at least fun to drink with after hours. So yeah, compared to his life, Purgatory isn't that bad.

But then Todd Levy (Keith Collins), shady right-hand man of golf crazy Jesus (Eric Etebari), wants to buy Purgatory, rebuild it into luxury condos for Heaven and relocate the people of Purgatory to Hell. Well, nobody in Purgatory likes that, least of all Saint Peter (Cash Tilton), who has been pushed out of his job as Jesus's right-hand man by Todd Levy and made Purgatory boss (not exactly the best position in the afterlife), but what can they do.

But hey, Michael was the prime prankster in real life, so why not play pranks on Todd Levy to retaliate - and in Brooke, he even finds a willing partner in crime. But eventually, the pranks backfire when they only cause Todd Levy to speed up the process, and when Michael tries to rush things to get to next base (well, first base, actually) with Brooke, he only earns her scorn - so all of a sudden, Purgatory feels almost like Hell already. But then again, Michael works in the mailroom, and ...


Basically, Stuck in the Middle is ... fun. It's not a deep philosophical or spiritual exploration of Heaven, Hell and Purgatory, of good, bad, and what's in between, it's just a loveable and cliché-free romantic comedy played in front of an unusual backdrop (Purgatory) presented in a very unusual way (an office building) - and thanks to a light-footed script, likeable characters, a relatable cast and a subtle directorial effort, the whole thing works (even if you think you hate romantic comedies).

Very nice, really!


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