Popcorn (2007)

Popcorn

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Movie Info

Writer-director Darren Fisher's innuendo-laden romantic comedy Popcorn unfurls entirely within the confines of a British multiplex known as "Moovieworld," where 19-year-old Danny (Jack Ryder) accepts a job with the intention of wooing and winning over usherette Suki (Jodi Albert) - little realizing that it is her last day at the theater. Faced with a very short amount of time in which to act, a desperate Danny cooks up a host of wild schemes designed to catch Suki's attention. He is assisted in … More

Rating: R
Genre: Drama, Comedy
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Studio Three Film Corporation

Cast


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as Yukino Girl

as Annoying Customer

as Violent Customer

as Arguing Customer

as Standing Man

as Horror Customer

as Horror Customer

as Ticket-Buying Boy

as Young Boy

as Young Girl

as Fit Girl

as Inspector Davis

as Police Constable

as Police Contable

as Police Constabe

as Police Constable

as Police Constable

as Screamer

as Screamer

as Popcorn Kissing Girl

as Popcorn Kissing Man

as Popcorn Head

as Female Killer

as Killer Victim

as Kissing Girl 1

as Headmaster

as Headmaster's Pet

as Romantic Screen Man

as Romantic Screen Woma...

as Extra, Poster Girl

as Poster Girl

as Poster Boy

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as Kissing Girl 2
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Critic Reviews for Popcorn

All Critics (1)

A well-meaning British comedy that fails to deliver the laughs - or the romance.

Full Review… | February 27, 2007
Empire Magazine

Audience Reviews for Popcorn

The budget is equal to that of an episode of Hollyoaks - and it has pretty much the same cast too, so the acting is not great. And yet, someone knows what they're doing. It's surprisingly well-written (with like sub-plots and everything), and it has a definite Edgar-Wright-ness to it.
Lower your expectations and it's a decent 90 minutes.

Lemure
Marcus Woolcott

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