Expiration Date (2006)
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as Old Native Man
as Native Teen
as Mrs. Fingerbaum
as Funeral Home Representative
as Young Lucille
as Animal Control Officer No. 2
as Wild William
as Male Clerk
as Municipal Cemetery Administrator
as Young Woman
as Cemetary Plot Salesman
as Laundry Truck Driver
as College Girl
as Charlie's Mother
as Animal Control Officer No. 1
Critic Reviews for Expiration Date
Too stringy and disjointed for its sporadic charms to amount to much.
A screenplay as vibrant with original comedy as it is with local color.
While Stevenson's film unwinds along familiar lines, it delivers unexpected charm.
...mildly engaging low-budget indie...
Audience Reviews for Expiration Date
I liked this film, but I wouldn't call it it a dark comedy - its a romantic comedy that gets a little preachy. It is also obvious that the filmmaker loves Seattle and wanted feature every little tidbit he could. Aside from the beginning and the ending, the movie isn't bad. It did make me laugh some, so I guess it did its job.
A tribute to what can be done with sincere, honest directing and a good cast on a low budget. Are most "famous" actors really any more engaging than the stars of this nicely paced quirky comedy?? Deceptively simple, it is loaded with touches of directorial and acting genius. Throwing money at this film and/or producing it in Holly wood, couldn't make it any better.
Promising and hilarious beginning, but too many forced quirks per minute. It was more endearing during the few dramatic moments. Thankfully, use of Seattle streets was just halfway touristy (John Wayne's McQ has done this best so far).
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