First Round Down

2016

First Round Down

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Movie Info

Forced to care for his younger brother after their parents die, a mob assassin (Dylan Bruce) gets a new job as a pizza-delivery man. Later, he finds himself battling his former associates while reminiscing about his past glory as a hockey star.

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Cast

Dylan Bruce
as Tim Tucker
Rachel Wilson
as Kelly Quinn
Rob Ramsay
as Bobby Finkelman
Peter MacNeill
as Coach Quinn
Percy Hynes-White
as Matthew Tucker
Boomer Phillips
as Steel Mill Bill
Sugith Varughese
as Navin (Newscaster)
Tess Degenstein
as Chantelle
JaNae Armogan
as Charlene
Michael Miranda
as Pizza Paula
Nicole Stamp
as Belinda (Newscaster)
Jay "Mad Dog" Michaels
as Reunion Dinner MC
Anthony Belwz
as Stevens (Hockey Rival)
Rob Baker
as Arena Host
Kevin Claydon
as Steelhawk 1
Brian Herzog
as Steelhawk 2
Roman Spera
as Pub Bartender
Kiran Friesen
as Charity Event Bartender
Kate Ziegler
as Elevator Woman
Albert Howell
as Pizza Customer
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Critic Reviews for First Round Down

All Critics (4) | Top Critics (1)

  • There's a nice twist midway through, but the film never quite comes together.

    May 4, 2017 | Rating: 2/4 | Full Review…
  • Tim Tucker, a pouty Ryan Gosling type played by Dylan Bruce, and his goofy Seth Rogen type sidekick Bobby (Rob Ramsay) get involved in humourless hi-jinx and armed robbery.

    Apr 27, 2019 | Rating: 1/5 | Full Review…
  • Clever ideas -- ripping off "Grosse Pointe Blank" is the cleverest -- get lost in this slow, off-tone Canadian action comedy.

    Apr 12, 2019 | Rating: 1.5/4 | Full Review…
  • Brett and Jason Butler have been making movies for a few years now, and they know what they like: tough guys standing around peacocking and insulting each other, and occasionally landing a joke.

    May 4, 2017 | Rating: 2/5 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for First Round Down

  • Jul 11, 2017
    The Brett Brothers of Canada present this film less as entertainment than as a primer to aspiring filmmakers. Well, not really. But while, yes, you can do everything yourself, it's much better to have help, professional help, lots of it, and in just about every department, or otherwise your work will show the lack. This is surprisingly good work, missing the mark by "just about that much" for the entire length of the thing. I actually wanted to dislike it but realized I couldn't. That doesn't mean you should watch it though.
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