MADTOWN (2018) Review MADTOWN (2018) Review
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Written and directed by Charles C. Moore, MADTOWN, follows a troubled young man, Briggs (Milo Ventimiglia), who flashes back to the demons of his... MADTOWN (2018) Review

Written and directed by Charles C. Moore, MADTOWN, follows a troubled young man, Briggs (Milo Ventimiglia), who flashes back to the demons of his past when his sister is released from her twenty-year prison sentence for the murder of their parents. Briggs must confront his estranged sister and deal with the past, while fighting to protect his future and the new life he has rebuilt for himself.

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The drama-thriller film, MADTOWN is an ensemble piece centering around Milo Ventimiglia’s character, Danny Briggs. The dialogue heavy film structures around intricate flashbacks full of unexpected and intriguing twists and turns from the backdrop of a seven-minute stand-up comedy gig given by our main character, Briggs.

Writer-director Charles C. Moore has written and executed an excellent screenplay about one man’s complicated and dark past, and his newly found present, colliding together to form plenty of emotion and dramatic tension, as well as some very heartwarming and funny moments.

The feature film definitely has some brilliant dialogue and exceptional performances from the entire cast.

Cast include: Milo Ventimiglia, Rachel Melvin, Amanda Aday, John Billingsley, Bonita Fredericy, Matt Lockwood, Joshua Elijah Reese, Brett Castro, Kinsley Funari, Kristina Kopf, Christopher Mele.

SP Distribution presents a Two Car Garage production in association with Burning River Productions. Director: Charles Moore. Producers: Stephen R. Campanella, Liz DuChez, J. Scott Scheel, and Charles Moore. Writer: Charles Moore. Cinematography: John Turk. Editing: Charles Moore.

MADTOWN is currently out in select theaters across the US, ahead of its DVD and Digital release.

www.madtownmovie.com

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