A Bag of Hammers
| Director||Brian Crano|
| Writer||Jake Sandvig, Brian Crano|
| Release Date||11-May-2012|
| Cast||Jason Ritter, Jake Sandvig, Rebecca Hall|
About Movie:- A Bag of Hammers is an upcoming comedy movie. Two slackers run a valet-parking scam to steal cars, but their operation is threatened when a stressed-out single mom and her street-smart young son move in next door.
Movie Review:- A Bag of Hammer is low-budget Film. Perhaps the film’s naked traffic in sentiment up to that point made Mr. Crano so bold. It's a film that should be appallingly twee, but more often than not is actually scruffy and sweet, thanks to a nicely underplayed turn by Chandler Canterbury as the kid, Kelsey, and the chemistry between Jason Ritter and Jake Sandvig (who co-wrote the film with Crano) as hipster grifters Ben and Alan.
Direction, Performance and Music:- The film has an earnest quality that asserts itself more and more as it sputters along, and the men reveal more personal reasons to insert themselves into the boy's life. It's a good lesson for other films of its ilk: Leaving the world of indie disaffection is an important first step on the road to greatness.
Overall:- Well shot and well acted. Good Movie.