21 and a Wake-Up (2009)

Drama


Film Review

21 and a Wake-Up picture
21 and a Wake-Up is an American film drama first released in 2009, directed by Chris McIntyre. The film stars Amy Acker, Faye Dunaway, Danica McKellar, Ed Begley Jr. and Andre Royo.   It is a color film and runs to 1 hour and 30 minutes.  

Our overall rating for 21 and a Wake-Up is: mediocre - watchable, but not unless you have something better to do,

Other notable films that have been directed by Chris McIntyre include: Border Shootout (1990), Captured Alive (1995), Gang Warz (2004) and Hell to Pay (2005). The actor Faye Dunaway has also appeared in: The Towering Inferno (1974), Network (1976), Roman Polanski: Wanted and Desired (2008) and The Magic Stone (2009).

Other recommended drama films of the 2000s from USA that you may want to consider are: Joe Wright's Atonement (2007), Lars von Trier's Dancer in the Dark (2000), Robert Altman's Gosford Park (2001), Bertrand Tavernier's In the Electric Mist (2009) and Joel Coen's The Man Who Wasn't There (2001).




Film Credits

  • Director: Chris McIntyre
  • Script: Chris McIntyre
  • Cast: Amy Acker (Caitlin Murphy), Faye Dunaway (Major Rose Thorn), Danica McKellar (Jenny Valentine), Ed Begley Jr. (Colonel Ritchie), Andre Royo (Jim West), J.C. Chasez (Tom Drury), Ben Vereen (General John Jay Garner), Todd Cahoon (Chris Cameron), Kerrie Keane (CID Officer), Kristyn Green (Skylar Paige), T Lopez (Xenia Salinas), Cat Ly (Song Li), Allison Henry (Abigail), Westley Nguyen (Rooftop Sniper), Travis Pell (Soldier), Nick W. George (Roy Neal), Alison Vasan (Sister Adele), Alex Duong (Vietnamese Soldier), Kevin Collins (Corpsman), Mark Warner (Mark Herrington), Nate Stalinski (Soldier), Patrick J Rafferty (Pete Prymack), Ray Julian Torres (Sergeant Froman), Jamie Bayard (Staff Sergeant who Dances with Jenny), Ron Velasco (Guitar Player), David Frank Fletcher Jr. (Crying Bar Patron)
  • Country: USA
  • Language: English
  • Support: Color
  • Runtime: 90 min




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