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Cast & Crew

Release Date:November 13th, 2009
Director: Adam Salky
Stars: Emmy Rossum, Ashley Springer, Ana Gasteyer, Alan Cumming, Tricia Mara, Zach Gilford
Producer: Adam Spielberg, Mary Jane Skalski, Jason Orans, Marco Henry, Marco Henry, David Brind
Art Director: Michael Crenshaw
Cinematographer: Michael Fimognari
Composer: Duncan Sheik, David Poe
Editor: John F. Lyons
Studio: Image Entertainment
Writer: David Brind (written by)
.Genre: Drama

The Plot of Dare movie: A drama centered around three high school seniors - an aspiring actress (Rossum), her misfit best friend (Springer), and a loner (Gilford) - who become engaged in an intimate and complicated relationship.Watch online Movie Trailer free Dare English Hollywood film.The film Directed by Adam Salky .

Hollywood Movie Dare Synopsis:
I remember being seriously underwhelmed by this one at Sundance back in January - then again, this is more of a sleepover movie for edgy teenage girls than stimulation for a pudgy guy in his late 30s. Though I will say I expected a bit more from support staff Ana Gasteyer, Sandra Bernhard (who sorta look like sisters these days) and Alan Cumming, whose names are being used to promote the movie, though they have precious little screen time. For the young trio of actors at the center of this drama, let's say they are characterizations that would fade into the background of pretty much any show on the CW.

Dare Hollywood Movie Review :

Dare follows three very different teenagers through the last semester of high school. There are Alexa (Emmy Rossum), the overachieving good girl who longs to break out of her shell; Ben (Ashley Springer), the melancholy outsider confused about his sexuality; and Johnny (Zach Gilford), the rich kid who has everything, including good looks, but hides behind his bad boy persona. This unlikely trio fall into each other's lives and each other’s arms, making a last ditch effort to shake things up before they actually have to start living as adults. Director Adam Salky and writer David Brind takes us into some uncharted territory with fresh eyes and matter-of-fact authority. Sweet and sexy don’t always go together, but they work beautifully in this instance because the sexuality of the film is cleverly woven into the fabric of the story. You can ask why the kids are in such a hurry to experience adult feelings, especially when their parents, comically enough, are afraid to get in the way. All is answered in the nuanced performances of this exceptional cast. They capture perfectly a generation with nothing to rebel against except their self imposed inhibitions. By being keenly perceptive, director Salky stacks up countless priceless moments in crafting teen romance with a decidedly modern spin. In DARE, the kids do what they need to do to become the adults they should.
OMG Matt Saracen what is going on!? The trailer for Dare, starring Emmy Rossum, Zach Gilford, Ashley Springer, Ana Gasteyer, Sandra Bernhard, and Alan Cumming, is now online, and as far as teen-sexuality-coming-of-age stories go, it looks good!

Image Entertainment, Inc. a leading independent licensee and distributor of entertainment programming in North America, announced today that it has acquired all North American rights to "Dare," starring Emmy Rossum ("The Phantom of the Opera"), Zach Gilford ("Friday Night Lights"), Ashley Springer ("Teeth"), Ana Gasteyer ("Mean Girls"), and Rooney Mara ("Nightmare on Elm Street"), along with Sandra Bernhard, Cady Huffman and Alan Cumming. Image will release the film in theaters this Fall, starting with New York and Los Angeles on November 13, 2009.

"Dare" was written and co-produced by David Brind and directed by Adam Salky. The film was produced by Mary Jane Skalski ("Mysterious Skin," "The Station Agent," "The Visitor") and Jason Orans ("Flannel Pajamas," "Goodbye Solo"). The film features a score by Spring Awakening composer Duncan Sheik.

"Dare" follows three teenagers through the last semester of high school: Alexa (Emmy Rossum), the overachieving good girl; Ben (Ashley Springer), the melancholy outsider; and Johnny (Zach Gilford), the rich kid who has everything. The unlikely trio falls into each other's lives, making a last-ditch effort to shake things up before they actually have to start living as adults.

"Audiences will identify with this 21st-century update of the John Hughes oeuvre, as it perfectly captures this generation with nothing to rebel against except their self-imposed inhibitions," said Garrett M. Lee, Image's Senior Vice President, Theatrical. "This film continues our plans to build a portfolio of unique and entertaining films from great filmmakers," added Lee.

Image Entertainment's J. Beck negotiated the rights to the film, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in the U.S. Dramatic Competition this year, with Sarah Lash at Cinetic Media. The film is a co-production between Next Wednesday and Gigantic Pictures. Image Entertainment will also release the film for the home entertainment market including digital and broadcast

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