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Choke 2008

description written by member Zara:

With his mother (Anjelica Huston) suffering from Alzheimer's, medical school dropout Victor Mancini (Sam Rockwell) devises a plan to pay her hospital bills. At high-class restaurants, he pretends to choke, waits to be rescued and then later asks his saviors for money. In addition to being a con man, Victor is a sex addict who works at a colonial theme park. This film is based on the novel by cult literary phenom Chuck Palahniuk ( Fight Club).

Release Date:September 26th, 2008
MPAA Rating:R
Running Time:89 minutes
Directed By:
Clark GreggClark Gregg
Written By:
Clark GreggClark Gregg
No image existsChuck Palahniuk
Sam RockwellSam Rockwell
Anjelica HustonAnjelica Huston
No image existsKelly Macdonald
Brad William HenkeBrad William Henke
No image existsTeodorina Bello
No image existsKate Blumberg
No image existsJonah Bobo
No image existsHeather Burns
No image existsPaz de la Huerta
No image existsMatt Gerald
Clark GreggClark Gregg
No image existsJoel Grey
No image existsViola Harris
No image existsMary B. McCann
No image existsMichael Angelo Ortiz
Bijou PhillipsBijou Phillips
No image existsPeggy Pope
No image existsJudith Roberts
No image existsYolonda Ross
No image existsSuzanne Shepherd
No image existsSebastian Sozzi
No image existsIsiah Whitlock Jr.
No image existsDavid Wolos-Fonteno
No image existsGillian Jacobs
No image existsDavid Shumbris
No image existsJen Jones
No image existsMichelle Hurst
No image existsMike S. Ryan
No image existsKathryn Alexander
No image existsAlice Barrett
No image existsWilli Burke
No image existsTiffany Rae Larkin
No image existsMarty Murphy
No image existsDenise Raimi
No image existsDonald Rizzo
No image existsMike S. Ryan
No image existsKate Udall

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Choke Movie Review by Tim (1/18/2010)

Choke was a decent movie involving Sam Rockwell. Sam Rockwell is not my favorite actor of all time but he reminds me a lot of John Turturro being that they are actors that always make good films and interesting characters. I find myself able and willing to watch anything that they are in.

This film is confusing but not...

(complete Choke review by Tim)

Choke Movie Review by Zara (4/13/2009)

So this Chuck Palahniuk is really big as a left-of-center writer whose main claim to fame was being the mind behind the book that the movie FIGHT CLUB came from. And any guy who can write a movie where Brad Pitt and Edward Norton are the same dude is automatically cool in my book. For the most part, even without reading...

(complete Choke review by Zara)

Choke Movie Review by Farmer Waltz (2/12/2009)

I find that Chuck Palahniuk is becoming more and more like a smutty version of M. Night Shyamalan. His books and subsequent movies introduce us to anti-heroes trying to unravel the doomed social fabric that surrounds them; they question the fate of civilization while still rutting in the filth and deviance that surrounds...

(complete Choke review by Farmer Waltz)

Choke Movie Review by Ben (10/8/2008)

"I hurt myself today to see if I still feel. I focus on the pain, the only thing that's real."
-"Hurt" by Nine Inch Nails

We always want to find put why people treat themselves and/or treat others the way they do. Someone repulsive to us may also interest us as a case study of sorts. Is it because they do not feel good...

(complete Choke review by Ben)

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