Held Up Trailer

Held Up Trailer (2010)

"Best. Heist. Ever." 01 January 2010 Comedy

Kaitlin Olson (It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia) stars opposite Jon Dore in this hilarious heist comedy written and directed by Jason and Randy Sklar (Cheap Seats). A disgruntled and bored bank teller named Ray (Jon Dore) finally gets his wish for some excitement when the branch is held up by two teams of crazy robbers disguised as Rocky I, Rocky II, Batman and Robin. As the robbery unfolds, the hostages fall victim to a comedic version of the Stockholm Syndrome and begin sympathizing with their dimwitted captors, which leads to an extended siege as Ray pursues a romantic relationship with one of the robbers (Kaitlin Olson).

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Cast

Steve Agee

as Homeless Guy

Maria Bamford

as Rachel Gonzales

Jon Dore

as Ray

Cyrus Farmer

as Rocky 1

Tig Notaro

as Homeless Interpreter

Kaitlin Olson

as Rocky 2

Jason Sklar

as Batman

Randy Sklar

as Robin

Samm Levine

as Hector Stiffman

Nick Kroll

as Douche Bag

International Releases Dates

United States 01 January 2010

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