Devon Gummersall in The Anarchist's Cookbook

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Devon Gummersall in The Anarchist's Cookbook

Post by richard » Apr 18th 2002, 9:41 pm

anyone heard anything about the new DG film 'The Anarchist cookbook', looks odd but the website has some photos of him as you've never seen him before

check out:
<A HREF="http://www.anarchymovie.com/[/url]

There's also a film with AJ langer in it called 'On Edge' which looks quite good but is still awaiting any form of release I believe.

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<A HREF="http://http://onedgethefilm.com/">http: ... ie.com/</A>

There's also a film with AJ langer in it called 'On Edge' which looks quite good but is still awaiting any form of release I believe.

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[url]http://onedgethefilm.com/</A>

both look quite interesting

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Re: New Devon G movie

Post by NIGHTJESSI » Apr 19th 2002, 4:17 am

Thanx for the info, richard. You were certainly right at DG looking quite different. I actually see no bit of Brian Krakow in those photos, and DG actually looks buff, if that can be imaginable. As for On Edge, it definitely looks like a quirky movie that would certainly fit with AJL's personality. I certainly hope both movies make it to either the big screen or small screen sometime soon.

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Anarchist's Cookbook....where is it?

Post by fnordboy » Dec 3rd 2002, 2:30 am

So anyone know what happened with this Devon Gummersall project? I think it is called the Anarchist now. I guess they can't name a movie after a sorta-kinda-not really-but yeah- it is banned book (especially after the attacks, dear god :roll: ).

I saw a trailer on this quite a number of months ago and it just seemed to disappear. Anyone know?

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Post by Natasha (candygirl) » Dec 3rd 2002, 2:39 am

It looks like the are showing it December 6-12 in Hawaii. I guess that means they don't have a distributor?

Official website & info: http://www.anarchymovie.com/

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Post by fnordboy » Dec 3rd 2002, 3:03 am

candygirl wrote:It looks like the are showing it December 6-12 in Hawaii. I guess that means they don't have a distributor?

Official website & info: http://www.anarchymovie.com/
im lazy :?

thanks for the quick reply. Thats too bad if they dont have a distro. Im sure this movie will be a bad mix of PCU and SLC Punk...but i am interested in seeing it.

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Devon Gummersalls new movie ANARCHIST COOKBOOK opens July 18

Post by Sascha (sab) » Jul 7th 2003, 4:24 am

From a recent press release:

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After 30 years and 2,000,000 copies bought, borrowed or stolen, the
underground classic is now a movie....

THE ANARCHIST COOKBOOK

will be playing at the NUART in West LA and the Village East Cinemas in
New York City July 18-24. Please visit http://www.anarchymovie.com to see the
trailer.

Milos Forman calls the Cookbook, "The most impressive first feature by a
young director that I have seen in a very long time."

Jane Sumner of the Dallas Morning News says it is, "Easily one of the best
independent features ever shot...with a smart script, talented,
appealing cast, deft direction...[an] intelligent indictment of extremism
executed with wit, style."

And FilmThreat writes, "'The Anarchist Cookbook' is worthy of attention.
Susman has put together a well-crafted, witty commentary on corporate
culture and the deals all of us make with ourselves to come to terms with
modern existence. See it if you get a chance."

Anarchy is coming.



Watch the trailers at http://www.anarchymovie.com/
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Post by GaryEA » Jul 7th 2003, 11:32 pm

Well, there's a book I never thought would be made into a film. I hope it doesn't end up being like American History X or Romper Stomper (or Trainspotting for that matter).

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Post by fnordboy » Jul 8th 2003, 1:21 am

GaryEA wrote:Well, there's a book I never thought would be made into a film
:lol: LMAO
. I hope it doesn't end up being like American History X or Romper Stomper (or Trainspotting for that matter).
There is nothing wrong with Romper Stomper other than the fact that Russel Crow is in it.

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Post by dTheater » Jul 10th 2003, 11:14 pm

Speaking of Devon Gummersall movies; what ever happened to The Young Unknowns? I remember seeing a mention in Entertainment Weely that it would be out in early 2003, but I never noticed. If I remember correctly, not so much the movie but Devon's performance was getting rave reviews from some top critics.
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Post by Natasha (candygirl) » Jul 11th 2003, 1:04 am

The Young Unknowns was released in New York and Los Angeles this April. It literally showed on two screens the first weekend, expanded to a whopping five screens for two weeks, then went back down to three screens. It was only shown for seven weeks. Maybe they will release it on DVD eventually.
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Post by The Talented Krakow » Aug 13th 2003, 4:41 pm

Not that I like bringing up old topics that much, but I saw The Anarchist Cookbook last night, and it was quite a cool movie IMO. Not the best movie I've ever seen, but still very entertaining, original, and with a good cast (Devon was great). Absolutely a must-see if you like Devon. After his great performance in MSCL I almost started to believe that he actually wás a nerd in real-life, but after seeing The Anarchist Cookbook, in which he - obviously - plays a whole other type of person, I must say I was wrong.
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Post by Natasha (candygirl) » Aug 13th 2003, 5:40 pm

Did you see it in a theater or was it released on DVD?
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Post by The Talented Krakow » Aug 14th 2003, 10:04 am

I would love to buy the DVD, but I've never seen a DVD-version of this movie so far, nor did any theater show it. So I had to download an illegal version (sshhh, don't tell anybody ;)). It was almost DVD-quality though.
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Post by fnordboy » Oct 22nd 2003, 1:18 pm

Finally:

from dvdanswers:

Title: The Anarchist Cookbook
Starring: Devon Gummersall
Released: 6th January 2004
SRP: $26.98

Further Details
Universal Home Video have officially announced the region one release of The Anarchist Cookbook which stars the likes of Devon Gummersall, Dylan Bruno and Jordan Susman. The disc will be available to own from the 6th January next year and should set you back somewhere in the region of $26.98. The film will be presented in 1.78:1 anamorphic widescreen and will also carry an English Dolby Digital stereo track. The only extras would appear to be an audio commentary with the director and some filmographies.

Info here:
http://www.dvdanswers.com/index.php?r=0 ... &n=1&burl=

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Post by Nik » Jan 12th 2004, 6:52 pm

Wasn't this released on DVD last week?? Anyone see it yet?? Anyone planning to?? Just curious.
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