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Rated R · 97 minutes · 2008

Comedy, Drama
They couldn’t afford Ben Stiller, so directors Darren Grodsky and Danny Jacobs got rookie film actor Jeremy Strong to play the straight-arrow med-school dropout who finds himself stranded in the title locale of stoners and growers. Strong is weak and so is the screenplay (also by Grodsky and Jacobs), which wants us to believe, among other things, that a guy could grow up in LA without ever smoking a joint. Costarring Fairuza Balk (she disappears in the first quarter), Peter Bogdanovich, Chris Messina, and Brad Dourif. “Lost Coast” indeed (97 min.).
Official Site: www.humboldtcountymovie.com
Director: Darren Grodsky and Danny Jacobs
Writer: Darren Grodsky and Danny Jacobs
Producer: Jason Weiss
Cast: Fairuza Balk, Peter Bogdanovich, Frances Conroy, Madison Davenport, Brad Dourif, Chris Messina, Jeremy Strong, Darren Grodsky, Danny Jacobs and Elayn Taylor

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