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Charlie St. Cloud
- Zac Efron

Overview - A young man forms a unique connection to the afterlife after surviving the tragic car accident that claimed his younger brother in this supernatural drama starring Zac Efron, based on the best-selling book by author Ben Sherwood. Charlie St.  Read more...

 
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Overview

A young man forms a unique connection to the afterlife after surviving the tragic car accident that claimed his younger brother in this supernatural drama starring Zac Efron, based on the best-selling book by author Ben Sherwood. Charlie St. Cloud (Efron) is an experienced sailor from the Pacific Northwest who has just earned a scholarship that will take him far from home. The light of his mother's life, Charlie and his little brother, Sam (Charlie Tahan), are driving late at night when they're involved in a deadly car accident that kills Sam and leaves Charlie forever changed. In the aftermath of the accident, Charlie is wracked with guilt, convinced that if he had just been more careful behind the wheel, Sam would still be alive today. When Charlie begins seeing visions of his younger brother that are just as real as if Sam is actually standing before him, his friends and neighbors all start to think he's losing his mind. Shortly thereafter, Charlie's former high-school classmate Tess (Amanda Crew) returns to town unannounced, and together the two old acquaintances forge the foundation of a meaningful romance. But before Charlie can move on with his life he'll have to first let go of his past, and bid his beloved brother Sam one final, heartfelt farewell.

Cast List

Craig Pearce - Actor/"Vicious"
Burr Steers - Director, IGBY GOES DOWN (2002)
Lewis Colick - Screenwriter
Rolfe Kent - Producer/Composer, MERCY (1996)
Michael Fottrell - Executive Producer, SORORITY BOYS (2002)
B. Casey Grant - Exec. Producer, CATCH AND RELEASE, (2007)
Bob Beemer - Sound, GLADIATOR (2000)
Scott Martin Gershin
Enrique Chediak - Director of Photography
Ronnie Spector - Pop Singer/Phil's Wife
Lisa Satriano
Jim McGill
Lisa Rodgers
Carol Lavallee
Ken Diamond
Marny Eng
Jane English - Makeup
Katharina Brand
Mike Marston
Ann Rowley
Darrell Fielder - Participant
Jon Taylor
Simone Gore
Kevin Cockell
Ben Sherwood
Jacques Larrue
Jim McGill - Set Dresser
Kim Basinger - American Actress
Ray Liotta - American actor, GOODFELLAS
Donal Logue - Actor/"The Crew"
Jill Teed
Adrian Hough
D. Neil Mark
Valerie Tian - Actor: WAKE OF DEATH (2004)
Desiree Zurowski
Ted Whittall - Actor
Tegan Moss
Brenna O'Brien - Canadian voice actor, INUYASHA/ELEMENTAL GELADE
Amanda Crew - FINAL DESTINATION 3 (2006)
Marci T. House
Zac Efron - Actor in HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL
Charlie Tahan - Actor, I AM LEGEND
Dave Franco - Actor
Matt Ward - Actor, ;
Jesse Wheeler
Augustus Prew
Miles Chalmers
Grace Sherman
Julia Maxwell
Paul Chevreau
Paul Duchart
Renu Bakshi
Darren Dolynski
Sophie Stukas
Natasha Denis

 
Details
    DVD Format
  • Format: DVD
  • Run Time: 100
  • Color Format: (unknown/unconverted)
  • UPC: 025192050091
  • Genre: Drama
  • Rating: PG-13 (MPAA)
  • Release Date: November 2010

Related Categories:
Movies > Dramas

Related Keywords:
Afterlife
Romance
Supernatural
Crashes

 
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Reviews:
"CHARLIE ST. CLOUD is a LOVELY BONES lite sentimental fantasy with Zac Efron in active contact with deceased loved ones." - 07/29/2010 Variety


"Efron continues to get better with each film..." - 07/30/2010 Los Angeles Times


"[B]ased on his performance in last year's ME AND ORSON WELLES, his breezy comic timing in 17 AGAIN and his heartfelt efforts here, Efron seems poised to mature into a more substantive actor." - 07/30/2010 USA Today


"Set on the coast in the Pacific Northwest, it has a lush and yet slightly rumpled look....[Efron] is charming, as usual, but also a surprisingly substantial presence on screen." - 07/29/2010 Movieline


3 stars out of 5 -- "An adaptation the smooths out the sharp edges of Ben Sherwood's source novel..." - 10/08/2010 Empire

 
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