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American Dresser

By Eva-Marie Frederic

Photos By Cinedigm

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Hollywood, CA (The Hollywood Times) 09/17/2018 – American Dresser will open in theatres in on-demand September 21, 2018. Director, writer, actor and producer, Carmine Cangialosi’s film is about a recently widowed ex-Vietnam Vet John (Tom Berenger). John has learned a secret his deceased wife (Gina Gershon) kept from him and decides to fix up his old motorcycle and look for answers and sets out on cross-country road trip with his best friend, Charlie (Keith David). They hook up with a stranger (Carmine Cangialosi) after he fixes John’s bike before a barroom brawl ensues and the trio continue across the country meeting various characters along the way.

Carmine Cangialosi’a Willie resembles a young Sam Elliott in both demeanor and screen likeability but this age-old story of the drunken father looking to be a better dad comes off as a predictable episode of an old TV show rather than a revelatory tale of redemption, love and sacrifice. The story never takes the viewer in to feel enough to care about the characters.

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Bruce Dern and Penelope Ann Miller have cameo appearances in roles that are thwarted by the lack of development needed to make this a feasible movie ticket but diehard Tom Berenger fans will tune in and wish the actor had a more compelling if not challenging role to watch.

American Dresser is a safe movie in every aspect of the project at a time when taking chances or risks seems to becoming obsolete.

American Dresser trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KIu4SwfvumE

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