Palm Springs, CA – Chosen by the man himself, the Kevin Smith Movie Club presents Money Shot. Two unreliable friends have been given the keys to watch over a luxurious mansion for the weekend. When Billy, a washed up, egocentric rap star sees movie making potential he persuades his friend Lake into helping him finance his serious filmmaking debut. Their plan takes a wild turn when the guys and their rag tag group of friend’s drink and party all night long completely wrecking the house by the time morning rolls around. In order to repay the damage from the night before the guys must shoot an entire movie over the course of one day. In the end will the guys money making scheme succeed? It will all depend on whether or not they are able to get the ‘money shot’.
“Working with such amazing talent was incredible,” says Ratcliffe, “but the highlight was being yelled at by Jessica Sonneborn during comedic tirades and being punched in the face repeatedly by my best friend, actor, and former WWE superstar Al Snow,… well, not so much highlight but more rude, mean, unpleasant, and overall, somewhat disturbing.”
Available now on Amazon and Vudu, the film stars Al Snow, Jessica Sonneborn, Jason Mewes, Kristina Page, Josh Hammond, Noel Thurman and Barry Ratcliffe.
Barry can be seen in the new Nicholas Sparks film “The Longest Ride” in theaters now. His new book “Acting from a Working Actor: Techniques, Tips, and Tools from someone Working and Booking in the Industry” is available on Amazon.
Barry Ratcliffe is best known as city councilman Jason Tyler on the Lifetime drama “Army Wives”, and as an auctioneer on all 3 networks and on the Nicholas Sparks film “The Longest Ride”. His wide range of characters span from comedy to drama on such shows as “Nashville”, “Person of Interest”, Tyler Perry’s “The Haves and The Have Nots”, “White Collar”, “Brothers and Sisters”, the award winning “House of Cards” and many more. His film resume is equally extensive from his latest comedy “Ted 2” for Seth MacFarlane, “Masterminds” with Zach Galifianakis and Owen Wilson, “Blue Mountain State: The Rise of Thadland”, and recreating the cowardly lion role in the feature film “Dorothy and the Witches of Oz”.
Barry’s full resume can be viewed on IMDB at http://www.imdb.me/barryratcliffe. He is represented in the Southeast by Monarch Talent, NY by Agency Connects, and LA by Castle Hill.
Company Name: Monarch Talent Agency
Contact Person: Lu Anne Bernier
City: Los Angeles
Country: United States