Veronica Mars

Veronica Mars

Director: Rob Thomas Cast: Kristen Bell, Ryan Hansen, Jason Dohring

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Overview

The popular television mystery series makes the leap to the big screen in this feature financed by an ambitious Kickstarter campaign. Directed by Rob Thomas (who shares a co-screenwriting credit with Diane Ruggeiro), the film follows Veronica Mars (Kristen Bell) as she returns to her hometown of Neptune, CA, to investigate a case during her ten-year high-school reunion.

Product Details

Release Date: 05/06/2014
UPC: 0883929346745
Original Release: 2014
Rating: PG-13
Source: Warner Home Video
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Time: 1:48:00
Sales rank: 2,030

Special Features

By the fans: The making of the Veronica Mars movie Rob Thomas, Kristen Bell and the entire Veronica Mars cast take you from its record-breaking Kickstarter launch to the first day on set and beyond!

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Kristen Bell Veronica Mars
Ryan Hansen Dick Casablancas
Jason Dohring Logan Echolls
Chris Lowell Stosh 'Piz' Piznarski
Tina Majorino Cindy 'Mac' Mackenzie
Francis Capra Weevil
Percy Daggs Wallace Fennel
Enrico Colantoni Keith Mars
Krysten Ritter Gia Goodman
Martin Starr Lou 'Cobb' Cobbler
Gaby Hoffmann Ruby Jetson
Ken Marino Vinnie Van Lowe
Amanda Noret Madison Sinclair
Daran Norris Cliff McCormack
Max Greenfield Leo D'Amato
Jerry O'Connell Sheriff Dan Lamb
Duane Daniels Van Clemmons
David "Gruber" Allen 60-Year-Old Rocker
Mario Ardila Punk #1
Matthew Arkin Doctor
Larry Bates Leonard March
Kyle Bornheimer Hellskier
Jessica Camacho Martina Vasquez
Christiann Castellanos Jade
Jonathan Chesner Corny
Patrick Cox Bouncer
Jamie Lee Curtis Gayle Buckley
Steven Dengler Waiter
Ryan Devlin Mercer Hayes
Meredith Eaton Receptionist
Alejandro Escovedo Grungy Busker
Andrea Estella Carrie Bishop
Jeremy Fitzgerald Roid Tale
Benjamin Franczuszki Logan in College
Robert Hallak Reporter #2
Adam Hart Deputy #1
Brandon Hillock Deputy Sacks
Sam Huntington Luke Haldeman
Eddie Jemison JC Borden
Adam Johnson Low Rent D.J.
Dorian Kingi Vapid Tool
Jessica Knight News Reporter
Christine Lakin Susan Knight
Akiko Morison Mrs. Quan
Ingo Neuhaus Beefy Deputy
Geoff Pilkington Valet Attendant
Alex Poncio Drunken Canadian
Nora Sakal Ferocious Girl
Eden Sher Penny
Kevin Sheridan Sean Friedrich
Maury Sterling Deputy Lyles
Lisa Thornhill Celeste Kane

Technical Credits
Rob Thomas Director,Original Story,Producer,Screenwriter
Ivan Askwith Associate Producer
Kristin Bell Executive Producer
Deedee Bradley Casting
Rob Burgess Asst. Director
Elizabeth Cummings Art Director
Jeff Diaz Production Manager
Dan Etheridge Producer
Daniel Gabbe Editor
Steven Grothe Sound Mixer
Tim Hays Sound Mixer
Jenny Hinkey Executive Producer
Josh Kramon Score Composer
Ben Kutchins Cinematographer
Chris Nelson Special Effects Supervisor
Ken Rudell Special Effects
Diane Ruggiero Screenwriter
Jeff Schoen Production Designer
Joel Silver Executive Producer
Danielle Stokdyk Producer
Kasey Truman Musical Direction/Supervision
Genevieve Tyrrell Costumes/Costume Designer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Veronica Mars
1. Scene 1 [8:29]
2. Scene 2 [10:23]
3. Scene 3 [9:18]
4. Scene 4 [11:30]
5. Scene 5 [10:15]
6. Scene 6 [8:06]
7. Scene 7 [7:49]
8. Scene 8 [2:20]
9. Scene 9 [8:51]
10. Scene 10 [9:39]
11. Scene 11 [9:36]
12. Scene 12 [4:13]

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Veronica Mars 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The series ended without any clear finale. The futures of each character were never explained. Fans wanted answers, this movie gave it to them. The movie has a reunion would bring together most of the main cast from the series. They explain what they've been doing. Also how things have been in Neptune. The Kane Family is as greedy and abusive as always. The new sheriff is even more corrupt than the one in the series. He doesn't, in any sense, care about guilty or innocent, if he can make a conviction that's all that matters. Logan had joined the Navy. He'd made a successful career and put his past behind. He was still quite wealthy, but wasn't defined by his money. After college Veronica got her degree in Psychology and walked away from the detective world. She found a boring boyfriend and spent years denying who she truly was. She convinced herself the old Veronica was gone. Veronica hadn't planned to attend the reunion. But that changed when Logan was framed for murder. The frame up involved a complex conspiracy reaching all the way back to when they'd been in High School, and the sheriff was eager to convict him. Logan had to prove his innocence, so he called Veronica for help. Both Veronica and Logan deluded themselves into thinking he needed her detective skills. It takes far less than Veronica's deductive skills to realize that Logan could have hired an army of Private Investigators. Logan didn't need her skills, he needed Veronica - he needed the woman he loved. By the end of the movie Logan was cleared. The corrupt sheriff was exposed. Veronica was back on the streets, fighting the good fight. She was was also back where she belonged most - in Logan's arms.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This movie was true to the history of the show and well worth the wait.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago