Manodrome (2023) Cast, Release Date, Plot, Budget, Box office, Trailer

Manodrome (2023) Cast, Release Date, Plot, Budget, Box office, Trailer

Manodrome cast: Jesse Eisenberg, Adrien Brody, Odessa Young. Manodrome Release Date: November 10, 2023 (US). Manodrome Budget: $24 Million. Eisenberg is nominated to win Oscar nominations Oscar in the film The Social Network, plays the role of an Uber driver who is obsessed by his physique and gym. He is nearing the birth of a child along with his girlfriend.

Manodrome is an American Drama-Thriller movie (2023). Jesse Eisenberg, Adrien Brody, Odessa Young are the main cast of Manodrome (2023). The film was directed by John Trengove, the film is about an Uber driver who becomes part of an all-male cult that is a bit bizarre. Jesse Eisenberg delivers one of his most demeaning performances due to the fact that the film required him to pump his body to the limit of inconceivable.

Being overwhelmed and confused looking for more satisfaction, prompts Ralph to join an incredibly all-male self-help organization with an eminent guru Dan (Adrien Brody). As Ralph becomes more dependent upon the group and its more dominant and aggressive members his relationships and personal life are ruined until he has an emotional breakdown and plunges into a state of utter madness.

Manodrome Plot:

Discontented over his girlfriend’s pregnancy Ralphie’s life gets out of control after Ralphie meets a frightened male family.

Manodrome Detail:

Movie: Manodrome (2023)
Director: John Trengove
Writer: John Trengove
Main Stars: Jesse Eisenberg, Adrien Brody, Odessa Young
Genres: DramaThriller
Countries: United Kingdom, United States
Language: English
Release Date: November 10, 2023 (US)
Runtime: 1 hour 35 minutes
Budget: $24 Million (EST)
Box office: Coming Soon
Filming locations: Syracuse, New York, USA
Also known As: 崇陽俱樂部, Manodrome Movie, Manodrome (2023)

Manodrome Cast:

Jesse Eisenberg As Ralphie
Adrien Brody As Dad Dan
Odessa Young As Sal
Sallieu Sesay As Ahmet
Philip Ettinger As Jason
Ethan Suplee As Dad Leo
Evan Jonigkeit As Son brad
Caleb Eberhardt As Son aaron
Gheorghe Muresan As Sachiel
Brian Anthony Wilson As Dad Zander
Sean Edward Lewis As Son cy
Brian Brehm As Son drew
Blake Brehm As Son paul
Lamar Johnson As Garfield
Adam Wade McLaughlin As Jerome
Matthew Lamb As Raymond
Rheta West As Tammy
Jonah Wharton As Connor
Garrett Richmond As Blake
Zia Anger As Alice
Jack Jones As Young Ralphie
Mike Alamo As Pawn shop owner
Sheila Trasente As Waitress
Barbara Ackerman As Cashier
Mohamed ‘Mo’ Williams As Ahmet’s buddy
Martha Stansberry As Maternity nurse
Charles Haislah As Grocery store clerk
Emma Galvin As Teenage girl
Jocelyn Williams As Serenity house nurse
DeeGee Brandemour As Nancy
Liz Cameron As Pedestrian
Sonny Ciarlillo As Santa
Michael Alan Collette As Restaurant Patron
Christine Tino Dickerson As Serenity House Resident
Logan Fry As Older Guy
Daniel Haley As Holiday Shopper
Evoni Hemphill As Mall shopper
Jill Mack As Nurse. Store employee
Timothy Mundstock As Kitchen Worker
Roger Petan As Homeless Man / Neighbor
Kathleen Procita As Serenity House Resident
Andrew Schaeffler As Manodrome Crew / The Leaner
Jon Seeber As Police Officer
Gregory Silky As Manodrome Crew
Ben Smith-Petersen As Young Cop
Mike Sutton As Factory Supervisor
Courtney L. Tucker As Serenity House Resident
Jacqueline C. Tucker As Serenity House Resident
Kaelyn Walter As Serenity House Guard
William Wilmoth As Factory Worker / Foreman
Jean Zarzour As Kurdish Woman

When he is making irons, and driving, and while trying to be as close as is he can with his partner, we witness small gestures, attitudes, and eruptions that indicate there is something wrong in the character: an amount of resentment, insecurity jealousy, discord and outbursts of desperation that border towards the dark side. But, in a way Trengove is able to keep us firmly on the side of Ralphie. Manodrome will be released in the US on November 10, 2023.

Men who want to regain the respect they feel that society has deprived of them and that women have taken away from them, and that gays have taken away from them. Feeling overwhelmed by anxiety and low self-confidence, the only safe place to be is the monodromy. A community where they can share their anxieties without fear of being judged or judged, where they can vent the anger that has ruined their lives.

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