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Bobby Loves Mangos (1998)

An elementary school principal arrives at school to find a video tape that is sent from the "future". The tape is from Bobby, age 40. But in the present time, Bobby is in elementary school ... See full summary »

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Dwight Stevenson
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April Harris
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Charles Derek
John Los ...
Bruce Lytle
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Mr. Coine
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Bobby Derek (as Chad Cochran)
Jeffrey Hake ...
Stevie
Renee Hake ...
Mrs. Derek
Timothy Voilloncourt ...
Max
Nicole Breton-Green ...
Heather
Jeremy Catalino ...
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An elementary school principal arrives at school to find a video tape that is sent from the "future". The tape is from Bobby, age 40. But in the present time, Bobby is in elementary school at the same school. The tape's message is incredible, but concise: Stop a school bus accident that will kill 50 students that are on a field trip. Written by Timothy Michael Earwood

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Bobby Loves Mangos...So will You!

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Sci-Fi | Short | Thriller

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1 October 1998 (USA)  »

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April Harris: I wish all of Maine was as exciting as Cabot Cove.
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Well paint me red and call me Mannie, this film rocks!
19 August 1999 | by (Beverly Hills, California) – See all my reviews

The only thing I want to ask the film makers of this twisting helix of carnal excitement is when on God's green are they going to come out with the feature!? This mind-boggling story has the makings of a "Fargo" but with the twists of "Sixth Sense" or "The Usual Suspects"! It's incredible when a 20-minute short like this one can kick more hiney than 90% of the crapola that comes to the theaters! Kudos towards Stuart Acher, the director, for his great eye, and the writer, Jeremy Catalino, for his ultra-witty script and juicy dialogue! Cast William H. Macy in this thing and make it a feature!


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