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I first discovered this truly amazing movie when my friend, Geraldo, came to me crying like a baby, but yet pausing between sobs to spit out, "This movie, it's, a gift from the heavens." But not till now, as I sit on the toilet, wondering what the jiminy craps it was that I just ate, did I understand just how deep Feeders touched me. From the tense, yet emotional opening scene involving character actor Gary LeBlanc's brilliant portrayal of the hopeless romantic Ranger Gordon, to the nail biting finale involving Broadway veteran Mark Polonia (who just recently wrapped up starring in the national tour of CATS as Rum Tum Tugger) and the amazing Jon McBride, the 1987 Acadamy Award winner for Best Actor as Locker Room Guy #24 in "The Running Man". This movie also has a strong supporting cast, like Grant McDoogle as Skip, the lovable, but aggressive swim coach who just can't seem to get past the fact that he hates the water or Pepe Johnson as Alien #12, who strangely resembled Rocky Alexander as Alien #42, but who cares, this movie was spectacular. A must see for all fans of such movies as "CRAP", "CRAP II: THE CRAPPIER", and "COMPLETE WASTE OF FILM". Don't miss this historical cinematic treasure, this film that will one day be called an epic, this film that us mere mortals know as "FEEDERS".
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