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Travis Tanner ...
Louie
Hilary Hesse ...
Minnie
Andrew Schark ...
Huey / Rita Hayworth Bundy
Susannah Gross ...
Daisy
Michael James Wall ...
Dewey
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Snowy Weiss
Courtney Ulmer ...
Cindy Ellen
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The Big Blue Boo-Boo Bug
Lee Schall ...
Mickey Morrison
Bobby Harwell ...
Walter F. Pluto
Susan Irby ...
Bambi Morrison
Patrick M. Strong ...
Donald
Nicholas Russell ...
Brian Morrison
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Cathy Morrison
J.P. Stacey ...
Seth Morrison
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A black (and white) comedy about sex, desperation, deception, consequences... and more sex.

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Comedy | Musical

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The dog used in the alley scene could not stay still long enough to play dead, thus the "dead dog" is actually digital. See more »

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When Donald and Dewey first enter the secret meeting, the Diva insignia is missing from the back wall. See more »

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This Day
Written by Philip Watts
Performed by Cobra Libre
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A Freakin Riot!
7 December 2002 | by (West Hollywood CA) – See all my reviews

It was free- so I went to check it out on a friend's advice. It sounded a bit more entertaining than sitting around contemplating my navel, so I went. I don't regret it for a minute. I didn't expect much, thinking it was just another lame indy flick. I was definieltly proven wrong. The introduction kind of sucked me in and had me captivated. It was interesting! The humor was dry, funny, and there were some subtle points made that had me grinning from ear to ear.

The actors were people I'd never heard of, but they weren't half bad. The guy who played Louie was depressing and made me want to go drink. If that was his character, he certainly wore it well. Snowie? was hot, and a great comedic actress. Her timing, her physical comedy was right on, and she had me laughing harder than anything. The dude who plays the boo boo bug was a freakin riot! That was an excellent casting choice. Pluto was sharp and right on with his performance (the guy who plays Mr. Pluto-not the dog). All the other actors were cool as well, but the ones I mentioned stood out the most. The story was a new one. Get this-it's a comedy about the spread of a deadly disease (say- AIDS) and it's also aimed at the spread of overcommercialization. The take on the disease thing was original and pretty neat to watch. What a concept- when someone gets the disease, they go black and white. It was quite unique! Overall, I say this movie rocked! The acting, directing and script were awesome. There were no boring moments, just a bunch of laughs! I recommend this for those who have an open mind and high tolerance for sarcasm. It's obviously not made for those who are only familiar with films in the X rated category. (Not that this doesn't have some interesting references in that direction!) Peace!


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