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Mee-Shee: The Water Giant (2005)

A New York City oil company troubleshooter is brought to a remote B.C. lake to look for some lost machinery. Cancelling a trip to Disney World with his son, he decides to bring the boy ... See full summary »

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Mac Cambell
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'Crazy' Norma
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Pawnee
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Mrs. Coogan
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Laura Simmons
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Custer
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Jim Neilds
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Bob Anderson
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Watkins
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Snead
Michael Saccente ...
Alaskoil Executive
Robert Bruce ...
Alaskoil Executive
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A New York City oil company troubleshooter is brought to a remote B.C. lake to look for some lost machinery. Cancelling a trip to Disney World with his son, he decides to bring the boy along. They both end up experiencing more excitement than Mickey could ever conjure in Orlando, when they meet up with bad guys and a legendary creature. Written by Shayne

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The world's most lovable monster is about to surface!


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Rated PG for some violence, peril and mild language | See all certifications »
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17 August 2007 (UK)  »

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Il gigante dell'acqua  »

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$27,000,000 (estimated)
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2.35 : 1
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References Mary Poppins (1964) See more »

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Sunday Morning Blues
Lyrics by Barry Authors
Music by Roger Spoooer
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Charmless tedium
17 July 2009 | by (BATH United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Poor casting, intermittent periods where the film treads water with overlong pictures of the scenery, and a lack of anyone in the cast to empathise with, render this a dreary experience. Edited with no sense of timing and with unmemorable music laid on with a trowel, the performances are unable to engage or sustain one's attention. The biggest drawback is that there is nobody one likes - the hero is the American equivalent of a shop dummy in a Cecil Gee window, the son is blank faced except when he is petulant. Custer is inscrutable and a boring character. The villains are cardboard cutouts, and the mad woman of the hills is alarming and repellent.

Custer's daughter is the only bright spark in the film, and acts everyone else off the screen, not that that was hard to do.

The Henson Creature Shop shut up shop in London shortly after this film was made; maybe they had lost heart when they saw it.

One to miss.


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