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Xtracurricular (2003)

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Cast

Credited cast:
Maria Jones ...
Ally Koch
Michelle Fairbanks ...
Brittney Kornblum
Matthew Jones ...
Chris Koenig
Faith Schoenfeld ...
Kate
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Mr. Steve Vickers
Glenn Zoch ...
Principal Andrews
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Jason
Blair Womble ...
Laurie
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Echo
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Amy Andrews ...
Sue
Robert Tony Antonietti ...
Trojan Coach
Cade Barron ...
Bubba
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Smoking Guy
Prince Camp Jr. ...
Football Player
Diane Carminati ...
Olga
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Girls meet boy. Girls like boy. Girl builds giant robot to smash other girl. See more »

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$130,000 (estimated)
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Maria Jones and 'Michelle Fairbanks ' received several weeks training in kung fu by the only American to master Shao Lin Kung Fu, Donald Finley, who makes an appearance as the bearded man during the bar fight. See more »

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Brittney Kornblum: I know kung fu.
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References The Matrix (1999) See more »

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Indie low budget film is more than it seems
11 July 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Okay, I know more background than most viewers. I know that ALL the visual effects were done by 1 main person who had the help of a few others every now and then. Look at any visual effects-heavy movie and then at the credits - it usually takes hundreds of special artists and millions of dollars. I know that the editing, sound, color and technical everything was done by ONE person. This wasn't a one-location, everyone talks and smokes pot indie. This was 5 locations, 35 characters and 100's of extras. It's not perfect. It's funny, it has good characters, it has a moral, and its fun. It's a solid 8.


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