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Cornman: American Vegetable Hero (2001)

A loser develops the ability to communicate with corn and becomes a crazy super hero. He battles the evil villain, Dr. Hoe, who wants to own all the corn in the world.

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Mike Wiebe ...
Dr. Hoe
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Sheila #3 (as Melissa Bacelar)
Adam Lockhart ...
Cornman
James Hoke ...
Cornman
Daniel Villarreal ...
The Psychic Nose / Footsoldier
Noe Garcia ...
Butterboy
Blair Rowan ...
Starch
Mae Moreno ...
Waxy
Robert Bell ...
Huckleberry Rob / Footsoldier
Russell Gavin Cooper ...
Cornsparagus
Jeannie Elliot ...
Sheila #2
Geoff Goldwater ...
Uncle Shlomo
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jeff Ayala ...
The Realator
Chainsaw ...
Berkowitz the Footsoldier
Sherry Dickson ...
Sheila #1
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This wacky comedy is Barak Epstein's directorial debut about an unusual superhero, Cornman, who's super powers are the ability to communicate with corn. In this adventure he's up against the evil Dr. Hoe who is trying to control all the corn in the world. How will the heroic Cornman stop the evil Dr Hoe? It's time for the American Vegetable Hero to save the day!!! Written by Joshua D. Smith <latetalk@yahoo.com>

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Justice is coming.... for the Corn!


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10 March 2001 (USA)  »

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Cornman II: The Day of the Locusts  »

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1.66 : 1
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Worth watching...
8 May 2002 | by (Dallas, Texas) – See all my reviews

After seeing some publicity for this film, I thought it would be a waste of my time... BOY WAS I WRONG!!! Cornman is great!! By no means is it the best film ever made, and you can tell there was quite a micro budget, but it is very much worth seeing. In all honesty this film is not for everyone, but if you've ever worked on a film with a micro budget, you can really appreciate this one.

The story and the production is very Troma-esque, the acting isn't all that great, but it by no means is bad. Some of the special effects are downright awful, but the exploding head... Fantastic!!!

Like I said, it's not the greatest movie ever made, but it is very funny and very much worth seeing. Buy it today, it's worth it's weight in corn!! Great job guys!


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