Uh Oh! is the story of Jonny, a silly, good-hearted, bumbling boob with an uncommon streak of bad luck, until he meets a Sea Captain. He goes through several jobs and sets of circumstances ... See full summary »

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Jay Sefton ...
Jonny
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Captain Squid
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Yahoo-Innet
Heidi Ender ...
Bella Donna
Millicent Terraine ...
Viperessa
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Yosur
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Lucky
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King Tooetu
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Lady Venus
Laurie Franks ...
Captain Pearl
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Woman in the House
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Customs Official
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Asian Man
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Uh Oh! is the story of Jonny, a silly, good-hearted, bumbling boob with an uncommon streak of bad luck, until he meets a Sea Captain. He goes through several jobs and sets of circumstances where he inevitably messes up, thus revealing the meaning of the film title -- he spends most of his time saying ""Uh Oh!"" as he watches fiasco after fiasco unfurl, with him as the catalyst.

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Rated PG for some mild thematic elements and language
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GREAT FAMILY MOVIE. KIDS & ADULTS WILL LOVE THIS SPOOFY COMEDY.
11 October 2004 | by (UNITED STATES) – See all my reviews

GREAT FAMILY MOVIE. KIDS & ADULTS WILL LOVE THIS SPOOFY COMEDY.

Written, produced and directed by a very talented man, Jon Cope.

This movie allows you to laugh at the dilemma of our hero, played by a young actor by the name of Jay Sefton who places the audience in a constant state of laughter as he stumbles from one situation to another, not unlike that of the three stooges. We follow our hero through all his adventures. It is clean good fun for all ages.

One of the lead roles is played by Richard Moll of Night Court fame. Richard is an extremely accomplished actor, able to perform the drama of Shakespeare and hilarious comedy equally well. I couldn't help rewind certain scenes again and again just to watch him perform and to make me laugh louder than my kids.

My children and their friends watched the movie and were laughing hysterically. The soundtrack is performed by Lou Rawls and is really a catchy tune.

If you want to laugh and nothing but laugh, then you can't go wrong. The writer and Director, Jon Cope, makes an obvious attempt to poke fun at himself in this production. The budget constraints don't allow for "Star Wars" type special effects, and that is the beauty of the movie. You don't have to look for the meaning of life, you just have to sit back and enjoy it. I certainly did.


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