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Diamond Zero (2005)

This is how it works: In nature, the heat and pressure of the earth turns coal into diamonds over a period of thousands of years. Industrial diamonds are created by processing coal in a ... See full summary »
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Bergerac De La Houssey
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Eleanor Kelly
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Lulu
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Augustine Garza
Timothy McNeil ...
Dr. Simon Lockbuster (as Tim McNeil)
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Detective Jackson
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The Hemingway Diamond
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Quentin Leeds
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Detective Grubbs
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Lil
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Arnie Crump
David Ripley ...
Mark
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Pamela Riggs
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Jean
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Al
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This is how it works: In nature, the heat and pressure of the earth turns coal into diamonds over a period of thousands of years. Industrial diamonds are created by processing coal in a machine that mimics the heat and pressure of the earth. Because coal is the carbonized remains of prehistoric plants and animals, it is made up of the same chemical components found in all other organic life forms, including human beings, so, what would happen if cremated human remains were used instead of coal? Written by David Gaz

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Sci-Fi | Action | Comedy

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Rated R for language | See all certifications »
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24 May 2005 (USA)  »

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IceMaker  »

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$200,000 (estimated)
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1.85 : 1
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Interesting premise
10 December 2004 | by See all my reviews

I got a hold of a screener for this film and was expecting a stupid silly movie and okay it was stupid and it was silly but I couldn't stop thinking about the premise of making celebrities into diamonds.

You know someone's going to start doing this stuff for real.

Bronson Pinchot was really funny too and his jailbreak scene has got to go down as one of the most original ways to escape from "the man" ever. Prison guards all over be warned. I laughed so hard I almost--- well--- when you see it you'll know what I mean.

I love to see a movie that doesn't take itself too seriously but makes you think a little too.


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