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Creating Rem Lezar (1989)

Zack and Ashlee discover the meaning of true friendship when they create an imaginary friend, the superhero Rem Lezar.





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Cast overview, first billed only:
Rem Lezar / Policeman
Courtney Kernaghan ...
Jonathan Goch ...
Ashlee's Mother (as Kathi Gati)
Stewart H. Bruck ...
Evan Abbey ...
Park Quartet
Ed Luparello ...
Park Quartet
Billy Manning ...
Park Quartet
Johnny O'Hanlon ...
Park Quartet
Devery Gladney ...
Park Rapper
James E. Graseck ...
Park Violinist
Teresa Simpson ...
School Teacher
Stuart Grodin ...
Ashlee's Father
Karin Kernaghan ...
Zack's Mother


Zack gets in trouble in class for daydreaming about a superhero named Rem Lezar, and sent to the principal. He storms out of the principal's office, believing the principal incapable of understanding him. Later in art class, Zack sculpts an image of Rem Lezar, whom Ashlee has also dreamed about, and has drawn. Ashlee is the first person to believe that Rem Lezar is more than imaginary, but she will not speak with Zack as long as he keeps up a sexist attitude. The two obtain a male mannequin (apparently, they stole it), and dress it like Rem Lezar, who comes to life in their arms. He can live but a single day unless Zack and Ashlee find the Quixotic Medallion to keep him permanently alive. The fear-mongering face, Vorock, tells them it is hidden at the height of imagination, and Zack concedes to Ashlee's idea that it might be in a building, but when the World Trade Center isn't it, Ashlee accepts going to the mountains, where they (apparently inadvertently) split up their search, each ... Written by Scott Andrew Hutchins <shutch4543@student.csi.cuny.edu>

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Every child has a Rem Lezar.





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fantasy, my little ones!
11 August 2006 | by See all my reviews

I was never sure what to say when people asked me what my favorite movie was, I mean there were lots of films I liked, but I always felt incomplete , different from the others because i had missed out on some major cinematic experience or something , that is until I popped in the tape and was introduced to my new best friend, and hero, Rem.

The movie has it all, action, adventure, mullets, singing, dancing, a scary floating head, a creepy shack in the woods, unfit parents, sexual tension, and even a black guy.

I am proud that this movie is not only a part of my collection, but rarely leaves the VCR itself. Its a great movie to watch on your own or with your friends, but if you watch it a lot on your own you may not have that many friends anyways. Thank you Phil W, for bringing such a wonderful gift into my life no i never had a friend like you!

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