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Mitch is your average Joe searching for the right woman. As luck should have it, he finds her at the supermarket. But just as he musters the courage to approach her, he notices Conrad ... See full summary »

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Tom Barker ...
Mitch
Will Poston ...
Conrad
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Sarah
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Old Lady #1
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Old Lady #2
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Old Lady #3
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Old Lady #4
Amy Consiglio ...
Woman #1
Terry Power ...
Security Guard
Jeff Hill ...
Man with Guard
Whitney Axley ...
Bitchy Woman
Stephen Hyers ...
Hot Guy
Hanah Pifer ...
Little Girl
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Man #1
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Mitch is your average Joe searching for the right woman. As luck should have it, he finds her at the supermarket. But just as he musters the courage to approach her, he notices Conrad eyeing the girl of his dreams. With knowing glances, the two men sum up the situation: they both want to hit on the same woman. They trade snarls, and the race begins. The supermarket is transformed into a battlefield with the victor winning the fair maiden's hand #- or at least her phone number. Written by Andy Tyer

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8 March 2003 (USA)  »

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This film is dedicated to the filmmaker's wife and muse, Elizabeth Tyer. See more »

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Public display of machismo.
29 October 2004 | by (Santa Barbara) – See all my reviews

Made to entertain you, not to change the world. This is a funny short comedy about two men, who fall for the same girl at the same time in a supermarket. Sarah, the one these two desperately fall for, remains unaware of the mess and chaos the two men create while she shops. The two men release their inner animal as they fight their way through various obstacles set by one another. Nothing really stands out as comedic genius but the custodian fight scene stands as the best obstacle they face. I do recommend it for an easy laugh. The two messages this film does display in its short length: 1)Body size does not matter in battle. 2)Women have the same basic instinct as men do.


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