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Cake Boy (2005)

On the run as an extremely abused roadie for a punk band, a frustrated erotic cake baker finally finds love with a wheel chair bound beauty who encourages him to pursue his dreams in a ... See full summary »

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On the run as an extremely abused roadie for a punk band, a frustrated erotic cake baker finally finds love with a wheel chair bound beauty who encourages him to pursue his dreams in a televised battle against the French baking establishment. Written by Joe Escalante

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Sometimes, a girl in a wheel chair is exactly what you really need.

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seriously?
14 April 2005 | by See all my reviews

i checked out this movie because the vandals are a cool band so i thought that this movie would be cool too... i have seen some bad stuff in my life but this crap is just that...crap. i think its so funny that joe escalante is a self proclaimed producer/director. i guess you can do that when you have a crap-load of money to throw around and access to large distributors who probably owe you favors and is the only reason they take this product. but honestly the sad part is, that kids probably buy this because it has the vandals name on it that they think its gonna be good and it ends up holding up the short leg of the dinner table. but i guess joe doesn't really care as long as it sells. kids...save your money...make your own "film" (video) and show it to your friends, i guarantee, in advance, that not only will it be better than this, ten-fold, but you will probably have more fun making it that watching this dump in a box.


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