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The Helix... Loaded (2005)

When "The One" dies, Orpheum must find the "Other One."

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Theo
Geremy Dingle ...
Agent Smak / Harold the Bum
Samantha Brooke ...
Infiniti
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Orpheum (as Dana Woods)
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Chad
Brigett Fink ...
Swatch
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Ping
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Tyrone
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Dijonaise
Delia Copold ...
Agent Crack
Anthony Aniano ...
Agent Jonzen
Cylk Cozart ...
The Orafice
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Lola the Secretary
Joel South ...
Mr. Champion / Willy Twin
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Storyline

This sci-fi thriller explores the journey of the "Other Ones" and thrie search for a mysterious new super drug and it's illusuve creator Oprheum. Loaded and guided only by "The Orifice" the "Other Ones" must decide which one of them is destined to discover the secrets of The Helix. Written by Earth Draggon

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It's the question that fuels you...What is The Helix?


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Rated R for sexuality/nudity, language, drug references and humor
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16 March 2005 (USA)  »

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Ahorix  »

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$1,000,000 (estimated)
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1.78 : 1
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The first independently financed, produced and distributed film to ever premiere at the world-famous Graumans Chinese Theater. See more »

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Theo: All right stop... Collaborate... And listen to each other.
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References Point Break (1991) See more »

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Magio's Nose Sitar
Arranged and Performed by Geremy Dingle
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They tried too hard...they didn't try enough
18 March 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The Helix Loaded: This movie had the potential to be a big comedy, and for all fair and balanced purposes started out as funny, but then sadly the humor, like the 'One', died off fast. It would seem from watching the movie that there were several hands in the script writing cookie jar, judging from the different directions the script was taking and manifesting. Moments in the movie that were intended to be funny came off awkward and dead in its own translation. The actors, at too many points, over exceeded their characters adding to the dismal portrayal of a first time movie effort for director A. Raven Cruz. In addition, add to this poor timing on the movie release (two years after the Matrix Trilogy had passed) you are left with a time capsule movie rather than a parody following immediately after the Matrix Trilogy. In closing, I found the movie to be painfully dragging in character / story development and confusing on story lines and delivery by the characters. For first time movie director Cruz to realize that this movie is better suited for the incinerator rather than the silver screen would be the right step towards becoming a director who 'can see outside the box' (as he puts it so well) to notice the apparent flaws throughout this project.


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