Neil Tabor, an awkward inventor has created a device that will change the ways of espionage as we know it. With Neil's reluctance to sell his invention to the C.I.A, Neil finds himself ... See full summary »





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Credited cast:
J.P. Blount Sr. ...
Charlie Blount ...
Thug #1
John Paul Blount ...
CIA agent
Sutton Christopher ...
Bill Beckham
Greg Hamilton ...
Ken Hodge ...
Don Brantley
Brian Lancaster ...
Pizza Man
Alex Noce ...
Karate kid
Jordan Noce ...
Hit and run driver
R. Clifford Olson ...
CIA agent
Collin Redmond ...
Thug with stick
Kali Stivison ...
Ben van Diepen ...
Neil Tabor


Neil Tabor, an awkward inventor has created a device that will change the ways of espionage as we know it. With Neil's reluctance to sell his invention to the C.I.A, Neil finds himself constantly hounded by this organization while trying to find inspiration for a new invention. When things can't get much worse Neil's world is thrown upside down when a beautiful and mysterious woman saves his life. Neil is suddenly taken on surreal and comical journey through the highs and lows of dating. Written by Boo Boo Issler

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The Apocalypse Now of romantic comedies. See more »


Comedy | Romance






Release Date:

1 October 2004 (USA)  »

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Box Office


$3,000 (estimated)

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Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Did You Know?


The shoot at the grocery store was brought to a halt when local police flooded the set. Charlie Blount was supposed to be knocked down first in the fight, for continuity reasons he remained lying still. A neighbor near by saw this and called in saying someone was murdered. Director 'Jordan DeNoce' was scolded by the police but was granted permission to finish the shoot. See more »


The black eye Neil Tabor has towards the end of the film disappears completely in one scene and then returns at the end. See more »

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Collin Redmond is credited as "Sound Zombie". See more »

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One Hell of a Ride
14 October 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Jordan DeNoce's take on the scientist falls in love genre is no less than fantastic. It's a story you've heard time and time again, a man luckless in love being chased my the CIA due to one of his inventions. Yet, DeNoce's vision brings this story to life in a new heartfelt manner. An amazing accomplishment at such a young age, and it being his feature film debut. His craft in creating comedic situations is fantastic, and the use of effects and stunts really jazzes up the narrative. He illustrates a world for the viewer, a world the director is intimately familiar with and invites the audience to join this world.

Stand out performances from JR Wickman, Kali Stivison, and Ken Hodge really bring the word to life. The will and determination to bring forth a new vision of cinema from America's young independent filmmakers is truly inspiring. This film currently unavailable to see, unless you know the filmmakers, and is such a loss. With so many films released with no concern for story telling or love of film, but merely with a target audience in mind, it's a shame these virtually unknown films are unable to get distribution. With independent film being such a buzzword currently it's hard to tell true independents, to studio-backed films using film festivals as test markets with low budget back burner films. It's a shame an industry with such a rich background in art, is used the same way salesmen shill off worthless goods. S.C.I.E.N.C.E. is a richly textured film that stands heads and shoulders above many more well known, and lesser known films available today. I hope you get the chance to see it

All in all it's a movie I truly enjoyed watching, and look forward to more work from this director in the future.

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