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Space Daze (2005)

Video  |   |  Comedy  |  31 May 2005 (USA)
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Al Manac (James Vallo) plays an investagative reporter searching for the exsistance of space aliens on earth.


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Al Manac / Cartilage Man
Tom Lindsey ...
Drunk Veteren
Darryl Giambalvo ...
Marty the Drunk (as Darryl the Actor)
Michael Wexler ...
Max Harmon
Adam P. ...
Shriner Victim
Pete O'Grady ...
Paranoid Man / Testicle Alien / Peace Loving Alien
Elizabeth Grant ...
Female Reporter
Heather McDonnell ...
Sexy Abducted Woman (as Sexy Abducted Women)
Leslie Slavin ...
Chuck Norris Benefactor
Chess Valenti ...
Francessa / Women for Worlds United
John Laubhan ...
David Orris ...
Dr.McGee (as Dave Lester)
Larry Rapach ...
Rich Bowler
Christy Carmicheal (as Erin Muir)


Al Manac (James Vallo) plays an investagative reporter searching for the exsistance of space aliens on earth.

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It's out there... Way out there





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Weak at Best but had some moments
10 August 2006 | by (NYC, NY) – See all my reviews

This is the story of a news investigator who hates his job - which prove why actors - even as weak as Tom Cruise and Denzel Washington - are on the big screen and your neighbors are not!

I'll say this though - the better moments show some basis for being really funny (not just wacky), to keep trying, maybe taking some classes, and using the time to keep learning how to make a good movie. ("Dude, Where's My Car" and the "Scary Movie" sequence have it all over this ... college attempt.)

The lighting wasn't; the production wasn't; and the script had moments (the conversation from space - very nice try unconvincingly executed). (This reminded me of "Dark Star" - which is about being "lost in space"

  • but this movie is just lost.)

The talent was the bartender (he said 'dog' so annoyingly that I knew he had to be acting... wasn't he? ... now THAT's acting!), the Mark Hammond guy, and Marty. I guess I gave the movie a point for each one of them... 3/10.



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