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8 December 2006 (USA) See more »
Part live-action, part animated story about a boy who, after an awful amusement park accident, gets a brain transplant, which allows him to see cartoon characters in real life. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Tucker Barkley ... Scott / Dancer
Eunice Cho ... Robin

Stephanie Courtney ... Team Member Donna

Jennifer De Minco ... Nurse

Cindy Drummond ... Mrs. Salsbury

Bil Dwyer ... Jimmy's Dad

Neil Flynn ... Head of Appleday Board

Jonina Gable ... Becky
Chanel Gaines ... Girl Dakota

Rosemary Garris

Malerie Grady ... Lead Junior Milt

Ellen Greene ... Dolly Gopher (voice)

Terrence Hardy Jr. ... Easily Excited Kid (as Terrence Hardy)

Shane Harper ... Dancer

Dominic Janes ... Jimmy Roberts

Micah Karns ... Craig

Tom Kenny ... Tux - (voice) / Appleday Board Member

Matt Knudsen ... Sonny Appleday
Rhea Lando ... Yancy

Jill Lover ... Doctor in Dolly costume

Connor Matheus ... Stinky Feet Pete
Yukio Matsumoto ... Craig's Grandpa
Paul Moncrief ... Assistant director

Brian Posehn ... Crocco (voice)

Joell Posey ... Robin's Friend (as Joell Posey Grager)

Rachel Quaintance ... Captain Roberts

Paul Reubens ... Golly Gopher (voice)

Austin Rogers ... Animal Loving Kevin

Dylan Smith ... Madison

Tommy Snider ... Walking Bush

Michael Symonds ... Too Tall Brian
Christian Vandal ... Logan

Fred Willard ... Milt Appleday

Al Woodley ... Doctor In Tux costume (as Alfred Woodley)
Kat Wright ... School Girl (uncredited)

Directed by
Bruce Hurwit 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Timothy McKeon 
Adam Pava 

Produced by
Evan Adler .... producer
Gregory D. Hemstreet .... line producer
Bruce Hurwit .... executive producer
Coni Lancaster .... producer: live-action sequences
Timothy McKeon .... executive producer
Ramsey Ann Naito .... co-producer
Michael Ouweleen .... executive producer
Adam Pava .... executive producer
Ashley Postlewaite .... executive producer: Renegade
Peggy Regan .... producer: Renegade
Cinematography by
Collin Davis 
Film Editing by
Michael Kelly 
Casting by
Liz Paulson 
Production Design by
Bradley J. Gake 
Kells Jesse 
Peter Michail 
Art Direction by
Adam Davis 
Set Decoration by
Brandi Kalish 
Costume Design by
Gretchen Patch 
Makeup Department
Victoria Doering .... key makeup artist
Cathrine A. Marcotte .... key hair stylist
Julie Mollo .... makeup department head
Calvin Scott .... key makeup artist
Traci E. Smithe .... key hair stylist
Chad Washam .... special makeup effects artist
Production Management
Coni Lancaster .... unit production manager
Jay Spangler .... production supervisor
Suzannah Szabo .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Chamonix Bosch .... second assistant director
Carlos De La Torre .... second second assistant director
Jon Mallard .... first assistant director
Art Department
Chris Atkinson .... key propman
Edd Barker .... art production assistant
Elisa Brown .... first assistant art
Steve Cavanaugh .... property assistant
Frank Forte .... storyboard artist
Robert Hunt .... senior illustrator
Jack Jesse .... art production assistant
Ron Levy .... art production assistant
Guy Owens .... on-set dresser
Brad Soper .... set dresser
Sean Leroy West .... set dresser
Matt Wheeler .... property assistant
Gaston Wurth .... lead man
Ash Yeganegi .... swing
Sound Department
Case Chamberlain .... sound production assistant
Crew Chamberlain .... sound mixer
Marydixie Kirkpatrick .... boom operator
Steve Patrick .... audio post supervisor
Special Effects by
Joe Andreas .... special effects technician
Robert DeVine .... special effects: alien makeup, penguins, train saw arms, claw arm
Jill Gill .... special effects coordinator
Erich Martin Hicks .... special effects crew
Dustin Owen .... puppeteer: train dagger arm
Dustin Owen .... special effects: penguin fabrication
Visual Effects by
Steve Barnes .... compositor
Steve Barnes .... rotoscoper
Keith Boyd .... graphic artist
Trish Burgio .... digital artist
Blaine Cone .... compositing director
Karla Jean Davis .... visual effects production assistant (as Karla Davis)
Eric D. Erickson .... compositor
Erik Higurashi .... compositor
Mike Jacobs .... assistant compositor
Andy Jolliff .... lead technical director
Scott Lowe .... compositor
Darin McGowan .... storyboard artist
Sandi Murnane .... compositing production manager
Scott O'Brien .... animation director
Scott O'Brien .... character layout
Brooks O'Kelley .... assistant compositor
Andrew Pope .... senior compositor
Alex Ragland .... digital compositing supervisor
John Robinson .... visual effects production assistant
Tony Salama .... compositor
Butch Seibert .... lead compositor
Hiro Koda .... stunt rigger
Malosi Leonard .... stunt coordinator
Matt Leonard .... stunts
Ashton Moio .... stunt double
Kevin Reid .... utility stunts
Kat Wright .... utility stunts
Camera and Electrical Department
Mike Bachman .... video assistant
Micah Y. Bisagni .... assistant camera
Ted Chu .... camera operator
Ken Clauson .... electrician
Jamey Clouse .... tape operator
John C. Cole .... best boy
John C. Cole .... grip
Eric Felland .... dimmer board operator
Eric Felland .... lighting technician
Sean Ginn .... best boy
Sean Ginn .... electrician
Willow Jenkins .... vtr operator
Kit Kalionzes .... assistant camera
Kim Kono .... electrician
Rory Muir .... assistant camera
Kevin Nieliwocki .... dolly grip
Steve Owen .... key grip
Warren Purfoy .... electrician
Wiley Schott .... camera production assistant
Jimmy Scott .... electrician
Jimmy Scott .... gaffer
Raul Vasquez .... grip
Animation Department
Joey Adams .... animator
John Anderson .... character layout artist
Jason Beirut .... animator
Anne Walker Farrell .... character layout artist (as Anne Walker)
Mario Furmanczyk .... character layout artist
Erik Girndt .... animator
Cesar Henriquez .... animator
Walt Holcombe .... animator
Keith Holven .... animator
Erik Knutson .... animator
Alex Meza .... animator
Scott O'Brien .... animation director
Scott O'Brien .... character layout artist
Sean Pollack .... animator
Randy Sanchez .... character layout artist
Tim Szabo .... animator
Shannon Tindle .... character designer
Casting Department
Sherrie Henderson .... casting assistant
Kristen Nowick .... casting assistant
Jeffrey M. Paal .... extras casting
Joy Tenenberg .... extras casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Jennifer Antony .... key costumer
Leah Katznelson .... assistant costume designer
Michelle Margolis .... costumer
Molly McConnaughy .... costumer
Lorie Young .... set costumer (as Lorie Shew)
Editorial Department
Craig Paulsen .... first assistant editor
Transportation Department
Douglas Miller .... transportation captain
Other crew
Elizabeth A. Bergman .... production accountant
Toby Burge .... production assistant
Elizabeth C. Camp .... set production assistant
Kathy Cornell .... studio teacher
Dana Curt .... set medic
Dawn Douglass .... production coordinator
Gamble Harris .... set production assistant
Natalie Hsieh .... set production assistant
Carmen MacNeil .... head craft service
Stephanie A. Purdy .... animal trainer
Billy Romary .... location manager
Michael James 'Scotty' Scott .... first accountant
Joshua Stickler .... set production assistant
Marc Turchin .... set production assistant
Matthew Berkowitz .... special thanks
Christina Reynolds .... special thanks (as Christina Andrews)

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14 out of 23 people found the following review useful.
Severely Retarded and Unentertaining, 20 December 2006
Author: matrix29 from Michigan, USA

The short info on the movie is that it has an adopted alien sister (whom is about the only sane character in the movie), a boring kid star, a mentally feeble father figure, an utterly clueless astronaut mother, and a girlfriend who provides exposition (explanation dialog).

The summary of the plot (this movie is agonizingly bad to watch) involves the pot-fueled writers (whom wouldn't know a decent joke if it was jumping upon their windpipes) who decided that a young boy getting a "brain transplant" (while still retaining his entire memories, personality, and intelligence) would somehow magically get the ability to see the animated memories of the original owner of the brain. As you can understand, much like any person whom has the intellect greater than a goldfish, this plot is SEVERELY RETARDED.

At any rate, the child of the former animation studio is now grown, and the unentertaining character of Sonny just hams up his every appearance in his attempts to kill off the even more boring "brain transplant" boy. The whole thing just drags on like getting a tooth drilled at the dentist. GAH! Even 60 minutes of this is AGONIZING. The alien adopted sister is about the only worthwhile character of the whole movie. I am really wishing all of the characters, aside from the alien sister, die painfully.

The director of this movie is utterly incompetent as there is nothing compelling to continue watching it. The editor of the movie has no idea what is going on as the pacing of the "action" and "comedy" are not timed out at all to any emotional effect. The musical bits which are supposed to score out the emotional moments, the dramatic bits, the depressing scenes, and the comedy just appears to be randomly thrown in for no effect at all. The actors (not including the alien sister) seem to be putting no serious effort in reacting to the antics of Sonny (whom is putting some energy into his scenes, but lacking proper musical scoring has no emotional impact to the viewer and thusly results in a boring waste of movement). The photography is well lit and the camera-work is competent. The audio is clean for the most part, but edited utterly worthlessly.

If I were running the studio that slapped this bit of trash together, I'd fire the film editor, not rehire the non-reactive actors, slap the unfunny writers a few times then fire the unfunny writers, and fire the audio editor (if that is the person responsible for not knowing when to score in the emotional musical bits properly and using way too much noisy "dead air noise" to fill in the blank dialog spots). The audio has a the constant sound of a fan running in the background whenever the audio drops to a quiet spot. The only saving grace of this movie is not having the disturbing JonBenet Ramsey clone of Dakota Fanning (shivers at the thought of that creepy little girl) in it. So if you want to torture your children, buy this movie on DVD. Only the most rotten of children deserve to endure a horrible boring movie like this.

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