Fed up with being rejected as a filmmaker, Gallagher Jablan finds himself trapped in the world of independent film. Join the adventure as he crashes from film to film, leaving a wake of ruined shots and unravelled plots in his wake.

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Tim Johnson ...
Al Smithee
Andrew Talon ...
Tad Ziggy
Russell Carlsen ...
Gangster Larry
Richard Carlsen ...
Gangster Joe
Scott Douglas ...
Repeating Extra
Jeffrey Lombardi ...
Suicidal Syd (as Jeff Givens)
Andy Branscom ...
PFC Norris
Chris DeLaGarza ...
SGT Hudson
Craig A. Scott ...
PV2 Nimlet
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CPL Sniper
Tanner L. Cole ...
PVT Laird (as Tanner Cole)
Chris Haas ...
PFC Venkman
Charles Branscom ...
Charlie
Charlie Franceschi ...
Ninja
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Fed up with being rejected as a filmmaker, Gallagher Jablan finds himself trapped in the world of independent film. Join the adventure as he crashes from film to film, leaving a wake of ruined shots and unravelled plots in his wake.

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10 December 2005 (USA)  »

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Indie Film Adventures with Gallagher Jablan  »

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$900 (estimated)
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Spoofs Last Action Hero (1993) See more »

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The Curtain
Written by J. Scott Baxendale and Tom Ward
Courtesy Texas Rose Records
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Better than that Life Aquatic
14 June 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Yeah, this BraxtanFILM has been sweeping the Film Festivals near and far. Being one of the few films they've done on Film as they have used Digital Video for quite a few years, makes it a memorable and enjoyable short film by those Braxtan guys.

Heath was great in the video, and so was Tim Johnson. Yet I don't understand why the hell J. Michael Weiss is in front of Tim's name on their website; when all Jason did was babble in french and get slapped around.

Now you IMDb punks had better put "Return of the Ghostbusters" up, and take down that 'Ghostbusters in Hell' thing we all know that won't ever happen.


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