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Sharp as Marbles (2008)

Albert isn't the brightest bulb on the block. But that's okay, he's got his best friends, George and Ernie to help him out. Only problem, they're just as dumb as he is.

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Albert
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George (as Sean Roberts)
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Ernie
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Jen
Michael Roberds ...
Mr. Wilson
Theo Goutzinakis ...
Butch
Thomas William Thacker ...
Bruce (as Tom Thacker)
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Gabby's DJ
Zeus Ghadban ...
Abdul
Richard Michael Noga ...
Chuck
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Kelly
Tamera Lay ...
Amber
Jena Sharma ...
Julie
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Cindy (as Samantha Mcleod)
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Biker Bert
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Albert isn't the brightest bulb on the block, but he's got his best friends George and Ernie to help him out. The only problem is they're just as dumb as he is. The trio constantly land way over their heads in a comical tale of the blind leading the blind. Written by Anonymous

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19 February 2008 (USA)  »

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$200,000 (estimated)
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For the roles of Kelly and Amber, producers auditioned more than forty actresses over a three week period, before selecting Lindsay and Tamera. See more »

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References $18.20 (2001) See more »

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Hotter Than Heaven
Written & Performed by The Rocky Fortune
Meter Records / Alberta Foundation of Music
© 2006 Sons Of Daughters Music
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Very entertaining, quirky and Funny all at the same time
27 February 2008 | by See all my reviews

My friend recommended I check this movie out, mainly because we use to both work at a video store a few years back and he thought I would have a great laugh, and I personally laughed all the way through, I could tell it was a low budged film, but still enjoyed the wonky sound track, it worked really well for the show and the acting was OK, it was a comedy, I found it entertaining never the less, worth a look at if your into comedy, mainly because it had a feel of the movie Road Trip, that type of comedy, speaking of road trips... the part that they take there little road trip, that was by far the most funniest scene in the whole movie, the guy's really played well off one another. I found it to be funny, quirky and silly at times, but over all entertaining.


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