Brandon Craig is a regular guy who loves split pea soup and happens to be in monogamous relationships with three amazing women: Monique, his photo editor boss; Wendy, an undercover cop; and... See full summary »

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Brandon Craig
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Monique
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Wendy
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Zoe
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Franki
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Todd
Rob Cesternino ...
Rob
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Dr. Mitch
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Gene
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Detective Ferrari
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Bob
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Jerry
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Cameron Campbell
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Brandon Craig is a regular guy who loves split pea soup and happens to be in monogamous relationships with three amazing women: Monique, his photo editor boss; Wendy, an undercover cop; and Franki, host of the popular Internet show Missleblast. Brandon knows he must eventually choose between them, but when all three women wind up in the same place at the same time to sample Brandon's favorite soup, his love life boils over. Even though there are lots of flavors to choose from - you just can't have 'em all! Written by Echo Bridge Home Entertainment

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One Man, Three Girlfriends, Once Favorite Soup

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Comedy | Romance

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8 May 2006 (USA)  »

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$200,000 (estimated)
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When Brandon and his friends are discussing the women over the pea soup they ask the waitress for advice. She sits down to give them advice and her words do not match up with the way she is speaking. See more »

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Old content, done.....
18 May 2011 | by (working in Movieland) – See all my reviews

The main reason I decided to watch this awesomely horrible film was because I had nothing else to do. Soup of the Day is a self-proclaimed phenomenon; having received over nine million downloads in its original, web-distributed form. Now, it has been ported over to DVD as well. The case implies that the film is completely different than the original web episodes, and **it's not**. All they've really done is stick all 19 episodes together, plus a few minutes of additional footage, then called it a feature-length film. This transition isn't a smooth one. For starters, serial web episodes work under different rules than films. They each have to be the same length, and there doesn't have to be any real continuity between each episode. Since there's a gap of time for the audience, they accept the sudden gaps of time in the show itself. When these gaps are removed, the DVD audience is left with a horribly stilted viewing experience, jumping from mini-story to mini-story, every seven minutes. This whole film reeks with disdain. First of all the plot, dull, and predictable. The message of the film was also very annoying. The premise was designed by a group of web nerds who have probably never actually spoken to a girl in real life, let alone shared a bed with one.


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