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Boom Man (2006)

 -  Short | Comedy  -  16 January 2006 (USA)
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Jim O'Brien ...
Alex
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Maria
Greg Forshay ...
Biker John
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Dylan
John M. Wright ...
Gonzo
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Anna Graves ...
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Matt Keene ...
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Alex is a struggling writer battling a strange feline obsession that is preventing him from experiencing enough life to muse about it. It will take his manager, a new job as a boom operator, and a crush on a local waitress to help Alex pull through a terrible case of writer's block.

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The voice of Alex's father (on the answering machine) is Sammy Shore. See more »

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Boom Man, one of the best shorts I've seen
28 January 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Boom Man has everything you'd expect in a short film and much much more. There is romance, drama, action, and comedy, all mixed into the role of Alex, played by the awesomely funny Jim O'Brien. Alex is a writer who has a few problems that he needs to over come to cure his writer's block, one being his affinity for cats. I have been a fan of Jim's stand-up and hilarious songs for years. Finally someone starred him in a movie and, in my opinion, it was a smart move. Steven Wright has definitely out done himself here, and I can't wait to see the two of them team up again, for not only a short, but maybe even a full-length feature film. All I can say is that I hope these guys keep it up!!!!


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