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Green Flash (2008)

PG-13 | | Comedy, Drama, Sport | Video 5 June 2008
At the ripe old age of 30, Cameron Day has given up his chances at pro-basketball fame and settled into an aimless life. A chance encounter with a beautiful woman lands him smack in the ... See full summary »

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Cameron Day
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Jeremy Madden
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Kenny Fonseca
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Jason Bootie
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D'arrel LaCroix
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Lauren Rauth ...
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Cristin Schult ...
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At the ripe old age of 30, Cameron Day has given up his chances at pro-basketball fame and settled into an aimless life. A chance encounter with a beautiful woman lands him smack in the middle of Southern California's pro beach volleyball scene. A naturally talented true athlete, he seems destined for sports stardom once again until his old demons start creeping in, threatening his chances at success. Written by Casting

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An athlete's greatest opponent is his own mind.

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Rated PG-13 for sexual content, language and drug references | See all certifications »
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Written and Produced by Sean Morris (as Sean J. Morris)
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Crazy Fun

This is a modern "B" film, so awful that it rates high on the unintentional humor scale and should have cult status. It is a gem that makes Jello out of poignant moments and gave my family quotes to enjoy for years to come; So much fun in that it follows the standard wandering B movie plot. Boy meets defeat, boy meets girl and switches up his sport making for a lot of meta-drama. In no way is this an accurate portrayal of life for real volley ball players of Manhattan Beach but perhaps it is the way we wish it were. It is worth it just to watch the Manhattan Beach, Calif. scenes where it was filmed, a place you will want to visit if you are a big volley ball fan but the beach is not the real star or even a character in the film and neither are the homogenously beautiful actors. The clunky well- intentioned writing is the real star of these moments on screen, unlikely responses that make good acting impossible. I wish campaign speeches were written like this because we would all have a lot more fun at election time. This is the best movie ever to watch with your family or friends who love bad movies, what my father used to call "stinkers." There are some fun anachronisms and continuity breeches to catch. So put extra spice on your popcorn and pull up to the screen after a great day of skiing, surfing and especially volley ball, and have fun! I love this movie! It's stupid crazy fun.


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