It's the story of how the death of a talking snake unleashes the power of a magic basketball.

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Brian Spaeth ...
Merri Sherman
Stephanie Sanborn ...
Becky Thunderbreastinyorkinshire
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Calvin Stadiums
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Kelli Sherman
Wayland Pickard ...
Mamba (voice)
James Evans ...
Coroner
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Molly
Brett London ...
Dusting Cop
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Dopey Cop (as Marcel Lloyd)
Katie Heeran ...
Madeline
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Madeline
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Dr. Crazy
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Nurse Insane
Bertrand Roberson Jr. ...
Mean Tommy's Dad
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When he's accused of murdering a charismatic snake named Mamba, Merri Sherman sets into motion a chain of events that could result in the world's takeover by a cult that worships a magic basketball, known only as the Orange Roundie. His only hope to stop this is by following the instructions of an ancient prophesy, which may also be predicting his own doom. Written by Anonymous

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The world's about to get a whole lot Roundier.

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Comedy | Mystery | Sport

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10 November 2009 (USA)  »

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$300,000 (estimated)
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The character of Petey Skippen appears in screenwriter Brian Spaeth's novel Prelude to a Super Airplane, and Calvin Stadiums is mentioned. Fictionalized versions of Producer Brad Radby and Prod. Asst. Eastham Way are also in the book. See more »

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When Nurse Insane shines a small light into Merri's eyes, she sets it down on the table and the crosses her arms. But in the next scene, the light is back in her hands, but in the subsequent wider shot, it is on the table and her arms are crossed again. See more »

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Worth the wait
17 April 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

As I was lucky enough to get a pre release copy this will be spoiler/plot points free. Much of the humor originated back in the days of yaysports.com, a basketball blog full of inside jokes and a culture of its own. What started out as probably an 8 min short evolved into a full picture which was genuinely enjoyable to watch. For those who knew the site, many of the subtler jokes will be hilarious, but even for those starting from scratch with a good sense of humor looking for an enjoyable story it is fantastic. Not only that, the songs were fantastic and amusing, done just for the flick. Some may not enjoy the humor in the film but that seems to be par for the course with Lasterday Entertainment. While it may miss the mark for some, I for one loved it, well played.


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