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Sneakers & Soul (2009)

| Comedy, Drama | 2009 (USA)
After inheriting a pair of blue sneakers and a mysterious key to a New York City apartment, a young work-obsessed lawyer finds himself following in his late father's adventurous footsteps -... See full summary »

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Billy Fenderson ...
Johnny-Boy Bailey
S.J. Hannah ...
Ace Cooper
Marie Cecile Anderson ...
Vicki Lions
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Simon Valdez
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Murray Bailey
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Shane Lions
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Yard Sale Man
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Reader of the will (as Jamee Vance)
Frank Clark ...
Bowling Guy
Danielle Wilson ...
Bowling Girl
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Daniel Bender ...
Randall Lions
Christopher Gauer ...
Corey Lions
Dale Gerber ...
Bowling Alley Extra #2
Arleen LaMorte ...
Nurse
Aidan Plunkett ...
Arcade Extra - Boy
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After inheriting a pair of blue sneakers and a mysterious key to a New York City apartment, a young work-obsessed lawyer finds himself following in his late father's adventurous footsteps - walking from South Jersey to New York with his loyal, but complicated best friend. Written by Z

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Walk your heart out

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Comedy | Drama

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$55,000 (estimated)
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The man who Ace initially rebukes at the garage sale (who responds by saying "Man, I'm just buying a teapot!") is a cameo from the co-writer of the film, Marty Buccafusco. See more »

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Murray Bailey: No matter what you do in life, always have a perfect bed and a comfortable pair of shoes, because when you're not in one, you're in the other.
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References Happy Birthday (2006) See more »

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Good by itself, great at a film festival!
30 April 2010 | by (San Diego, CA) – See all my reviews

This movie was really good but looked even better compared to the short films that came before it.

I saw this film at a certain small regional film festival. It looked really professional! The credits were classy motion graphics and I felt like I was watching a movie made for the big screen, not just a computer screen.

The film gets off to a slightly slow start and I was worried it would feel a little 'oh golly shucks' trite but just 10 minutes in it was a lot more sincere. The movie only got better from there.

Memorable scenes: A character slapping (literally) his clothes off and jumping around on a bed. Little girl bicycles. Vickie's ADORABLE first appearance (seriously, I hope this girl is the next Zooey Deschanel).

I think you should watch this movie. At the very least you will see a full-length feature that was made on a CRAZY low budget (I know, I asked) and looks really, really good. I do not think it's possible to dislike this film.


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