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A comedy about the eccentric visitants to a small filling station located between disparate worlds.

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Jacob Agnone ...
Combine Soldier #3 - Turbochi Pilot
Sara Brown ...
Misc.
Darby Edelen ...
Combine Soldier #5
Ryan Gallagher ...
Combine Soldier #2 (John)
Antonio Govela ...
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Donovan Green ...
Combine Soldier #1 - Misc.
Jackie Gross ...
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Cat Hebel ...
Janna
Bill Kiley ...
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Nick Levin ...
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Ben Mears ...
Combine Soldier #4 (Fred) - Misc.
Fred Meixell ...
Concerned Customer - Misc.
Craig Mengel ...
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Dan Miller-Schroeder ...
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Casey Noland ...
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A comedy about the eccentric visitants to a small filling station located between disparate worlds.

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1 February 2008 (USA)  »

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A cute and funny sci-fi/comedy romp
9 June 2009 | by (The Last New Jersey Drive-In on the Left) – See all my reviews

This endearingly silly and inoffensive eight minute short takes place on a funky small filling station located on an asteroid between two worlds. There ain't much of a story to be found here. Instead we get a funny and lively series of entertaining oddball random vignettes. A bunch of combine soldiers trade notes on saving their money. Hot-tempered Frank the Skeleton argues with his fed-up girlfriend Janna, who dumps Frank for being "so hollow" (ouch!). Red-bearded Viking Jimli the Dwarf, who comes complete with hefty battle-axe, feeds his gnarly giant flying lizard beast gasoline. Plus two guys get into a fight inside the store. Best of all, Yoda even briefly pops so he can eyeball a hottie lady attendant. Writer/director Ross Scott relates this engagingly lightweight fluff in an agreeably quirky and bouncy manner. The computer animation is impressively fluid and colorful. The kooky music by Blake Allen and Bill Kiley hits the spacey spot. Granted, this baby doesn't amount to much, but it's still a perfectly enjoyable diversion just the same.


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