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In the paranoid atmosphere of post 9-11 America, a grocery store shopping cart rolls out of a parking lot and keeps rolling. Agents of the CIA and NSA chase after it, as do Islamic terrorists and Russian Communist hardliners. Written by Anonymous

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The cold war begins again on aisle 9.

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The "Citizen Kane" of runaway shopping cart movies
12 April 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

No other film has ever captured the runaway shopping cart experience with such startling reality. Few have even dared try. FOX News personality Glen Beck currently ranks runaway shopping carts as the #3 greatest threat to national security, and yet before this film, no one had the courage to tackle this issue. Kudos to Pink Wombat Cinema for bringing us this terrifying cautionary tale, and daring to speak the truth.

If you see a runaway shopping cart, be sure to contact the police, or, even better, the department of Homeland Security, immediately. Do not let this rolling radicals terrorize our country.

See "The Basket Case." You'll be a little sadder, but a lot wiser.


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