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Where's Waldo: The Second Coming (2007)

The woods are no longer safe and the human race's only hope has been retired for years. The events of "Where's Waldo" have put John Bradley into a deep depression, he hasn't fired a gun ... See full summary »
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John C. Bradley ...
Jon Bradlee
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Reechard Klein
Brendan Bradley ...
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Kevin Sharp ...
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Emily Whitcraft Baden ...
Emilee Baten
Spencer Wright ...
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The woods are no longer safe and the human race's only hope has been retired for years. The events of "Where's Waldo" have put John Bradley into a deep depression, he hasn't fired a gun since he took vengeance on the remaining Waldos for the slaughter of his dearest friend Kyle. He's lost the will to live and now spends his days wallowing in regret over his past mistakes, that is until the Waldo threat enters his life once again and John must pick up his hat and guns and head back into the woods for one final confrontation with his sworn enemies. Join John Bradley as he takes it upon himself to end the Waldo threat once and for all. Written by Sean Malloy Productions

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$247 (estimated)
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At a certain point in the "Research Scene" the dialogue becomes a word for word recreation of the "Life Finds A Way" scene from Jurassic Park. See more »

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Spoofs Rocky III (1982) See more »

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You're The Best Around
by Joe Esposito
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