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Pop (1999)

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Peter Paige and Elisa Donovan find themselves pinned as accomplices to the disappearance of "The Fat Boy Numeral," a top secret project from the atomic lab where they work. Their characters... See full summary »

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D. Guy Baker ...
Rocket Burger Employee of the Year
Lisa Brink ...
Gail Force
Bear the Dog ...
Terrance
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Nora
Kate Ertmann ...
Five, the Girl from Mars
Michael Fetters ...
Hugo
Michael Lucas ...
Ed
Michael Lucas ...
Ed
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Secret Agent #2
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Nick
Bradley Rogers ...
Couch Consultant
Jack Ryan ...
The Infamous Voice
Jed Shay ...
Secret Agent #1
Mark Tassoni ...
Langston
Johnny Useldinger ...
Rug
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Peter Paige and Elisa Donovan find themselves pinned as accomplices to the disappearance of "The Fat Boy Numeral," a top secret project from the atomic lab where they work. Their characters Nick and Nora set out to find Hugo who dissappeared the same day Fat Boy did. Nick and Nora are followed by a couple of Goons, hired to see what they know and become ever so entangled in a cmplicated web of government spies, alien seductressses, and the purchase of the "perfect sofa"- never a simple task.

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Taxidermist Surf
Performed by Man or Astroman?
by Special Arrangement with Bless this Miss & Estrus Records
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Cute example of shoestring filmaking which combines lots of talent and ambition with very little cash and sometimes produces something unique and inspired.
17 November 2003 | by See all my reviews

This sweetly daffy little throwback to classic crazy comedy was filmed in Oregon, shown in a couple local theaters, one local fest, and for one night at an indie fest in NYC (where it lost most of any potential audience to sports playoffs). Thank heavens it was picked up for DVD release, for it is quite fascinating as living proof that a films budget matters far less than the talent of the people spending it (by the way the first three items mentioned in the list of "Thanks" in the closing credits are major credit card companies!) Brightly written script is a blend of sci-fi, mystery, and romance. The appealing cast includes handsome Peter Paige a year or two before he stepped into the colorful role of Emmet on "Queer as Folk", here his most vibrant accessory is a tiny dog who steals scenes with barely a growl. The entire cast has the sincerity and sense of fun that doing a project because it is worth doing often brings. The DVD is well worth a rent...if only for the fascinating special features detailing it's whirlwind creation...Also check out the section profiling the digital wiz who created the enormously enjoyable score entirely in his back bedroom....adding immeasurably to a small gem.


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