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Pixel Perfect (2004)

A teen uses a holograph to create a pop star for his friend's band.

Director:

Mark A.Z. Dippé

Writers:

Alan Sacks (story), Neal Shusterman (story) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Credited cast:
Raviv Ullman ... Roscoe (as Ricky Ullman)
Leah Pipes ... Samantha
Spencer Redford ... Loretta Modern
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Chad 'Chato' Alger Chad 'Chato' Alger ... Activist
Robin Ballard Robin Ballard ... Civil Servant
Britani Bateman Underwood ... Host (as Britani Bateman)
Dan Carlisle Dan Carlisle ... Studio Engineer
Martha Carter Martha Carter ... VJ
Dan Christensen Dan Christensen ... High School Principal
Joyce Cohen ... Dr. McAllister
Porscha Coleman ... Rachel
Brett Cullen ... Xander
Samy Davis Samy Davis ... Tap Dancer
Anthony DiMaria ... Weldon Giles (as Anthony Di Maria)
Deborah Ellis Deborah Ellis ... Housekeeper (as Debbie Ellis)
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Storyline

Samantha's band, the Zettabytes, is meeting with little success, so her friend Roscoe uses his knowledge of technology designed by his father to create a holographic lead singer, Loretta Modern. The band instantly becomes successful, but Samantha begins to feel alienated, Roscoe discovers feelings for Samantha, and Loretta struggles with individuality. Written by Andronis

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Certificate:

TV-G
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Trivia

Avril Lavigne posters are shown. See more »

Quotes

Loretta Modern: Perfect. Ugh! I hate that word! If I'm so perfect, why do I feel so limited? I mean, look at this place you've created. You're so lucky. Samantha, you get to be the dreamer, but all I'll ever be is the dream.
Samantha: I never thought of it that way.
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Tru Blu
Performed by Lil' J Featuring Chase
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Fun to watch with your child
19 January 2004 | by chris_behannaSee all my reviews

For the detractors, as MST3K has always advocated, "Repeat to yourself, 'It's just a show, I should really just *relax*.'

I enjoyed this movie, especially with my five-year-old son, who really likes the songs (he sings them while walking around the house). Of course, the typical five-year-old's penchant for watching a new movie meant that I watched this movie four times this past weekend, but I digress.

I concur that this movie is better than the typical Disney-TV-movie-a-tron fare. It's not groundbreaking cinema, but it does tell a story with a decent moral (albeit the moral is laid on thick, like mortar with a trowel), and yes, the acting is good.

I *loved* the search engine, as well as the depiction of being in Samantha's brain.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English | German

Release Date:

16 January 2004 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Virtual Perfection See more »

Filming Locations:

Salt Lake City, Utah, USA

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Budget:

$4,000,000 (estimated)
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Company Credits

Production Co:

Alan Sacks Productions See more »
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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