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Blockbusters (2005)

Mark McKent must return his video to Blockbuster Video before he gets a late fee. To do this takes him on adventure through time and reality.

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(as Trever Fadrhonc),

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(as Trever Fadrhonc),
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Cullen Cowan ...
Marty McKent / Superman
Ryan Gunther ...
Dick / Robin
Terrence Evans ...
Doc (as Terry Evans)
David Case ...
Manager Sidous
Michele Davis ...
Mother
Karen Maxwell ...
Daughter
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Blockbuster employee
Gregory Berger-Sobeck ...
Wayne, Voice of Bruce
Bob Price ...
Blockbuster VO
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T-1000 Cop
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Mark McKent must return his video to Blockbuster Video before he gets a late fee. To do this takes him on adventure through time and reality.

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A Man. A Movie. A Mission.


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26 August 2005 (USA)  »

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$20,000 (estimated)
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In the scene where the Time Machine backs up toward the camera, the car went back to far and hit the camera. Luckily, only the matte box and a lens filter were damaged. See more »

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Spoofs Batman & Robin (1997) See more »

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Respectful homage to bygone era
23 January 2007 | by See all my reviews

These two talented filmmakers have managed to capture and celebrate the rise of the modern blockbuster in this satirical fantasy short. The audience symbolically travels back in time, especially those children of the 80's, to relive classic audio and visual moments of an era that has given way to more special effects and less character development and intelligence. Trevor and Luke managed to make a blockbuster of their own in terms of film school shorts. I'm looking forward to their next venture, whether they collaborate again or take on the industry independently. Hopefully these guys can rescue us from Hollywood's barrel scraping and bring back the goods.


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