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The Adventures of Food Boy (2008)

PG | | Comedy, Fantasy | April 2008 (USA)
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A teenage boy is surprised to discover that he has the super power to make food appear in his hands.


Dane Cannon


Marc Mangum
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Lucas Grabeel ... Ezra
Brittany Curran ... Shelby
Kunal Sharma ... Joel
Jeff Braine ... Dylan
Noah Bastian Noah Bastian ... Garrett
McCall Clark McCall Clark ... Justine
Joyce Cohen ... Grandma
Ryne Sanborn ... Mike
Paul Etuk Paul Etuk ... Chris
Nenetzi Scott Nenetzi Scott ... Missy
Michael Buster Michael Buster ... Mr. Lund
Curt Doussett ... Chef Shane
David Morgan David Morgan ... Dad
Christopher Robin Miller ... Janitor (as Chris Miller)
Anne Sward Anne Sward ... Ms. Hakes


A teenage boy is surprised to discover that he has the super power to make food appear in his hands.

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Plot Keywords:

food | superhero | high school | See All (3) »


He's a one-boy food fight! See more »


Comedy | Fantasy

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated PG for some mild rude humor | See all certifications »


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Release Date:

April 2008 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

High School Super Hero See more »

Filming Locations:

Utah, USA

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Did You Know?


Upon this film's April 2008 release, Noah Bastian was 27 at the time, considered mighty old for a high school student. See more »


Before the gallon challenge starts, Shelby and Joel entered the scene with their hands down. When the camera angle switched to them, Shelby said "I told you..." holding her hands on her chest level. See more »

Crazy Credits

Some interesting lines in the credits: Mustard Viscocity ... A Couple of Guys With No Clue Food Fight Cleanup ... Pretty Much Everyone on Set See more »


Remake of Food Boy (2007) See more »


Performed by Shay
Written by Kenneth Lewis, Candice Wilson, and Brent Kolatalo
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Hitchcock move over; this High School Musical spin-off will get your toes tingling
5 September 2016 | by mymphrSee all my reviews

People will h-ATE on this film, but I could not CARROT all.

This is actually the best film I've ever seen, 10/10 doesn't begin to sum it up. It had me enraptured by the point that our protagonist, little Ezra, was curled up in a ball in the bathroom surrounded by bread.

I've never felt an emotion before; this film changed that.

My favourite part was when Ezra realised that his crush wasn't deserving of his love, gave her speed in a sports drink, and she believed she was winning the race, when in actual fact she was foaming at the mouth at the side of the track while he tried to slip his fingers up her top.

I also loved the aggressive metaphors for homosexuality. Ezra was a repressed homosexual but, when he was 5900 days old for some reason he got hard looking at a man. He then jerked off in his school bathroom, was caught by the principal and some friends and got kicked out of school. Then his grandma revealed that she was gay and was creating some gay pornography (her cookbook) and he started to come to terms with himself. In the end, he couldn't repress his feelings, so he chucked his "love" at that one guy in the orange t shirt who looks about 45 years old and I'm not sure how he's in high school.

You only live nonce, bush did 9/11, willies out for harambe, google the NWO.

Oh also, i ATE this film up ! I'm hungry for more! watch me as i eject bread out me fingers

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