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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.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Noah Bastian ...
McCall Clark ...
Paul Etuk ...
Nenetzi Scott ...
Michael Buster ...
Mr. Lund
Chef Shane
David Morgan ...
Janitor (as Chris Miller)
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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food | superhero | high school | See All (3) »


Not all super heroes fight crime See more »


Comedy | Fantasy

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


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April 2008 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

High School Super Hero  »

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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 »


Fly Towards the Sun (a.k.a. Icarus Song)
Performed by Furly
Written by Darren Korb
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My life will never be the same again.
24 October 2016 | by See all my reviews

The Adventures of Food Boy is a film that has quite literally changed my entire outlook on; love, life and ham sandwiches. Not quite as impressive as "Hobo with a shotgun", "The Toxic Avenger" or "Surfing Nazis Must Die" but it hardly seems fair to compare it against such lofty masterworks of cinema.

So the premise. Ezra, a unpopular high school student believes that running for junior class president is his one way ticket to clunge-town and paving his way to a prestigious college, unfortunately much to Ezra's dismay, he gets hit hard by a heavy handed puberty metaphor and rather than growing a curly wig of hairs around his particulars he instead begins shooting bread from the palms of his hand! But he isn't limited to just bread, oh no! It transpires that he is able to create all manner of food stuffs from his body and thus begins Ezra's adventure as the titular food boy.

So you are probably thinking that his adventures consist of globe trotting and solving the crippling food problems in third world countries or perhaps he dons a mask and fights crime firing peanuts from his finger tips at allergic bank robbers! Alas you are thinking far too small eager readers! No, Ezra uses his unique gift for personal gain, mystifying his peers with 'food magic', becoming a food fight dynamo and teaching his 40-something year old school bully a lesson in humility! To be fair to Ezra he does do a brief stint feeding the homeless in a soup kitchen but soon realised the futility of it all realising that they would much rather be given change to buy drugs or a can of special brew despite their protests that in an age of mobile phones that they only want it for bus fare or a pay phone.

If I went any further into explaining the film then I would be spoiling the incredibly gripping and deep plot that the writers have sculpted as their very own modern day citizen Kane. The Adventures of Food Boy is a master piece coming of age film, set to become a modern day classic and a complete roller coaster.

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