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Ready? OK! (2008)

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A comedic coming-of-age story about an 11-year old boy as he learns that it's "OK to be yourself."

Director:

Anthony Meindl

Writer:

Anthony Meindl
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Cast

Credited cast:
Mike Ash Mike Ash ... Tommy Pearson
Chelsea Burge Chelsea Burge ... Crafts Girl #1
Elizabeth Callens Elizabeth Callens ... Hair Dresser
Kara Chaltrow Kara Chaltrow ... Crafts Girl #2
Brian Daley Brian Daley ... Suit #1
Peyton Daley Peyton Daley ... Principle Griffin
Megan Downey Megan Downey ... Blonde #4
T.K. Durham T.K. Durham ... Mr. Blanke
Jason Frederick Jason Frederick ... Suit #2
Elizabeth Gorecki Elizabeth Gorecki ... Girl Auditioning
Sarah Gorecki Sarah Gorecki ... Dr. McDreamy Blond
Nathan Gragido Nathan Gragido ... Cronie #1
Luke Hayter Luke Hayter ... Cronie #2
Danielle Hoover Danielle Hoover ... Julie Pearson
Kathryn Kintzele Kathryn Kintzele ... Blonde #1
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A comedic coming-of-age story about an 11-year old boy as he learns that it's "OK to be yourself."

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

18 June 2008 (USA) See more »

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Color

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1.85 : 1
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Priceless
Written by Chris Andrews
Performed by Rainie Davis
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Short, Sweet Truth
26 January 2009 | by pippstaSee all my reviews

I stumbled across this short film and was blown away by a perfect, simple story that is able to cut so deep. Ready? OK! is about a boy learning to deal with the often cruel actions of his peers while both finding himself and remaining true to who he is. I really liked the honest feel of the characters and the situations. The humor, pain, joy and love are all portrayed in a realistic way - so unHollywood and so appreciated. As I watched this short I thought about my own son and the trials he faces in his own school for similar and different reasons but by the end of the film it made me focus my thoughts in another direction, in much the same way the characters did themselves. It is very difficult to capture fully developed characters and story in a short film but when it is done right it is very thought provoking. Ready? OK! got it more than right.


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