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W the Movie (2009)

Not Rated | | Fantasy | 20 March 2009 (USA)
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A surreal, apocalyptic nightmare fantasy on the George W. Bush years and the effect they have on protagonist, BlueMahler, his family, and his life.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Alfred Eaker ... BlueMahler
Pink Freud ... Herself
John M. Bennett ... Texas Oil Man
Ross St. Just ... Samson
Justin Barnes ... The Redneck Tooth Fairy
Uncle Ernie ... Hemlock Stones / W.C. Fields / Goliath / Himself
Wendy Collin Sorin ... The Stigmatic Frog Grave Digger
Michael Basinski ... Pluto / Moon / Sun
Lauren Paige ... Delilah
Justin Belitz ... Himself (as Fr. Justin Belitz)
Gary Pierce ... Saddam Hussein
Brother Brown ... Uncle Sama Ben Llama
Steven Gray ... Jeb Head
Terrence Dellinger ... Keystone Kop (as Terry Dillinger)
Richard Carson ... Dirty Pope
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A meteor crashes in the Arizona desert, bringing with it; W. He is found by his father, Texas Oil Man, who helps him steal the presidency. A world of chaos is soon unleashed. W and his regime are challenged by liberal reporter BlueMahler and the newspaper, Issues and Alibis, but the world, under the leadership of W, becomes an apocalyptic nightmare. Written by Alfred Eaker

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$70,000 (estimated)
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