The Airborne Trilogy (2010)

This film can be split into three separate shorts: Part 1: "It Takes More than Powers" High school dork Clay Rudolph isn't prepared to be super when he discovers his extraordinary powers. ... See full summary »

Director:

Jordan Imbrey

Writers:

Jordan Imbrey, Eric Ugland (script editor) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Jordan Imbrey Jordan Imbrey ... Clay Rudolph
Thomas Chang Thomas Chang ... Gary Chu
Libba Moore Libba Moore ... Maria
Justin Chang Justin Chang ... Louie Chu
Stephen Haskell Stephen Haskell ... Dave
John Haskell John Haskell ... Pappas
Dustin Coutinho Dustin Coutinho ... Raj
Julia Adelman Julia Adelman ... Margaret
Nelly Bellamy Nelly Bellamy ... Callie / Spanish Class Chick
Zach Morgan Zach Morgan ... Mick
Nicholas de la Canal Nicholas de la Canal ... Edmund
Philip Robertson Philip Robertson ... Fred Thornton
Lawrence Toppman Lawrence Toppman ... Mortie
Brian Tarr Brian Tarr ... Clay's Dad
Aaron Jaffe Aaron Jaffe ... Peaches Man
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This film can be split into three separate shorts: Part 1: "It Takes More than Powers" High school dork Clay Rudolph isn't prepared to be super when he discovers his extraordinary powers. It takes encouragement from his best friend Gary and the hopes of winning his crush away from Gary's bully cousin to make Clay soar to his full potential. Part 2: "The Pressure Builds" Clay and Gary are back, and with some time to get know his superpowers, Clay has changed a lot... for better or for worse. Part 3: "The Secret of Identity" After the release of an Airborne comic, Clayton Rudolph's secret identity may be worth more than he could have ever known. Written by Anonymous

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Clay and Gary are back, and with some time to get know his superpowers, Clay has changed a lot... for better or for worse. See more »

Genres:

Comedy

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Details

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

8 August 2010 (USA) See more »

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Box Office

Budget:

$212 (estimated)
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Company Credits

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Ugly Embryo Productions See more »
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Color:

Color (HD)

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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Airborne is a superhero who struggles with his super identity
11 December 2011 | by Viviana BonillaSee all my reviews

This movie is great! It was featured at the Charlotte Jewish Film Festival. It's pretty funny and the actors are charming. Airborne is an endearing superhero who can't figure out how to use his powers, which makes for a good laugh. The sidekick, Gary Chu, is a bit of a dork but he is totally precious. The villain, Louie Chu, is also a cool character. At first he wouldn't seem like your typical bully but the comedic spin makes him frighteningly funny. The plot hooks you right away with an unexpected bike accident. But mostly, this is one of those movies you are excited to see because you know the director will be really big one day. I definitely recommend it.


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