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Saladcide 1: Green with Envy (2015)

50 years later in The United States of America, vegetables have gone extinct and become overpowered by mass food products and companies. After having an erotic vision of the forgotten ... See full summary »

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Ethan Paisley

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Ethan Paisley (YouTube)
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Credited cast:
Ethan Asch Ethan Asch ... Nun #1
Zach Bellin Zach Bellin ... Nun #3
Anastazia Bereziny Anastazia Bereziny ... Anna
Owen Bojanowski Owen Bojanowski ... Fook Hing
Connor Filippi Connor Filippi ... Preacher (as Connor Fillipi)
Alex Foreman Alex Foreman ... Patrick
June Garvin June Garvin ... Wanda Dickens
Sarah Kennedy Sarah Kennedy ... Brenna
Amber Loera Amber Loera ... Friend
Karen Martinez Karen Martinez ... Friend
Hannah Morris Hannah Morris ... Victim
Olivia Newbold Olivia Newbold ... Felicia Davis
Ethan Paisley ... Mercedes
Miles Paisley Miles Paisley ... Nun #2
Isabella Williams Isabella Williams ... Savannah
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50 years later in The United States of America, vegetables have gone extinct and become overpowered by mass food products and companies. After having an erotic vision of the forgotten substances of vegetables, it is up to the dumbfounded protagonist, Anna, to make the world healthier through society's newest correction, which could also be its biggest mistake; salad. Written by Anonymous

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Casting for the film was difficult, and had 10 cast members drop out 3 days prior to filming due to it's dull screenplay and unorganized production schedule. See more »

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Anna's hair style frequently changes from a ponytail to loose hair throughout the entire movie. See more »

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Oh my oh my. What a ScReAm! (in a bad way!) So provocative! There were so many "no no" moments. Oh my goodness! I pray so much for those actors and actresses to be redeemed in the name of the lord. There was a lot of "no no" violence, "no no" language, and "no no" actions. It was scary, inappropriate, and crude. No No No. One thing I liked was it's overall good message about eating healthy. And it was well acted. Really loved Taylor Swift's part. I think she really contributed a lot to the plot. Mercede$ Jack$on however, made me sexually uncomfortable but did a decent job playing herself. But it was still terrible. I would never see it again. This is NOT Mabel Snartsta approved. The motion pictures will never be as good as they used to be... such as the 1999 Alice in Wonderland remake, Maleficent, Flowers in the Attic, Suit Life on Deck movie, and every single "Happily Ever After" episode that ever aired.


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USA

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15 January 2015 (USA) See more »

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