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When they find a frozen caveman in their backyard, two high school outcasts thaw him out and introduce him to modern day life - while he in turn gets them to actually enjoy life.
This was one of Brendan Fraser's earliest films, and being a big fan of his work, I was keen to give this one a go. While not being particularly profound or revolutionary, or even logical, Encino Man was good innocent fun and I really enjoyed it. It was rather funny seeing the main character, played by Sean Astin (Sam from Lord of the Rings) as a moping, 'uncool' teenager from the early nineties and Brandan Fraser doing just as good a caveman as he did a jungle man. I'm just glad he made the Mummy series as well or he might have been typecast in not-really-speaking-english roles.
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Every young genius has an imaginary friend. Unfortunately so do some simpletons. Introducing Martin Paul Kenny Dalglish Moone.
Moone Boy is a semi-autobiographical sitcom written, produced and co-starring Chris O'Dowd (Bridesmaids, The Sapphires, The IT Crowd) about a boy growing up in Ireland in the 1980s. O'Dowd plays Sean Murphy, the imaginary friend of 11-year-old Martin Moone (David Rawle), who also narrates his adventures. But while most boys would dream up a superhero sidekick, Martin's pal is a man in his mid-30s with the most common name in Ireland!
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