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The Sinking of Santa Isabel (2008)

TV-MA | | Comedy | 2 March 2008 (USA)
Quirky and addictive, The Sinking of Santa Isabel is a heartfelt journey about innocence, summer days and simpler dreams. Featuring new music by Sam Means of The Format.
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Jake Suazo ...
Brandon Luke Bringhurst ...
Jester
Susanne Sutchy ...
Bus Riley ...
Mr. Clark
Delmar Derricott ...
Dwayne
Rowene Thomas ...
Buena
Sila Agavale ...
Marv the Electrician
Scott Simmons ...
Driver's Ed Teacher
Calburt Dallas ...
Ornery Teammate
Christian Hobbs ...
Replacement Jester
Brett Merritt ...
Officer Pfefferhorn
Phelps Harmon ...
Checkers Judge
Tom Whitaker ...
Peter's Boss
Ralph West ...
Mayor Jenkins
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Quirky and addictive, The Sinking of Santa Isabel is a heartfelt journey about innocence, summer days and simpler dreams. Featuring new music by Sam Means of The Format.

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It's not a treehouse . . . it's a tree home See more »

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Comedy

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When at the bingo hall, Jester removes two balls of the same number, N44. See more »

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Webster: You got a really nice yard, do you fertilize?
Beth: No.
Webster: Just really good soil then?
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Genius Premise
10 August 2009 | by See all my reviews

This is a great movie. I think the entire premise is genius. It is funny and smart. The writers and directors did a great job with the location which adds to the story. I thought the actors did a magnificent job. Each character was so unique and the actors did a great job bringing each of the character's exceptional qualities and personal issues to the story. The premise is relatable to everyone and this movie does a great job showing how one individual attempts to fix some things in the past that he believes have shaped his present situation. His interactions with the other characters are always funny, and quite unexpected. Overall, this movie is heartwarming and enjoyable for all ages. It will make you think about your past and events that may have formed your present and future.


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