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Meet Dave (9-Jul-2008)

Director: Brian Robbins

Writers: Bill Corbett; Rob Greenberg

Keywords: Sci-Fi/Comedy

A human-shaped spaceship full of tiny humanoid aliens crashes into Earth on a mission to save its home planet, encountering gigantic trouble along the way.

ABSTRACT
A spaceship resembling a human crashes near New York City's Statue of Liberty; it is operated by a hundred inch-tall humanoid aliens looking to save their drought-stricken planet by draining Earth's oceans. The ship, designed to resemble its captain, is hit by a car driven by single mother Gina Morrison, sparking a series of misadventures threatening to compromise the ship's mission as its emotionless captain finds himself developing strange feelings resembling love for Gina.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Elizabeth Banks
Actor
10-Feb-1974   The Baxter
Marc Blucas
Actor
11-Jan-1972   Riley Finn on Buffy
Yvette Nicole Brown
Actor
12-Aug-1971   Shirley Bennett on Community
Scott Caan
Actor
23-Aug-1976   Hawaii Five-O
Judah Friedlander
Comic
16-Mar-1969   Baseball-capped comedian, 30 Rock
Kevin Hart
Comic
6-Jul-1978   Kevin Hart: Laugh at My Pain
Ed Helms
Comic
24-Jan-1974   The Daily Show
Eddie Murphy
Comic
3-Apr-1961   Beverly Hills Cop
Miguel A. Núñez, Jr.
Actor
11-Aug-1964   Marcus Taylor on Tour of Duty
Mike O'Malley
Actor
31-Oct-1969   Jimmy Hughes on Yes, Dear
Paul Scheer
Actor
31-Jan-1976   Andre on The League, Human Giant
Jim Turner
Actor
1952   Kirby on Arli$$, Randee of the Redwoods
Gabrielle Union
Actor
29-Oct-1972   Night Stalker

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