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Bubble Boy (23-Aug-2001)

Director: Blair Hayes

Writers: Ken Daurio; Cinco Paul

Keywords: Comedy, Controversial, Road Trip

A young man born without an immune system mounts a desperate effort to win the heart of his childhood love.

ABSTRACT
Jimmy Livingston is a young man without an immune system, an unfortunate condition forcing him to live inside a plastic bubble earning him the nickname "Bubble Boy". A new girl in Jimmy's town, Chloe, catches his eye; though they become friends and build a long-lasting connection, it is interrupted by her decision to marry the mean-spirited Mark, forcing Jimmy to travel to Niagara Falls in a homemade mobile bubble to win her heart.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Geoffrey Arend
Actor
28-Feb-1978   Ethan Gross on Body of Proof
Fabio
Model
15-Mar-1959   Can't believe it's not butter
Leo Fitzpatrick
Actor
10-Aug-1978   Kids and Storytelling
Zach Galifianakis
Actor
1-Oct-1969   The Hangover
Brian George
Actor
13-Jul-1952   Character and voice actor
Jake Gyllenhaal
Actor
19-Dec-1980   Donnie Darko
Stacy Keibler
Wrestling
14-Oct-1979   WWE and WCW wrestler
Swoosie Kurtz
Actor
6-Sep-1944   A Shock to the System
John Carroll Lynch
Actor
1-Aug-1963   The Drew Carey Show
Matthew McGrory
Actor
17-May-1973 9-Aug-2005 Big Fish
Marley Shelton
Actor
12-Apr-1974   Sin City
Stephen Spinella
Actor
11-Oct-1956   Love! Valour! Compassion!
Danny Trejo
Actor
16-May-1944   Ex-con turned character actor
Verne Troyer
Actor
1-Jan-1969   Mini-Me

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