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Johnny Nys over 4 years ago
Great cast, decent story, good on-screen emotions. But a sudden ending, I wanted more.
Michael Cole over 4 years ago
Angry pond
Ana over 5 years ago
Matthew Bettencourt over 5 years ago
Amber-Lynn 6 years ago
kacy :+) over 6 years ago
Mellina V. 8 years ago
Richard Slater over 8 years ago
Deming R Oakleaf over 8 years ago
Josh Wiljanen over 8 years ago
Lara Pastelle over 8 years ago
Nile Rodman 9 years ago
Frankie Jackson over 9 years ago
Mean Creek is a 2004 independent film produced by Susan Johnson, Rick Rosenthal, and Hagai Shaham, written and directed by Jacob Aaron Estes and starring Rory Culkin and Josh Peck. The film concerns a group of teenagers and young adults who devise a plan to humiliate an overweight, troubled bully on a boating trip. The movie was filmed mostly in Clackamas County, Oregon, including the cities of Boring, Sandy, and Estacada, though footage on the river was filmed on the Lewis River in southwest Washington. The film premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in January 2004, and was later screened at the Cannes Film Festival that spring. The film was then given a limited release in major cities on August 20, 2004, mostly playing at art house theaters. The movie was filmed and set in a small town in Oregon. When small and shy Sam (Rory Culkin) admits to his older brother Rocky (Trevor Morgan) that the school bully, a dyslexic boy named George (Josh Peck) has hurt him, Rocky devises a plan to...
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