The World's Best Jewish Action Star Premieres For Hanukkah '06

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Award-winning 9-minute short film about two movers who steal a female movie star's underwear stars Justin Walker from "Clueless", Jen Richey from "Scarecrow", Seth Landau from "Bryan Loves You" as Jewish action star Kiko Rosenberg and introducing the "new God of indie film" Scooter as himself.

Step aside, John McClane. Move over, Axel Foley. Don't make us laugh, Mordechai Jefferson Carver (aka The Hebrew Hammer). There's a new action star in town and he always defeats the bad guys, gets the girl and just happens to be Jewish.

Come view the award-winning short film "A.P.U.: Art, Pot and Underwear" that Film Threat awarded 4.5 out of 5 stars and calls "a look at Hollywood you're not likely to find anywhere else" and anoints lead actor Scooter "a new God of indie film", comparing the Scoot to Jeff Bridges in "The Big Lebowski". Does Scooter make off with Jewish action star Kiko Rosenberg's wife's panties? Tune in to the Exclusive movie link:

"A.P.U.: Art, Pot and Underwear" is presented by Landau Motion Pictures. This is an Exclusive engagement during Hanukkah month '06 only. "A.P.U." will next be seen as an extra on the "Take Out" DVD. The new black comedy "Take Out" is about a guy who eliminates fast food and stars Justin Walker, Daniel Roebuck ("The Fugitive") and Chase Masterson (Star Trek: DS9). Next up for Landau Motion Pictures is the much-talked about and controversial horror feature "Bryan Loves You" about the true story of a cult that takes over an AZ town, starring Tony Todd ("Candyman"), George Wendt (Cheers) and Tiffany Shepis ("Abominable"). "Bryan Loves You" is slated for a Halloween 2007 release. For more info on that crazy yet creative gang at Landau Motion Pictures, please visit .


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