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Earth to Echo

After a construction project begins in their neighborhood, best friends Tuck (Brian ``Astro'' Bradley), Alex (Teo Halm) and Munch (Reese C. Hartwig) begin receiving strange, encoded messages on their cell phones. They immediately inform their parents and the authorities, but when no one takes them seriously, the youths decide to crack the code themselves and trace the messages to their source. The youths' curiosity leads them to a robotic extraterrestrial who desperately needs their help.
  • Genres: Adventure, Drama, Science fiction
  • Running Time: 91 minutes
  • Release Date: Wednesday, July 2, 2014
  • Country: United States
  • Language: English
  • MPAA Rating: PG [ Mild Language, Some Action/Peril ]
  • Starring: Brian ``Astro'' Bradley [Tuck], Teo Halm [Alex], Reese Hartwig [Munch], Ella Wahlestedt [Emma], Jason Gray-Stanford [Dr. Lawrence Madsen], Cassius Willis [Calvin], Drake Kemper [Mookie], Tiffany Espensen [Charlie], Mary Pat Gleason [Dusty], Sonya Leslie [Tuck's Mom], Myk Watford [Blake], Peter Mackenzie [Emma's Dad], Valerie Wildman [Emma's Mom]
  • Directed by: Dave Green [Director], Henry Gayden [Screenwriter], Ryan Kavanaugh [Producer], Andrew Panay [Producer], Tucker Tooley [Executive Producer], Ron Burkle [Executive Producer], Jason Colbeck [Executive Producer], Mark Johnson [Executive Producer], Robbie Brenner [Executive Producer], Jack Kavanaugh [Executive Producer], Maxime Alexandre [Cinematographer], Crispin Struthers [Film Editor], Carsten Kurpanek [Film Editor], Joseph Trapanese [Original Music], Kasra Farahani [Production Design], Richard Bloom [Art Director], Missy Parker [Set Decoration], Judianna Makovsky [Costume Designer], Randi Hiller [Casting], Tamara Notcutt [Casting]
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