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    Syrup (film) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Syrup is a 2013 American comedy drama film directed by Aram Rappaport and based on the novel of the same name by Max Barry. Its video on demand release date was May 1, 2013, and its US theater release date was June 7, 2013.

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  2. Syrup (novel) - Wikipedia

    This article needs additional citations for verification. (August 2016) Syrup is a novel written by Max Barry under the pseudonym Maxx Barry, which satirizes consumerism and marketing techniques. It is Barry's debut novel, published in 1999, and adapted into the 2013 film Syrup.

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  4. Syrup | Literawiki | Fandom

    Syrup is a satirical novel by Maxx Barry. A film based on the novel was released in 2013. When a young marketing graduate named Scat comes up with an idea for a new product for Coca-Cola called 'Fukk', he goes to Coca-Cola to sell his idea for $3 million. Unfortunately, he learns that someone he knows named Sneaky Pete has already claimed the copyright! Scat then leaves his apartment with ...

  5. Syrup/Image Gallery | Pretty Cure Wiki | Fandom

    1 Profiles 2 Screenshots 2.1 Syrup 2.2 Amai Shiroh Add a photo to this gallery Add a photo to this gallery Add a photo to this gallery

  6. Syrup | Pretty Cure Wiki | Fandom
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    Syrup is a tan feathered, bird-like fairy with green streaks on the sides of his head. He wears a red scarf around his neck. He has a partially white face with brown eyebrows and belly. He has yellow webbed feet. As Ama Shiroh, he is a boy with scruffy hair who sports an orange uniform with a brown shirt and red necktie, and carries a blue waist-bag. He wears trousers and brown shoes. He has a loose light brown belt around his hip.


    Initially, Syrup is distrusting and hostile, and holds a strong grudge against Coco for a while. Despite this, he spends time with the group although he constantly questions why he does. He is straightforward and hardworking, but loves eating pancakes and wants to eat as much as he can, hence why he starts working at the school.


    1. Kasugano Urara:Syrup was initially harsh towards Urara, but he gradually forms a bond with her after he learns to understand how much of a kindhearted and accepting person she is. 2. Yumehara Nozomi:He thought of Nozomi as weird when they first met, but befriended her after a while. Nozomi has sympathy for him when she realized he was lonely and is always there for him whenever he has those nightmares. 3. Coco and Natts:Syrup and the princes know each other but Syrup holds a grudge against...


    Syrup was raised by Flora ever since he was born. One day, Flora told Syrup to deliver a letter to Boss, but Anacondy attacked him which gave him amnesia. He tried staying at Palmier Kingdom but felt like a outlier and left. As he acted as Eternal's delivery boy, he still dreamed of the garden until he met the Cures.

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    Syrup first meets Nozomi when she is trying to deliver a letter to Coco. After getting Flora's message and promising to help, Nozomi asks Syrup if he can deliver the letter, but he refuses since he does not like Coco. Suddenly Scorp shows up and tries to take the Rose Pact, and in the mess that ensues, Syrup's airplane form and mascot form are revealed.YPC5GG01

    Betraying the Cures and Being Forgiven

    Syrup, holding a strong grudge against Coco, who once had promised to help him but was unable to, asks in the episode 23if Coco is just going to rely on others to help him figure out how to strengthen the crown. He runs off, and is later tempted by Anacondy to steal the Rose Pact. She says that just giving it to Eternal would stop them from hurting Pretty Cure since they can destroy them easily anytime. Later at Natt's House, Syrup asks for the Rose Pact and Nozomi gives it to him with a smil...

    Amai Shiroh(甘井シロー, Amai Shirō?)is Syrup's human alias which he uses when in public to move around freely. After accidentally revealing himself at Pretty Cure's school, he starts to work at the lunch cafe in exchange for eating whatever he wishes for.

    Syrup's voice actress, Park Romi, has participated in an image song for the character she voices. 1. Syrup's Drop

    Syrup is the first mascot who can do two transformations with his own powers, followed by Pop, who can do much more.
    The hostile way Syrup behaves at first is slightly similar to Natts's, except he is being distrusting and awkward in a different way.
    His color motif is the colors of syrup.
    Syrup has a similar design to Natsuki Yu.
  7. Sleep Syrup | The Hunger Games Wiki | Fandom

    Sleep syrup is a form of medicine used in Panem. As its name suggests, the syrup works as an anesthetic, sedating patients so that their injuries can be more easily attended to. Sleep syrup has a distinctively sweet taste and is relatively cheap compared to other medicines, but is also highly addictive1 (somewhat similar to many real-life pain medications). It also helps on sleepless nights ...

  8. Canewood Beverage | X-Men Movies Wiki | Fandom

    Canewood Beverage was a Corn Product Refining Company operating in the 2020s. They were known to produce a popular form of Corn Syrup, created using genetically modified Corn. It was noted as being addictive, as people drank it to get a buzz. Unbeknownst to the general public however, Canewood and companies like it had dealings with organisations like Alkali-Transigen, which involved the ...

  9. Elf (2003) | Christmas Specials Wiki | Fandom
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    The device for this film is a storybook which opens up at the start of the prologue by the wind, and closes at "THE END" by Leon the Snowman, which winks his eye before iris out to black. In the prologue, Papa Elfgreets the audience with a mention of three jobs to elf kind, making shoes for a cobbler (which is tiresome), baking cookies in a tree (resulting in a Meanfire), and most of all, building toys in Santa's workshop. On Papa's description, the story begins. On Christmas Eve 1972, while Santa Claus is delivering toys to an orphanage, a baby named William crawls into Santa's sack of toys after being captivated by the sight of a teddy bear and is unwittingly taken back to the North Pole, where he is renamed Buddy because he is wearing "Little Buddy Diapers". Over the next three decades, Papa raises Buddy as an elf worker, but his enormous size and poor toy-making abilities prove to be a hassle to the other elves. After Buddy overhears two elves discussing him being a human, he go...

    The soundtrack album, released by New Line Records, also included "Jingle Bells", performed by Jim Reeves.

    A small store in Maine received a licensing fee from the producers after it was learned that they had owned the then-abandoned "Gimbel's" name.
    Much of the filming took place in New York City, with the exception of the exterior scenes for Gimbel's, which were done in Vancouver.
    Director Jon Favreau makes a cameo appearance in the film as the Hobbs' family doctor.
    Jim Carrey was originally cast to portray Buddy, but he passed on it, giving Will Ferrell his Hollywood breakthrough role after originally starring on Saturday Night Live.

    The film was released on DVD and VHS on November 16, 2004, on UMD for the PlayStation Portableon October 4, 2005, and on Blu-ray on October 28, 2008. A Collector's Edition Blu-ray and DVD was released on October 26, 2010. A 10th Anniversary Edition Blu-ray combo pack was released on November 5, 2013. In addition to the film's own individual releases, the DVD was also included in Warner Home Video's Christmas Comedy Collection box set, alongside A Christmas Story and National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation, in 2007. Two years later, it was then packaged in the Holiday Comedy Collection, along with Christmas Vacation and Fred Claus. The Blu-ray was also released as part of the Essential Holiday Collection Blu-ray set, which also included the Blu-rays of A Christmas Story, Christmas Vacation, and The Polar Express.

    On November 14, 2010, a stage musical version of the film opened at the Al Hirschfeld Theatre on Broadway. It was directed by Casey Nicholaw, with music by Matthew Sklar, lyrics by Chad Beguelin, and a book by Bob Martin and Thomas Meehan. The cast included Sebastian Arcelus as Buddy, Amy Spanger as Jovie, Beth Leavel as Emily, Mark Jacoby as Walter, Matthew Gumley as Michael, Valerie Wright as Deb, Michael McCormick as Mr. Greenway, Michael Mandell as the store manager, and George Wendt as Santa. It ran through to January 2, 2011. A stop-motion animated musical special, titled Elf: Buddy's Musical Christmas and starring Jim Parsons as Buddy, premiered on NBCon December 16, 2014.

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    1. January 8 - Captain Sparky vs. The Flying Saucers 2. June 21 - The Blue Umbrella 3. August 9 - Croissant de Triomphe 4. November 27 - Get A Horse!

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