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Osmosis Jones

Osmosis Jones
Osmosis Jones

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91 minutes


Action and Adventure, Animation, Comedy, Crime, Family, Science Fiction and Fantasy




Frank is a single dad and lazy zookeeper who, unfortunately for him, has recently eaten an egg carrying a deadly and ambitious virus. Inside his body - or the City of Frank as its inhabitants know it - a white blood cell cop, Osmosis Jones, disobeys orders from his boss and tries to take on the virus. On his way, he will meet other cells, and even team up with a cold pill, in an attempt to save Frank. This wild and original comedy, combining live action (outside Frank's body) and animation (inside the body), is also teeming with easy-to-understand science and acts as a fun example of showing how medicine works on human beings.

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