Three Inches

Synopsis: This is the story of Walter Spackman (Noah Reid), a young man who is struck by lightning. When he recovers he realizes he has acquired a telekinetic power that lets him move objects up to three inches (nearly eight centimeters). He will soon be recruited by Troy Hamilton (James Marsters) who runs a kind of superhero team, training their power and performing various missions.
Genre: Action, Drama, Sci-Fi
Director(s): Jace Alexander
Production: Syfy
  1 nomination.
87 min

or because

there's a written manual.

I'll be good at it because

that's why my heart was made.

I love you the first day

you moved in next door.

I loved you 7th grade

when you wore that same

"Dexter's laboratory"

t-shirt for a year.

I loved you in high school

when you dated Bruce Butterworth

and didn't hang out

like we used to.

I loved you when you went

away to change the world.

I love you now even more

than all those other times.

It's the best thing I do.

I never told you this

'cause I was afraid

of what you'd think.

But if I never told you,

how would you know?

I'm not afraid anymore.

It's important to me

that you know

and now you do.

The end.

[ Chuckles nervously ]

[ Thunder rumbles in distance ]

That's the most beautiful thing

anybody's ever said to me.

[ Chuckling ] I practiced

in my spare time.

[ Chuckles ]



[ Sighs ]

When I'm away on a project

or in another country,

or maybe something that feels

like this amazing adventure,

you're the first person I want

to call and tell about it...

Because you're my best friend.

And I know that what you said

was really hard

and brave and important.

[ Voice breaking ] I don't feel

the same way you do.

I wish that I did.

Are you okay?

I'm fine, thanks.

Would it be better if I pretended

like this never happened?

You can remember if you want

I'm pretty sure I will.

[ Thunder rumbling ]

Maybe this is the kind of thing

that will make

our friendship stronger...

You know, more durable.

Spun polyester is very durable.

The open weave

reduces fabric stress.

Come on, Walter!

Come on!

I think I'm just gonna sit here

for a little while

if you don't mind.

- I don't think it's such a good idea.

- Go away!


Coming to hold you close

[ Thunder crash ]

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