Pirate's Code: The Adventures of Mickey Matson

Synopsis: Heroes Mickey and his best friend, Sully, are forced to take on a mission to save our country from the evil plans of Admiral Ironsides. The Admiral and his motley crew of modern day pirates have taken control of a large merchant ship with plans of deploying a new type of weapon that could destroy every electronic device on Earth. If Ironsides succeeds, it could be the end of the world as we know it.
Genre: Family
91 min


Why you wake me up for?


Why you lyin' on the floor

like a road-kill possum?

Oh, I was--

Ooh, it's an earthquake.

That ain't no earthquake,

you uneducated rube.

[metal clanking

[boat engine running

It's Billy Lee.

He's bustin' us out.

Hey, come on now.

I am first!

Why you first?

Because I'm prettier.


Dagnabit, that is your fault.

Why is it my fault?


You ain't gonna fit

through that hole.

You eatin' them grits

and cornbread.

Come on, push harden

You ain't tryin' hard enough.

Hurry before someone

sees us now.

Let me go!


Wait, don't!


Baby brother!

You got some nerve!


You need a hand there,


Who are you'?


...Billy Lee.

I ain't Billy Lee.

Bobby Lee?

What are you

doing here, my boy?

I took Billy Lee's place

for a bit.

He said he had to work out

something with the missus.

Guards hadn't even noticed.

He should be back

any day now.

Wait a minute.

Aren't you Uncle Joey?

Didn't you hear, boys?

Joseph Lee was killed

by a pirate.

The name's Admiral Ironsides.

Welcome to my crew.

Mickey Maison,

journal entry 1128.

It's been 536 days

since I've had contact

with any breathing member

of the Secret Order

of the Patriot,

and that would make it

approximately 550 days

since Sully and I stopped

the Copperheads

from overthrowing the country

or whatever it was

they were planning on doing.

I mean, see?

That's what happens

when you've been

out of the stopping-bad-guys

game for as long as we have.

You forget the details,

and looks like we've

been forgotten, too,

'cause not a word,

not a peep,

not even a card

on my birthday.

You figure if someone thinks

you're good enough

to be knighted into atop-secret

government organization

you're special,

but 1 guess

Pm just average.

Well, this is Mickey Matson

signing off,

bored, as usual.

Sorry, Gramps.

Not a lot of time today,

late for school.

Just one thing I don't get.

Why'd you get me involved with

the Secret Order of the Patriot

if they don't even

need me or want me?

Just give me a hint.

Put a word in with the boss

up there, however that works.

I'd appreciate it.


What are you doing here,

country boy?


Ah, you punched me

in the face.

You kicked me

in the shin.

Yeah, what hurts worse?

The face or the shin?

You tell me.


You two through

horsin' around yet?


Get in the Jeep.

You 're lucky she broke it up.

How are you,

Sully girl?

Good to see you,

too, Mic key.

What's it been,

about a year now, right?

Try a year and a half.

Mickey, the order knows

you've been very patient.

Here, put these on.

What for?

Just followin' the rules.

Where do you think

we 're going?

Not sure, but it

must be pretty serious

with an this

cloak-and-dagger business.

Yeah, Grams,

where are you taking us?

Should I have

packed an overnight bag?

Hey, Sully,

keep the lid on.

What are you tryin' to do,

get me in trouble?

I would've at least

brought some bug spray.

What's going on?

You two stay put.

Why do I have

a bad feeling about this?

Welcome to SOP

armed security checkpoint.

Retina! scanner activated.

Please align one eye

to center of screen.

Ab normality detected.

Dang cataracts.

SENT-i activated.

Please enter access code.

Hey did you hear something?

Grams, what's goin' on?

Access code denied.

For the love,

what is she doing?

Please enter access code.

Uh, Grams, I'm not sure

you're supposed to be

touching that thing.


Targeting intruders.

Nice robot.

Final attempt.

Guys, you better hurry.

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Harold Cronk

Harold David Cronk (born October 27, 1973) is an American writer, director, producer and founding partner in 10 West Studios and EMC Productions. Cronk won the Best Director award at the Beverly Hills International Film Festival in 2006. more…

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