A young woman named Amber (Sariah Hopkin) is sent to live with her father (Ruel Brown) who she hasn't seen in over 10 years after suffering a car accident that takes the life of her mother.... See full summary »
Micah Dahl Anderson,
Hal Ashby's obsessive genius led to an unprecedented string of Oscar®-winning classics, including Harold and Maude, Shampoo and Being There. But as contemporaries Coppola, Scorsese and ... See full summary »
This is quite simply horrible. Some dude and I'm not really sure what his real name is yaps endlessly about how he makes hundreds of movies -- but he uses a camera. Not a movie camera, but a still camera!
The guy is totally filled with hubris. He's got an ego bigger than Orson Welles, but no talent to back it up.
Jack Black is barely in the film because the movie is really about the dude who made this garbage.
This is Ed Wood light.
It's really hard to sit thru the film. He's such a pretentious twerp. Move on
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