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Originally scheduled for release in December 2012 and then in the Summer of 2013, it seemed as though James Rolfe’s Angry Video Game Nerd: The Movie was never going to see the light of day. However, in a video posted at his website Cinemassacre.com, Rolfe announced that the movie would premier at Grauman’s Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood on July 21st 2014.
The movie will also be shown over the weekend at San Diego Comic-Con and around North America before it gets distributed world wide as VOD, DVD and Blu-Ray.
The Angry Video Game Nerd is the creation of filmmaker James Rolfe who started out life in 2004 as The Angry Nintendo Nerd who was reliving the frustrating days of his youth by playing terrible games for the Nintendo Entertainment System. The character has since grown and has produced over 100 videos over the last decade. A movie was announced a few years »
- Luke Owen
“Hollywood Seagull” updates Chekhov’s play by turning it into a tepid soap opera set in a gated clifftop Malibu compound inhabited by a bitter ex-movie star, her family and associates. This long-aborning first feature from director Michael Guinzburg comes off as a bit of a vanity showcase for his muse, co-scenarist, producer and star, Lara Romanoff, but the results are less than enchanting. After several years in the editing room (it was shot in 2009), the pic opened Dec. 27 at the Downtown Independent in Los Angeles, with further exposure likely to be an uphill struggle.
Villa Francesca is the oceanfront abode inhabited by retired judge Bruce (Biff McGuire), who named it after his late wife. A temporary resident is Bruce’s unhappy grandson Travis (Will Poston), an aspiring film director at odds with his unsupportive, bitchy mother, Irene Del Mar (Barbara Williams), who’s aged out of her erstwhile screen »
- Dennis Harvey
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