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Morgan Freeman has one of the finest voices in cinema, which is why this parody of the star and his distinctive tone is so perfect. Actor, comedian and impressionist Josh Robert Thompson imagines what it would be like if Freeman became the voice of your car's Gps — and it's brilliant. Driving with the Gps version of Freeman is like having your own tour guide, dramatic voice-over narrator, and smart-ass (he calls the stalkery press cars "douchebuggies," for starters) all rolled into one. It's a lot more fun than Driving Miss Daisy, too. Thompson has a few other impressions posted on his YouTube page. His George Lucas (complete with epic neck fat) and Robert Downey Jr. impersonations are equally dead on — but we can see someone with an untrained...
- Alison Nastasi
It’s been four years since the release of John Lennon Biopic Nowhere Boy, and this film has absolutely nothing to do with that one. Nowhere Girl comes from writer/director Jed Rigney, in what will be his first feature length motion picture. Rigney has previously worked on documentaries, shorts, and TV series, but Nowhere Girl will be his leap into the world of lengthy narrative film making. The poster’s use of striking blues and greens certainly stands out, but with a simple plot description involving a broken-hearted guy meeting a girl that turns his life around, we’ll be waiting for a trailer to get a real sense of the movie’s tone. After all, that tagline sounds like it could take a darker angle.
Nowhere Girl’s post-production was funded using Kickstarter and raised over $17,000 out of a requested $12,000.
Nowhere Girl is yet to receive a release date. »
- Luke Ryan Baldock
2 items from 2013
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