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Dalila Di Lazzaro
Jimmy Alto is an actor wannabe who stumbles into the role of a lifetime. He becomes a vigilante crime-fighter, aided by his sidekick William, who has suffered a head wound and has problems with short-term memory. Jimmy's vigilante alter ego soon becomes a media wonder--but Jimmy remains a total unknown and his long-suffering girl friend Lorraine is getting fed up with the whole situation. Written by
Le bien, le mal
by The Guru (as Keith Elam), M.C. Solaar (as MC Solaar) & Jimmy Jay
Performed by The Guru (as Guru) featuring M.C. Solaar (as MC Solaar)
Courtesy of Chrysalis Records, Inc., a division of ERG under license from CEMA Special Markets
MC Solaar performs courtesy of Polydor France See more »
I have never been to Hollywood California. But I have heard much of its demise. Jimmy Hollywood brilliantly shows not just the degeneration of a former golden town, but also provides a truly compelling performance as a mediocre, yet driven actor.
The sad part about this movie, is that people nowadays are not patient. They want everything in one big dose. Jimmy is slow to deliver in that sense, the movie takes its time. Those willing to wait, are very lucky. And those who are unwilling, miss a truly enjoyable experience.
See it. If you are perceptive and patient when it comes to movies. Otherwise, go see Titanic again.
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