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Haley Joel Osment
Fanalysis, a light-hearted documentary at what makes a fan a fan - and why. It is a cool glimpse into the world of Bruce Campbell, why he loves his fans, and how he approaches dedication that sometimes borders on insanity. Even if you don't know who Bruce Campbell is, it is a great film to see if you have ever been a fan of anything. Written by
This 26 minute short by Bruce Campbell on his thought of fandom is a bit insubstantial, a tad fluffy. But it's also funny at moments, while sad at others (why a gay men would ever confess his love to a heterosexual one is beyond me) It also provides interviews with some of the more fanatic fans. As well as interviews with Director Ted Ramimi and professional fat jackass Harry Knowles. The former is cool, the latter.. well I hate Knowles so I really didn't care for his segments. Doesn't ever reach the heights of "Trekkies", but for the most part it's entertaining, primarily because of Bruce Campbell himself.
My Grade: B
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