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Project Greenlight 

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The second season of Matt Damon and Ben Affleck's movie making reality series goes a different route when it's two professionals realizing their vision on screen instead of just one: writer and director.

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The second season of Matt Damon and Ben Affleck's movie making reality series goes a different route when it's two professionals realizing their vision on screen instead of just one: writer and director.

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One writer. Two directors. One dream. See more »

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2 December 2001 (USA)  »

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$1,000,000 (estimated)
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The entire shoot schedule had to be rearranged following the casting of 'Shia LaBeouf' in the lead role as he had a prior commitments to publicize Holes (2003). See more »

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A bunch of white boys their chests.
19 January 2002 | by See all my reviews

Trying to make a low budget independent feature movie is always an interesting lesson in futility. It reminds of that line in "Body Heat" when William Hurt visits his client, Mickey Rourke in jail: "When you commit a crime, there are 50 ways to screw up. If you can think of 10 of them - you're a genius". Although this does give an interesting "behind the scenes" look at the complexities - the process is somewhat tainted by the fact a camera is ever present. What we are left with is a bunch of white boys beating themselves on the chest in a battle over self importance.


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