Former CAA power broker, Michael Ovitz is probably very sorry he ever decided to do that Vanity Fair interview. "My Dinner With Ovitz" is a pithy, yet epicurean tale of broken dreams, ... See full summary »

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Former CAA power broker, Michael Ovitz is probably very sorry he ever decided to do that Vanity Fair interview. "My Dinner With Ovitz" is a pithy, yet epicurean tale of broken dreams, broken Hollywood power brokers (and broken knees). Lesson to be learned: Never, never mess with "The Gay Mafia!" Written by Thee Other Steve Young

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7 October 2002 (USA)  »

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Slow, but an inventive spoof. A must-see if you're in the biz.
15 December 2002 | by (Hollywood, CA) – See all my reviews

Great subject matter, creatively spoofing "The Godfather." It all stems from Michael Ovitz' fall from grace, and the co-chairmanship of Disney, all of which he blamed on others. But the production itself isn't what's great. The idea of the short is better than it's execution. The acting and pace needed a jolt. And it would have been nice if the actors had also tried to do a bit more to impersonate the people they were portraying. But all in all, a good spoof short. Now why didn't I think of that?


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