I was very lucky to catch this film with a couple of friends at the Newport Beach Movie Festival on my last trip to the states.
How good is it? It's great. It is one of the few movies that really made me laugh, although some people find it offensive. Emma Caulfield achieves, with honors, to portray a hilariously exaggerated version of herself in a successful attempt to mock the do gooder image that Hollywood artists try to sell. You don't have to be biased to enjoy this film because Emma's character in this movie is nothing like her "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" character.
If I get any luckier the film will come to Puerto Rico's next movie festival, or it may even be for sale some day. Oh, well, that's wishful thinking. But honestly, if you get the chance to see it don't hesitate, you won't regret it. It's a gem.
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