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John King III,
Struggling hippie independent filmmaker Mick gets his big break after he finds out that his girlfriend Marlene's father Burt is a movie producer. Unbeknown to Mick, Burt only specializes in porno pictures. Mick cranks out a cruddy science fiction stinker in three days for Burt, who demands countless changes and has a hard time figuring out how to distribute Mick's lousy movie. Written by
I bought this because I've been a fan of "The Groove Tube" and similar movies like TunnelVision (I have a 35mm print of that!) and Kentucky Fried Movie, and the DVD cover claimed it was of that genre- the title Boogie Vision just about guaranteed it'd be a great movie also. Well, I just watched it and was a bit disappointed- it's more a conventional narrative about the guy making the movie, then a few random things are just thrown in (5-second news updates, a few commercials and a couple promos for phony TV shows) just to pad the running time. The animation at the beginning is pretty cool though and must have cost more money than anything else in the movie.
Recommended only if you have to see every movie made in the 70s, or just a fan of bad and/or weird movies in general.
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