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Come Fly with Me Nude (2005)

Performance artists Dom Casual & Bella Hagen are caught in an existential schism between keeping it real in San Francisco or selling out in Hollywood in this story about art, berets, and finding your muse.

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Todd Pickering ...
Dom
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Sidney Burrows Jr. ...
Slide
Davina Cohen ...
Barbie
Sina Eiden ...
The Cow
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The Artist
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Dick
Christian B. Haines ...
Jesus
Mark Hardwicke ...
St. John Smythe
Nancy G. Heine ...
Sparkle
Diane Karagienakos ...
Bella
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Jo
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Linda - Art Dealer
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Pierre
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Jack
Cassie Powell ...
Ghyslaine
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Performance artists Dom Casual & Bella Hagen are caught in an existential schism between keeping it real in San Francisco or selling out in Hollywood in this story about art, berets, and finding your muse.

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A story about art, berets, and finding your muse.

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5 November 2005 (USA)  »

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Come fly with this DVD straight to the garbage bin
12 May 2015 | by See all my reviews

We found a copy of this on the street. The uninspired title and garish box art clearly warned us that, no, most likely this is not the next Wiseau-esque gem waiting to be unearthed by young people with taste and disposable income, but in fact a convenient storage container-in-waiting for some homeless guy's collection of twisty ties and dog fur - as soon as it is relieved of its burdensome disc- shaped content by some smegma-nosed aqualung. However, being the consummate optimists we are, we picked it up anyway: no stone left un-turned in our effort to bear witness, and so forth.

To say that this is the worst movie I've ever seen is an insult to all superlatives everywhere. More accurately, this is just an incredibly generic and boring failed effort at bringing a story to life on screen. Just imagine watching The Room - but with all the elements that make it weird, unsettling, and hilarious sucked right out of it. It's like eating potato chips, but without the mounds of salt, fat, and sugar that make them palatable to humans.

There is an element of science fiction here - these people seem to live in an alternate reality where abstract interpretive mime dance performances don't empty out the open mic venue and can even land you TV show pilot deals. Perhaps the mimery is supposed to stand in as a metaphor for "good art" in lieu of the film's creators not having the slightest idea of what that could actually look like. Perhaps it is an attempt at humor. The entire film revolves around the male character convincing the female character to go to Hollywood with him, even though she doesn't want to sell out by abandoning her job as a street peddler and moving out of her mom's house. If only we were all blessed with such integrity! There are some other people thrown in too, in an attempt to establish some sort of a "scene" everyone is a part of.

I am sure I can spew forth about five more paragraphs of perfectly justified derision and loathing, but frankly I've wasted enough time thinking about these goons and the turd they laid on cinema's doorstep. Just remember folks, the two hours you will waste watching this film you will never get back, because you have inched two hours closer to your death. Go do something more productive instead - like loiter in an empty, windswept parking lot. Or count your toes over and over to make sure you didn't screw up any of the previous times.


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