Just when you thought you had reached Tolkien overload, along comes an adaptation like none you've ever seen... a docu-comedy. The story chronicles writer/director/actor, Arthur Krize's (... See full summary »
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Emma Rayne Lyle
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Penelope Ann Miller,
In this non- stop hilarious ride we follow a struggling Movie Studio that is willing to do anything to make a buck even if it means ruining its reputation, and running the Movie Industry into the ground. This film has everything that an audience wants from a LAUGH OUT LOUD COMEDY by taking a no-holds barred attack on the Spoof Genre from Blockbuster Action movies to Dramas and Documentaries to Popular Television shows. Written by
When you switch on "Not Another, Not Another Movie", you will mistake it as being one of those films that has been made on a Low Budget - Don't. Because "Not Another, Not Another Movie" is one of the "Pulp Comedy Parody's" that has surpassed the normal and somewhat climactic forms of Funny used in other such films as "Scary Movie" and "Going Postal" in reference to the present.
It has its dull moments, obviously- as in many movies today - while in a heartbeat it brings in the clowns...cue Michael Madsen, Chevy Chase and Vinnie Jones.
Filled with numerous twists and turns that keep hold of the ball there are some points of the movie where the Americanized humour cuts through the dialogue like sandpaper through jelly, while the almost Pulp Comedy improvisation that makes the creation of this "Spoof Parody" hits the high notes in some of those most unlikeliest of places.
While the person stood next to you in the queue at the local Supermarket stares down at the BluRay or DVD box cover wondering whether to ask you if the movie you are holding is any good, you can certainly tell them from those who have seen it that the answer to these three most important questions are:
Is this film funny? This film is very funny.
Has this film got what it takes? Most definitely.
Should this film be rented out? Absolutely.
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