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Ultimate Reality (2010)

| Comedy, Drama
Joe Morris dreamed of producing the ultimate reality TV contest -- one that would push people to their absolute limits. His creation -- a game called 'Isolation' -- involves placing ... See full summary »





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Cast overview, first billed only:
Barbara Winters ...
Katherine Thomas
Joe Giacobello ...
Joe Morris
Stacey Bartlebaugh-Gmys ...
Tammy Fenton
Randll Aaron Miyan ...
Pastor Ron Milton
Davis Curry ...
Ray Drummond
Minda Briley ...
April Starr (as Minda Fisher)
Erik Schark ...
Mr. G. - Radio Guy
Ina Block ...
Emma Drummond
Norm Wash ...
Mr. Brighton
Taylor Culbertson ...
Sharika Jenkins ...
Shannon Curry ...
Cindy Drummond
Sarrah Carleton ...
Girl in Isolation
Donald Ribarchak ...
Isolation Guard


Joe Morris dreamed of producing the ultimate reality TV contest -- one that would push people to their absolute limits. His creation -- a game called 'Isolation' -- involves placing contestants in an empty room where they sit, alone, and do nothing. The show, which becomes a worldwide sensation, includes ten offbeat contestants who sit for years, in hopes of winning the ten million dollar prize. In a society of endless distractions such as cell phones, instant messaging and video games, Ultimate Reality asks the ultimate question -- how long could you survive in complete and total 'isolation'? Written by Anonymous

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Tune in and turn on --- to the craziest contest ever to sweep the heart of America! See more »


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For one key scene, the director made the decision to use a live mouse. He purchased it at a pet shop the night before the shoot. At one point, the rodent got loose, cast and crew ended up chasing a mouse around the set, knocking over lights and cameras. In the end, they got the shot, and the mouse was returned to the pet shop. See more »

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A funny spoof on reality TV shows taken to the max
18 March 2012 | by See all my reviews

For a no-budget work this opus made in Pittsburgh, Pa and its environs appears as professional as much of the dreck coming out of major studios, yet it is hilarious in its takes on the modern phenomenon of reality TV. Without getting into spoilers and with the sole critical observation that the intro until the action begins is about 6 minutes too long, it is a delight to watch. Joe Giacobello/aka Joe Bello is the producer who comes up with the idea of an ultimate reality show involving a tontine-type prize of total social deprivation. Particularly memorable as "contestants" are the mad animal rightser and his mouse played straight with a near unabomber intensity by the actor Daniel I. Radakovich, and particularly the character played by the actor David Dietz IIIrd as a pastiche of all religious clichés without respect to sect or belief systems. As a sendup of sendups it is sheer camp genius. Mr. Bello/Giacobello is someone I look forward to seeing more production from and it is nice to see something other than more Zombies coming from Pittsburgh.(though those remain nice too:)).

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