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LolliLove (2004)

Not Rated | | Comedy | 21 November 2004 (USA)
Mockumentary about a wealthy couple who set out to make a difference in the lives of homeless people by giving each of them a lollipop with a cheery slogan on the wrapper.


Jenna Fischer


Jenna Fischer (screenplay), Peter Alton (screenplay) | 1 more credit »

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Cast overview, first billed only:
James Gunn ... James Gunn
Jenna Fischer ... Jenna Gunn
Peter Alton ... Narrator (voice)
Sarah Sido ... Sarah Gold
Linda Cardellini ... Linda
Jason Segel ... Jason
Joan Blair ... Kathy Rohl
Larry Fitzgibbon Larry Fitzgibbon ... Larry Fitzgibbon
Michelle Gunn ... Michelle (as Michelle Martin)
Lloyd Kaufman ... Father Lloyd
Jennifer Eolin Jennifer Eolin ... Jennifer Eolin
Judy Greer ... Judy Martin
Christo Garcia ... Mike Tanaki
TeeJay Boyce TeeJay Boyce ... Ch. 7 Reporter
Shaka Taylor Shaka Taylor ... Offended Businessman


Mockumentary about a wealthy couple who set out to make a difference in the lives of homeless people by giving each of them a lollipop with a cheery slogan on the wrapper.

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Saving the World, One Sucker at a Time




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Release Date:

21 November 2004 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Леденец любви See more »

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Los Angeles, California, USA See more »


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$2,000 (estimated)
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James: [in a meeting with Larry] I have some of my artistic renderings over here. Here we go. This is what one of the lollipop covers would look like. The name of this particular piece is "You matter" - that's a phrase you heard back there. And, to you or I, this would maybe, well, that's a very interesting picture, there's something about it that's sort of touching, but to a homeless person, he looks at this, and now I don't want to get too intellectual on you, but this is like looking at a mirror of ...
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An unintelligent comedy
15 March 2018 | by karri2See all my reviews

So somebody thought it would be funny to make an hour-long mockumentary out of lollipops for the homeless.

The attempts at humor are very predictable and way too implausible and over the top in their real-world type documentary setting. And again, who thought it would be funny or even remotely interesting to follow the creation of a lollipop for the homeless? I also can't obviously understand why that would be a funny concept? I don't find anything edgy about thinking some rich people are so far gone that they'd do this, not even in the realm of parody, I can't understand it. This might be funny if somebody actually had done such lollipop campaign.

I didn't laugh once, I had just a bewildered look and felt second-hand embarrassment.

The camera work is bad, the picture quality is home video like, the aspect ratio is grandma's-TV.

By the way, a terrible lollipop/movie title.

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