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The Friggin' Mafia Movie (2001)

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Vance Gordon is a director making a mafia movie, despite setbacks like quitting actors, a cinematographer who has not read the script and a crew member thinking he would be better in the ... See full summary »

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Shawn Flanagan

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Shawn Flanagan
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Richard Lynch ... Himself
Shawn Flanagan ... Vance Gordon
Rich Amooi Rich Amooi ... Chicago
Dan L. Connolly Dan L. Connolly ... Dan
Irit Levi Irit Levi ... Script Supervisor
Sean O'Kane Sean O'Kane ... Dartanian Pinkwater
Anthony Santucci Anthony Santucci
Chris Paul Catalano Chris Paul Catalano ... Aydee
William King Appel William King Appel ... Tony #2
Johnny Dixon Johnny Dixon ... D.P. Rico
Kevin Gaunt Kevin Gaunt ... Green Leprechaun Guy
Tim Hendrixson Tim Hendrixson ... Grant
Carlos Jimenez Carlos Jimenez ... Carlos
Jivani Jordan Jivani Jordan ... Tough Guy #2
Sally Kite Sally Kite ... Wardrobe Girl
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Vance Gordon is a director making a mafia movie, despite setbacks like quitting actors, a cinematographer who has not read the script and a crew member thinking he would be better in the director's chair. Oh, did we mention that the craft services dude, Chicago, ends up playing the lead? But his role is perhaps short-lived unless he can save the film crew, who has been taken hostage by Hollywood superstar Richard Lynch. Can Chicago save the day? Perhaps, if he does what any good actor does. He must improvise. Written by Al Owens

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USA

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English

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Ultimate amalgam of archetypal generic conventions...
15 April 2005 | by chrisproducesSee all my reviews

Today considered by film theorists in academia as the ultimate amalgam of archetypal generic conventions iconic to both the self-reflexive and stereotypical Film Noir mob film genres displaced from the usual urban, east-coast setting onto the pastoral, suburban setting of the San Jose Office Park, The Friggin' Mafia Movie challenges audiences with a plethora of intellectual quandaries culminating in an ultimately everlasting edification unparalleled since the Three Stooges' Disorder in The Court (USA 1936). Lead artfully by character player Richard Lynch as an embittered, comedic version of himself, a group of disgruntled actors cease control of production on an "ultra-cheapie", mob feature film only to save mankind from the film itself. This Film is a Party unto itself!


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