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The Death of Hollywood (2009)

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A disgruntled screenwriter kidnaps the sleazy Hollywood producer that stole his material and switches identities with him, attempting to change the face of corporate cinema forever.

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Blake Fitzpatrick
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Philip Denver ... Joe King / Harry Goldsman
Seth Correa ... Boris Mishken
Joe Estevez ... Graham Samuels
Sharon Marie Wright Sharon Marie Wright ... Christine Campbell (as Sharon Wright)
Cameron Haines ... Jeff Mannings
Kelli Hahn ... Ruthann Goldsman
Sophia Tolentino ... Natasha Mishken
Steve Williams ... Novelty Store Clerk
Rina Mehta ... Sloan
Rich Zvosec ... Insurance Boss
Denise Carroll Denise Carroll ... Mary King
Brian Foreman ... Liquor Store Manager
Scott E. Thomas ... Photo Shop Manager
Jessica C. Thomas ... Photo Shop Clerk
Miles Tetris Schasteen ... Carl the Redneck Barfly
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A disgruntled screenwriter kidnaps the sleazy Hollywood producer that stole his material and switches identities with him, attempting to change the face of corporate cinema forever.

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It's About Time

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Comedy | Crime | Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

27 December 2009 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Glendale, California, USA See more »

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Monumental Pictures See more »
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2.35 : 1
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Screenwriter Blake Fitzpatrick used his experience dealing with Warner Brothers over his "I Am Legend" screenplay as a springboard for the concept of the film. See more »

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Joe Estevez sees the writhing,gurgling underside of Movieville !
10 December 2009 | by guestar57See all my reviews

Very unique angle and one that Joe Eszterhas should have employed when that whole "Im bigger than my scripts problem came down". With some un-credited help from Chris Watson,Fitzpatrick delivers a noir-type who dunnit. Christ,We even have a 'doppelganger',Look that up 'ya geeks ! Locations,If not mistaken does'nt happen any state near Hollyweird. Actually all the characters are well developed,Especially JOE KING (great running gag with name 'Joking'),Almost has a "Anthony Perkins" aka Original 'Psycho' look…Maybe Ed Neal from Original 'Texas Chainsaw Massacre'. The soundtrack is really good and could take on a life of its own.


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