A documentary about Menahem Golan and Yoram Globus - two movie-obsessed cousins whose passion for cinema changed the way movies were made and marketed - and the tale of how this passion ultimately led to the demise of the company they built together.
At Cannon Films, 52 movies a year just wasn't enough...
Motion Picture Rating
Rated R for strong sexual content, graphic nudity, violence including rape, language and some drug use
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Did You Know?
Amongst those featured interviews in the film, many have gone on to form their own production company together in the early 1990's after the fall of Cannon Films. The company was Nu Image which would later become Millennium Films in the 2000's and eventually become apart of Lionsgate Films who have gone on to produce films such as The Expendables trilogy, starring Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bruce Willis and others, Rambo also starring Stallone, Olympus Has Fallen starring Gerard Butler and Morgan Freeman, and The Black Dahlia starring Josh Hartnett and Scarlett Johansson among others. The former Cannon Group members that are apart of the company include Danny Dimbort, John Thompson, Boaz Davidson, Avi Lerner, and very briefly, Sam Firstenberg. See more
[Referring to the 1987 Cannon film "Masters of the Universe" in which he portrayed He-Man
I felt a little stupid doing it.
Written by Andy Scott
(as Andrea Scott), Steve Priest
(as Stephen Priest), Brian Connolly
, and Mick Tucker
(as Michael Tucker)
Sweet Publishing Ltd. See more