"Half Moon" tells the story of a city gripped with fear because of a man killing prostitutes. When down on her luck prostitute Rose (Shellie Chapman aka Tori Black) goes to a hotel to meet ... See full summary »
Torey D. Sutton
The life of two desperate Swiss Expats who try to write their first script turns up side down when they discover a dead body on the street. Will they achieve to finish the script on time, ... See full summary »
Driven to rage over the tawdry excesses of reality television, a self-appointed cultural crusader kidnaps several very famous nobodies to make his point- but his crimes only generate more tabloid frenzy.
When Shane (Mike Hatton) inherits a gentleman's club from his estranged uncle, he leaves his Midwestern home for Los Angeles. Run by a booze hound (Dave Foley) and employing a dozen out of ... See full summary »
Offering only the finest amenities, the 'TITAN 1C' space-cruiser is considered the most luxurious star-liner ever built. However, a sudden meteor storm smashes into the hull, and a deadly ... See full summary »
Two of Compton's Finest, Det. Blackman and Det. Vargas are on the hunt for Columbian drug lord Silk Delgado who is flooding the streets of Compton's with the world's most deadliest drug called "The Devils's Breath".
Jack Justice (Tommy "Tiny" Lister) is an LAPD cop, who is suspended from the police force due to his reckless actions while fighting crime. Jack travels to a Texas border town and teaches ... See full summary »
Tommy 'Tiny' Lister,
Further proof of the decline of the spoof (hey, that rhymes)
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Charlie Sheen has decided that Justin Bieber is, in fact, his biological son, and so rounds up a group of celebrity pals, including Angelina Jolie, Robert De Niro, Donald Trump, Brad Pitt and George Clooney, to corner him at a gig in Las Vegas. Meanwhile, Sheen must contend with his former squeeze Paris Hilton being on the arm of smooth crooner Usher among other things.
The excess of the 1980s provided a great time for the spoof genre, where the pomposity and overblown nature of everything led to a climate ripe for satire, where the likes of Pat Proft and Jerry Zucker could generate the fun out of anything. Somehow, the generations that followed never managed to match the quality of it, and Not Another Celebrity Movie is the latest (un)shining example of it. So confident did the distributors appear, that it has taken three years to arrive direct to DVD on these shores.
A plot less, incoherent shambles, looking so cheap and low budget your average student production could maybe look more convincing, this wouldn't be so bad if only it could compensate with an abundance of laughs, but, like everything else, they're not on the front pages. *
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