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In this heartwarming comedy, two filmmakers (Armen and Raffi), from Los Angeles, go to Armenia to shoot a feature length movie about a third generation American Armenian who goes to Yerevan... See full summary »
ToyMakerz embodies the modern definition of its title...unique toys for big boys. The eight part, one hour episodes are based on the life and creations of David Ankin, owner and proprietor of the company, ToyMakerz, Inc.
Took a punt on Sky. Script was a bit hit and miss, can't argue, but I read this film was made for 80 thousand pounds so I'm giving leeway.
Was hoping for more plane and war, to be honest. However, despite the poster mis sell I did find it fairly engrossing. 2 lead characters were good and the rest of the cast played there parts well. Undeserving of some of the criticism if you ask me, but I do understand the misgivings.
At least it's not a studio remake - and well done for getting it done and being brave enough to focus on the people.
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