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Hollywood.Con (2021)

An actor steals the identity of a producer, and is hurled into Hollywood's next Mayan film. In the jungle of Mexico she is mistaken as a member of a cartel.


Mika Boorem




Cast overview, first billed only:
Mika Boorem ... Mika Harms
Benjamin Boorem Benjamin Boorem ... Ben Harms
Herbert Russell ... Josh Lambley
Nino De Marco Nino De Marco ... Mayan Priest
Cody Kasch ... Marvin Lovejoy
Devin Ratray ... Andy Slimmick
Saxon Trainor ... James Worley
Robert Amico ... Joseph Worley
Tom Arnold ... El Jade
Paige Howard ... Veronica Lake
Preston Acuff ... Hector 'The Lawn Protector'
Chad Roberts ... El Jade's son
Brittany Underwood ... Jocelyn Reynolds
Leticia Alfaro Ibarra Leticia Alfaro Ibarra ... The Gypsy
Christopher T. Wood ... Morley Safer


An actor steals the identity of a producer, and is hurled into Hollywood's next Mayan film. In the jungle of Mexico she is mistaken as a member of a cartel.

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Comedic and informative about Guatemalan culture
26 May 2021 | by rannynmSee all my reviews

I like Hollywood.con because it is a comedic film that is very informative about Guatemalan culture. It contains a lot of funny scenes and is very entertaining.

This film starts off profiling a struggling actress living in Los Angeles. However, after an unexpected turn of events, the protagonist Mika (Mika Boorem) finds herself in Guatemala, working on her first ever producer job. Throughout her time there she experiences many ups and downs, and eventually finds herself. While in Guatemala, Mika and her team encounter some competition in making their film. They must work together to stay competitive, while learning how to respect the values of other cultures.

Something that I really like about this movie is how they include a mix of genres in one film. Not only is it comedic, but it is also mysterious. I love mysterious films and, including humor, makes it that much better. Another thing that I enjoyed are the fun little special effects that are included every so often. They have the right amount to create a fun dynamic, without making it become a live action film.

The message of this film is to always stay true to yourself, even during competitive times. This film does include some profanity.

I give Hollywood.con 3 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 12 to 18, plus adults. Reviewed by Mikella G., KIDS FIRST!

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