An Alan Smithee Film: Burn Hollywood Burn

An Alan Smithee Film: Burn Hollywood Burn

When a rookie filmmaker with the unfortunate name Alan Smithee realizes he's an unwitting studio puppet, being forced to make a big-budget action film he knows is horrible, he steals the master reels and tries to make a deal.

When a rookie filmmaker with the unfortunate name Alan Smithee realizes he's an unwitting studio puppet, being forced to make a big-budget action film he knows is horrible, he steals the master reels and tries to make a deal. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Anthony J (es) wrote: It made me laugh and I liked to see Tommy Chong and Tim Thomerson make appearances in the film. However, It's a very poorly made film, The laughs I had were directed solely at the absurd dialogue throughout the course of the film. This is the type of film that makes everyone think pot smokers are stupid.

Matthew W (de) wrote: Not as funny. It was okay more a message movie then anything.

Justin O (ca) wrote: Rosie O'Donnell in leather should only appeal to lesbians who like fat ugly chicks in leather. This movie makes you wanna stab your eyes and private parts.

John C (ag) wrote: Worth a lot more credit than it got--even for those who aren't into country, "Pure Country" is a touching story of a tired musician seeking a change of scenery, George Strait shines in his prime. A childhood favorite of mine that makes me appreciate country for what it is.

Chris M (jp) wrote: Switched off after 10 Minutes...

Brian H (ru) wrote: Although not a clever as the first film, Oceans 13 is still an entertaining movie.

Yousif V (br) wrote: Just realized this is the prequel to Clear and Present Danger.

Allan C (ca) wrote: It's not a very good movie, but I have a soft spot for this film. I'm a huge Fred Ward fan, so it's alway fun to see him get a lead role. And as much as I hate it when white actors play ethnic roles, Joel Grey is terrific as Chiun, even if he it something of a stereotype. Ward and Grey make a great unexpectedly hilarious comedy team. The action, particularly the fight scene, are exciting and well done my veteran James Bond director Guy Hamilton. I've also always liked the Jerry Goldsmith like score by Craig Safan. However, for all these hit, there are also quite a few misses, primarily the weak main storyline of an evil defense contractor and unconvincing romantic tension between Ward and military whistleblower Kate Mulgrew. It's definitely a mixed bag, but there is enough good to make this worth watching. I've always thought this film deserves a cult following.

Gary G (ca) wrote: The time it took for me to watch this is time I will never get back! Worst fucking excuse for a movie.

Niklas R (de) wrote: Quite alright for being cheap action. + for originality, + for the turnaround from what looks like a completely hopeless situation for the main chararacter.

Scottt F (ru) wrote: The finest of Ford's three Cavalry films and one of his best. A high point for John Wayne.