In this first-of-its-kind crossover comedy, director Ben Popik brings together five comedy writers, and surprises them with a challenge: to each write fifteen pages of a movie, having read only the previous five pages of the script. They agree with one stipulation: If they write the movie, he has to make it. It's a comedy, a love story, a psycho-sexual thriller, and a supernatural adventure all in one. Meanwhile, documentary footage of the writing process provides an inside look into the often-hilarious creative process, as well as the group dynamics that make collaboration between friends difficult.
Writer:Raphael Bob-Waksberg, Joel Clark, Adam Conover, Chioke Nassor, Dave Segal
A first-of-its-kind comedy about five writers who are challenged to each write fifteen minutes of a movie, after having read only the previous five pages of the script. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Arseniy V (it) wrote: Minimal judgement, minimal pandering. Just life, flowing through this familiar neck of the woods - in a rather unfamiliar way. This walz-like flow, aptly balancing out the film's brutal coming-of-age backbone.
Miguel B (ag) wrote: zombie B type movie, too corny
Cheyenne (ag) wrote: Cillian Murphy is in it so I NEED 2 SEE IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Private U (es) wrote: Brought this for a squid inna da poud shop! A load of b*****s but my daughter loves it!!!!!! I personally wouldn't even give the ting one star!
Kelsey M (es) wrote: this sounds so much like No Reservations!!!! So I want to see it!!!
Jack B (us) wrote: Kruger vs Python, not as fun as it sounds, when I was young I loved it but the effects are cheesy and the plot unoriginal. It all wouldn't even matter, if the film were fun, not so much, although it still has a certain nostalgia value for me!
Linda M (au) wrote: Brilliant story telling!
Sarah F (au) wrote: i would like to see this
Emiliano R (nl) wrote: Lo interesante de este film, es ver coo se vivia la homosexualidad en la Alemania Oriental por los aos 80s. El resto, es un pelcula bastante floja con una trama bsica pero con algunos buenos momentos, sobre todo como indaga en el conflicto de su protagonista.
Knox M (de) wrote: I know it's a classic and I must say I did find it very funny in some places, even though I came out only mildly satisfied. A very well written film that people will be quoting for a long time, but I can't say I full heartedly recommend it.
Jeff M (nl) wrote: Just finished it and it has stood the test of time. In a way this movie was what was best about the early 70's but at the same time it made one think of the worst. I saw it originally in a theater when it came out an '71-'72 and unlike many other time-capsule type movies this one has held it's weight.
Chili D (ru) wrote: If you are a Griswold fan then watch this you'll still love it. If you're not then don't try it. You won't like it. It doesn't quite live up to its title but still fun.
J K (ca) wrote: Maybe the only Gary Cooper movie I have never seen, even though the novel is my all-time favorite Hemingway work.