Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|The Audience Strikes Back|
Actors: Andy McCone, Brittany Quist, Carol De Salles, Dan Heinrich, Danielle Reierson
Director: Patrick Beacham
Genres: Comedy, Drama
Imagine that you have just seen The Revenge of the Sith and are leaving the movie theater. A man approaches he s holding a microphone. We re here shooting a documentary. Would you care to express your opinion about Revenge... more »
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Can you take back stars on a review?
The Sage | California USA | 07/30/2008
(1 out of 5 stars)
"Awful. Painful. A complete waste of my time.
This is sold as if a bunch of movie-goers get picked to talk about the latest Star Wars film and then it morphs into something else. If that were the case it may have turned out to be a good movie.
This was a scripted, poorly acted indie that used every cliche and sterotype available simply for some kind of shock value. The acting was poor quality and the people couldn't even deliver their punchlines with conviction.
Skip this movie. It's ghastly."
STAR WARS meets TWELVE ANGRY MEN - Cool!
PAULG | 03/29/2008
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Interesting Indie film effort that intelligently weaves STAR WARS into an open commentary on society and real life as we humans know it. STAR WARS for many was and maybe is a pivotal pop cultural event and certainly can be interpreted in many ways which this film sets out to do. Though the actors are unknowns the words are the real star here. The enigmatic Barista supervises (and serves delicious lattes!) over the assembled and chosen few who open up as the film progresses and reveal many surprises along the way as strangers do once they become familiar with their surroundings. Perhaps they open up too much since they know they'll never see these strangers probably ever again. For the audience though it creates a more engaging experience. This is a low budget film way more entertaining than 20 big studio big budget bore fests with little on the brain.
The film opens with real and funny interviews of a typical crazed STAR WARS attired crowd at a theater in Seattle during the release of REVENGE OF THE SITH back in May of 2005 to set the stage. From many walks of life march those into the theater who hear the STAR WARS drumbeat regardless of race, religion or politics. George Lucas space opera has held the world enthralled since 1977 and his vision gives rise and meaning to important smaller films like this one."