The Shot Movie Review 1996

Information and Film Reviews for The Shot the Movie

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Shot in 14 days for $40,000 (and sometimes showing it), this independent release follows out-of-work actors Dern Reel (Bell) and Patrick St. Patrick (Rivkin) as they try to break into the movie business. The foil for the two sensitive artist-types is the shallow but successful director David Egoman. Offended by his brainless action movies, the duo decide to "kidnap" the only print of his latest epic. Although production values are low and the sound is a bit dicey, indie fans will probably like this depiction of Hollywood's shady side. Gained some publicity when ten reels of Kevin Spacey's "Albino Alligator" were swiped from an airport baggage claim shortly after its release.

Distribution

Plaza Entertainment, 304 N. Edinburgh, Los Angeles, CA 90048, Phone: (323)852-1800, Fax: (323)852-1808, Email: Plazaent1@aol.com

Available on VHS
Running time 84 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Showbiz Comedies, Behind the Scenes, Buddies, Cops, Hostage!, Adapted from a Play, L.A., Disorganized Crime
Screenplay
Dan Bell
Cast
Dan Bell, Michael Rivkin, Mo Gaffney, Michael DeLuise, Vincent Ward, Jack Kehler, Theodore (Ted) Raimi, Jude Horowitz
Cinematography
Alan Caudillo
Director
Dan Bell
Music
Dan Sonis
Other
Dana Carvey
Producer
Jude Horowitz, Sherrie Rose, Bread & Water Production

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