Hijacking Hollywood Movie Review 1997

Information and Film Reviews for Hijacking Hollywood the Movie

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Modest Hollywood satire finds naive Kevin Conroy (Thomas) using family ties to land a menial job with distant relative Michael Lawrence (Metcalf), a tyrannical producer. Kevin's supervisor is the petty Russell (Thompson), who enjoys sending the kid on useless errands. Kevin's one important task is to pick up film rushes at the airport and he tells hustling roommate Tad (Mandt) that if someone took the dailies, a production could be held hostage. Naturally, Tad is all for the idea.

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Not Yet Released

Available on VHS, DVD
Running time 91 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Satire & Parody, Behind the Scenes, L.A.
Screenplay
Jim Rossow, Neil Mandt
Cast
Henry Thomas, Scott Thompson, Mark Metcalf, Paul Hewitt, Art LaFleur, Neil Mandt
Cinematography
Anton Floquet
Director
Neil Mandt
Producer
Neil Mandt, Broken Twig, Curb Entertainment

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