New Suit (2005)
as Kevin Taylor
as Marianne Roxbury
as Muster Hansau
as Del Strontium
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Critic Reviews for New Suit
An acidic satire that transcends its one-joke premise to skewer, with a fair amount of accuracy and great, biting humor, the emptiness of so much contemporary moviemaking.
An enjoyable film that's nonetheless flawed.
Velle takes a high-concept script from Craig Sherman and makes an enjoyable -- if disappointingly shallow -- coming- of-age story set in Tinseltown.
An old story, The Emperor's New Clothes turned inside out, but screenwriter Craig Sherman and director Francois Velle have such fun with the material that it's completely contagious.
Audience Reviews for New Suit
Another satirical view of the everyday insanity of working within the Industry, slickly made New Suit adds no special insight to the subgenre.
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Entertaining because it is outlandish, and yet obviously false (hopefully I'm right about this). Keeping in mind that I am watching fiction allowed me to get a good laugh during the movie. Even though I'm not quite naive enough to think there can't be elements of truth to the story, the real Hollywood would be awfully depressing if this movie were a substantive representation of how the entire movie industry works. But, without knowing how Hollywood really works, I would still have to say the idea of this portrayal being true is laughable, which by the way, is literally what I did while watching it.
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