See This Movie (2006)

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Movie Info

The show business comedy See This Movie stars Saturday Night Live's Seth Meyers as Jake Barrymore, a wannabe director who pretends he has a finished film in order to network at the Montreal Film Festival. His loyal girlfriend and a couple of faithful associates help him maintain the charade for as long as possible.

Rating: R (for language, some drug use and sexuality)
Genre: Art House & International , Comedy , Drama
Directed By:
Written By: David M. Rosenthal , Joseph M. Smith
In Theaters:
On DVD: Feb 14, 2006
Runtime:
Illuminare Entertainment - Official Site

Cast


as Jake Barrymore

as Larry Finkelstein

as Martin Hughes

as Annie Nicole

as Samantha Brown

as Filmmaker

as Panel Moderator

as Panelist
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Critic Reviews for See This Movie

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... director David Rosenthal and his writing partner, Joseph M. Smith, simply don't come up with enough material to keep the laughs coming at a reasonable pace and never quite get a groove rolling.

Full Review… | January 26, 2006
L.A. Weekly
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Audience Reviews for See This Movie

One of those instances where the movie poster is more interesting than the actual movie, See This Movie bites the big one. The cast includes SNL head writer Seth Meyers, who belongs behind the Weekend Update desk where he can use his acerbic and bitter wit in the way that the moronic and plain scipt for this film couldn't touch. John Cho, always perfectly sardonic, plays a small part as a flilm producer underused, much like his role. Jessalyn Gilsig of Nip/Tuck and Glee fame puts on a lopsided French-Canadian accent while kissing every man she sees. The humor was benign, and uninspiring, while the concept merited a better written script. With the low budget of an indie flick I understand the need to make it semi-mockumentary, but this was a case of go big or go home, and the director couldn't choose between the two.

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