An Alan Smithee Film: Burn, Hollywood, Burn Reviews

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March 25, 2013
The level of humor could be called sophomoric, but that would insult most sophomores.
March 25, 2013
A comedy without laughs, an expose without point.
September 7, 2011
What turns the witlessness rancid is the way the movie is saturated in the very corruption it thinks it's ridiculing.
July 20, 2009
A crude, vulgar satire of Hollywood shallowness, insincerity and moral bankruptcy.
July 20, 2009
A caustic but under-funny "expose" of the venality of the motion picture business.
July 20, 2009
If you harbor an interest in watching so-called "industry smarts" autodestruct, this carries a certain morbid appeal, but that's about the extent of it.
February 3, 2009
Not even Stallone and Jackie Chan can save it..
May 26, 2006
It's unafraid of the consequences of its existence, and it's brutally nasty , offensive, and abrasive. In other words, the kind of comedy they used to make in the 70's before things became politically correct.
October 6, 2005
September 14, 2005
August 12, 2005
June 21, 2005
April 26, 2005
July 26, 2004
Skip it.
May 27, 2003
A desperate and disjointed farce that flops considerably. This satirical sabotage on the moviemaking industry is an incoherent and unfunny abomination
May 20, 2003
This jab at Hollywood seems close in subject matter to another title credited to Alan Smithee, Bloodsucking Pharaohs in Pittsburgh.
February 27, 2003
A very peculiar, abrasive comedy, but not without its merits.
February 24, 2003
February 3, 2003
Decent idea, extremely lousy execution. More talent has not gone to waste in a long time.
January 2, 2003
a film more noteworthy for its title's lack of commas than for any other asset
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