Art House (1998)





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Ray McMichael (Dan O'Donahue), the writer and director of the fictitious/real Beach House, "the best movie in the worst genre," works behind the counter of a high-end coffee shop until his big break into movies comes along. His next script is being rewritten -- and sold with significant changes in an act of unthinking betrayal -- by his friend Weston (Chris Hardwick), who also sings in a terrible rock band. Ray moves in with Tony, an Italian porn actor (Luigi Amadeo), who often brings his comely co-stars home with him. Then Ray meets the girl of his dreams, but that turns into a nightmare when he sees her in a porn movie with Tony. Then he meets Danny Farthing (Michael A. Goorjain), a hot young filmmaker who exposes the shameless pretense of Hollywood to Ray. Only in his disillusionment about his ambitions does Ray's life suddenly become clear.
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Negative Entropy Productions


Chris Hardwick
as Weston Craig
Dan O'Donahue
as Ray McMichael
Adam Carolla
as Cool Guy
Joe Baker
as Bartender
Bill Erwin
as Monty
Kent George
as Chris Mendelev
Michael A. Goorjian
as Danny Farthing
Blake Grant
as Guitarist
Monique Jones
as Assistant
Shayna Levine
as Actress
Eva Loseth
as Lindsey
Christian Krieger
as Film Student
Christopher Lennertz
as Bass Player
J.P. Manoux
as Beezer
Rebecca McFarland
as Molly Fitzsimmons
Shannon Murphy
as Director
Cheryl Pollak
as Shiloh
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Critic Reviews for Art House

All Critics (1)

There's at least a smidgeon of fun to be had here.

February 11, 2002
Apollo Guide

Audience Reviews for Art House

6.5/10 Very good low budget film, wonderfully funny. The cast is great, the writing is super and is always interesting. Art House delivers.

James Higgins
James Higgins

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