Loudmouth Soup (2005)



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A couple finds that breaking into the Hollywood elite is harder than they ever imagined in this improvised, independent comedy of manners. Loudmouth Soup takes place over the course of a long dinner party thrown by Jason (Joe Mellis) and Catherine (Melanie Chapman), a married couple from New York whose recent feature-film effort landed them some buzz at Sundance. Now relocated to L.A., the pair throw a dinner part for some potential investors, including producer Charlie (Kevin Chamberlin), ambitious actress Blake (Nancy Bell), and surprisingly, Blake's superstar boyfriend, Sam (Michael James Reed). Blind-sided by the A-list guest, each diner tries to cozy up to the money man to try to attain some cash and credibility for his or her next project. The action in Loudmouth Soup was captured in near real time by a handful of video cameras; director Adam Watstein would provide plot suggestions to the performers when they walked off-camera.
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Michael James Reed
as Sam Ransom
Kit Pongetti
as Kim White
Kevin Chamberlin
as Charlie Baker
Joe Mellis
as Jason Grant
Melanie Chapman
as Catherine Grant
James Tupper
as Keith Miller
Nancy Bell
as Blake Barber
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Full Review… | November 16, 2011
Time Out
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A low-budget skewering of Tinseltown that's derivative, superficial and way too long, even at just over 90 minutes.

Full Review… | June 23, 2006
Time Out
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Loudmouth Soup, the second feature film from the director Adam Watstein, was shot in a single night with seven actors, eight cameras, no second takes and no script.

September 22, 2005
New York Times
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La-La Land is a nest of vipers. Who woulda guessed?

September 22, 2005
New York Post
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Excellent performances are the reason to watch this film.

Full Review… | September 20, 2005
New York Magazine/Vulture
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Loudmouth Soup perpetuates the same shallow myths about Los Angeles that it pretends to indict.

Full Review… | September 20, 2005
Village Voice
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