Project Greenlight: Season 2 (2003)


Season 2
Project Greenlight

Critics Consensus

Adjusting the formula to maximize collaborative dysfunction and damaged egos, Project Greenlight delights in the squabbles that can occur on a set.



Critic Ratings: 11

Audience Score

User Ratings: 0
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Air date: Jun 22, 2003
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Critic Reviews for Project Greenlight Season 2

All Critics (11) | Top Critics (7)

[Chris Moore and Jeff Balis'] Goofus and Gallant bully-and-prey dynamic is more compelling than anything that ended up on screen in "Stolen Summer."

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With a vague script, shiftless personnel, and a red-faced manager, Project Greenlight now has some of the bumbling charm of BBC's The Office. It's a workplace drama with considerable suspense.

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For Hollywood insiders used to vocal control freaks, their winners turn out to be too laid back, too sedate. No matter, it's still a source of tension and that makes for an enjoyable voyage into a movie-making maelstrom.

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You just want to shake some sense into these guys... They press on and are, by turns, stupid, silly, arrogant, conciliatory, and astonishingly clever.

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As with the first season, this show is aimed primarily at film buffs -- and it is fascinating to see the filmmaking process in action, along with a lot of behind-the-scenes battles.

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I'm liking this documentary series more in its second season, and a new wrinkle is the reason... The personality dynamics are fun to watch even if the film turns out not to be.

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More cynical observers see the entire experiment as a case of Hollywood striking back, with Jones, and now Potelle and Rankin, having essentially been set up to fail.

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Surely a government-funded plan to nip the dreams of deluded young filmmakers in the bud.

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'The Battle of Shaker Heights,'' already looks unbearable... It does not matter. The making of the movie is riveting.

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This is as detailed a portrait of the filmmaking process as you're likely to see, because Sacks' cameras are there recording everything, even when it makes "Greenlight" look bad.

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