IMDBperson's Rating of Bucky Larson: Born to Be a Star

IMDB's Review of Bucky Larson: Born to Be a Star

6 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes
Bucky Larson: Born to Be a Star

Bucky Larson: Born to Be a Star(2011)

Swardson's film have become a sandwich recipe - regular ingredients like opening solo song, two heroines, flashback and villains from Hollywood spread properly between the slices of bread.

The story is so very clichéd and predictable only this time it deals with the factions. As a leader of faction, Swardson is portrayed as a modern day pornstar who is ready to sacrifice anything for the welfare of the people. The writer has taken far too much leniency thinking that they are penning for 70's/ 80's audience.

For some strange reason every Swardson movie has heroines drooling over him. Why? The hero becoming a porn star just because hhis parents were artist - is simple bad digestion.

Comedy track could have been improvised. Sandler is over-exposing himself. And Tom Brady is already over-exposed.

Sandler makes a good cameo appearance.

Christina Ricci is pretty and coy. Miriam Flynn must have found acting easy as she was imitating Naghma in Gharana Mogudu. And apart from these two you have Meredith Giangrande (okay), Darrin Lackey and Raza Murad from Bollywood.

As from any Swardson movies, editings are good.

I presume that the fans of Bucky Lawson always order old wine in new bottle every time and that is precisely what is served here, yet again.