Movie Review:

Have you ever had a really good idea for a movie? You told yourself “this is gold, Jerry, gold!” However when you told someone they laughed at your face and stole your metro pass? Don’t worry, it happens to everyone. Except me. Last week I shared my fantastic idea with a friend of mine (who is much smaller); it’s a reality show where people trade places with animals for a day.

Have you ever had a really good idea for a movie? You told yourself “this is gold, Jerry, gold!” However when you told someone they laughed at your face and stole your metro pass?
Don’t worry, it happens to everyone. Except me. Last week I shared my fantastic idea with a friend of mine (who is much smaller); it’s a reality show where people trade places with animals for a day. Wouldn’t that be something? I call it “Trading Pigsties”. Get it? I pitched it to a couple networks and although I haven’t heard from anyone since May I’m still hoping for a deal. This brings me to American Cannibal!
This documentary (some would say mockumentary) is the brainchild of Perry Grebin and Michael Nigro, who spent two and a half years silently documenting the trials and tribulations of Gil Ripley and Dave Roberts, struggling writers who were desperately trying to sell their ideas to networks around the United States.
What began as a small project in 2003 to document the different stages of a TV pilot (from pitch to production) ballooned into more than 250 hours of footage and numerous questions on the truths and consequences of reality-based entertainment.
Gil and Dave have some pretty good ideas, including a reality show they call Virgin Territory, sort of a risqu

Total
0
Shares

Comments are closed.

Previous Article

ConU Roundup: Lady Stingers fall to Laval in soccer, rugby

Next Article

Electro-Shock

Related Posts

Summer Movie Mania

Mission: Impossible III May 5 Agent Ethan Hunt is back for another one of his impossible missions. Six years after the second instalment, Tom Cruise returns in the lead of this movie with a very secretive plot. Explosive action sequences are to be expected.

Hip-Hop play finds its Nietzsche

Nietzschean philosophy has never been this entertaining and Hip-Hop never quite this intellectual. This is the secret to Job II's success: in a perfect blend of beats and thought, it unites two schools of life that have never really met. At least not until now.

Our critics debate Lord of the Rings’ legacy

By Thomas Barbieri Sylvain, I pity you. Yours must have been a bland and sad upbringing if you cannot appreciate the magic and spectacle that is The Lord of the Rings (LOTR). Enjoying Peter Jackson's trilogy is not dependant on loving sci-fi or playing Dungeons and Dragons twice a week (not that there's anything wrong with that).