The biggest release of this holiday movie season is in trouble: nobody remembered to shoot it. A satire by Scott Blaszak, performed by James Babson and Jake Newton.
Reminds me of the 1999 Fox TV series"Action" starring Jay Mohr and Illeana Douglas. After it's decided whogets the foreign rights and percentages,who gets the biggest trailer, andwhose name comes first in the titles THENthey hire someone to go out and make the movie. Rich
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