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“Movies. Now more than ever!” That’s the motto of the movie studio where fast-tracking exec Griffin Bell (Tim Robbins) works. But rumor has it a power play could push Bell out. And a rejected writer who’s sending anonymous death threats could push him under. Robert Altman directs this acclaimed and satiric love/hate valentine to Hollywood, and from the bravura opening tracking shot to the spot-the-star cameos (60+!) to the inside skinny of studio life to the gleeful finale, you’re in good, knowing hands. The Player. Now more than ever!
Disturbing story about Hollywood with a surprise murder. Unpredictable with great acting.Published 1 month ago by TD
A smart cynical movie of a genre that doesn't seem to exist anymore......Stands up to repeated viewings, I loved it.Published 2 months ago by Charles Coombs
I saw this when it came out, when I had first came to Hollywood to be a screenwriter. Now, watching I twenty years later, I see how accurate it is in its portrayal and send up of... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Rob Neighbors