Free Enterprise: Love Long And Party
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Free Enterprise is a dysfunctional love story about two avid "Star Trek" fans, Robert (Rafer Weigel) and Mark (Eric McCormack), who meet their idol, William Shatner, and discover he's nothing like his fictional counterpart. With their illusions shattered, the two friends must face their fears about the future in this contemporary comedy that combines the hip, L.A. romantic milieu of "Swingers," with the knowing pop culture sophistication of "Clerks." William Shatner, Rafer Weigel, Eric McCormack
- Over 30 Minutes of Deleted Scenes
- Original Featurette Includes The Making Of, Behind-the-Scenes Bloopers and Interviews with William Shatner and Cast
- Screen Tests and Storyboards, Terminology Subtitle Track, Glossary of Free Enterprise Phrases
- No Tears For Caesar Music Video
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And it's not really a party movie--is it? It's about the real work behind the party (including the dreaming about the real work behind the party). Oh, there's a party and wishes really do come true--but the path! That's the fun part here! Real? Only on a certain (L.A.) level.
This movie is a little different. He is in it but instead of a playing a real or fictional character he is playing himself. I must say he does a brilliant job of it too! With all the imitations done of him - nobody can do Shatner like Shatner.
The best part is that Bill doesn't take himself too seriously and it looks like it. As a result of this - he is having fun. In turn, the audience has fun. (He even sings again! Yikes! Raps even! Double Yikes!)
The writers and directors had orginal written this piece and a reverance to William "Captain James T. Kirk "Shatner, but when Shatner read it..he insisted that it be made to show his flaws and failures. That's where it works best. It shows Shatner can be scared, shy, greedy and even horny!
The supporting roles are well cast and the two main leads are great together. The chemistry is real. I think everyone had fun on this one.
The DVD extras include behind the scenes interviews, outtakes and the story behind getting this project done.
The real cool thing for me was that it was shot in a book store very close to where I live. Fun! I think the non Star Trek fan will enjoys this - but the real Star Trek fans will love all the science fiction references and dream sequences. It was cleverly done!