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In the grand tradition of the “mockumentary” comes a deliciously offbeat, hilariously on-target skewering of that particular breed of madness known as moviemaking. Some directors are visionaries; others just need corrective lenses. Somewhere in between lies Jake Barrymore (Seth Meyers). After graduating at the top of his class from Three-Day Film School, Jake cons his way into the Montreal Film Festival with a film that doesn't exist - yet! But with the help of his loyal, producer Larry (John Cho), his burnt-out film school “mentor” Martin and unwitting ex-girlfriend Annie, Jake just might pull it off! Also starring Jessica Paré (from HBO’s “Mad Men”) and Patton Oswalt (“Young Adult”).
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Top Customer Reviews
If you're a fan of Waiting for Guffman, definitely give See This Movie a try! Highly recommended for fans of cult movies.
Christopher Guest (ie: "Best In Show", "Waiting For Guffman", etc.) you
will love this movie. A great premise (two bumbling, if well
intentioned guys, try and make a film on the fly in time for the
prestigious Toronto International Film Festival), hysterical acting
(particularly from John Cho of "Harold And Kumar Go To White Castle"),
good direction and a cool look make this an indie flick well worth
one's attention. If you're looking for a funny and touching little
movie I would recommend that you (you saw this coming) "See This
Most Recent Customer Reviews
movie about making a movie.........if the script was interesting and funny..........a great idea..........but its not.......Published 2 months ago by p.d.
It was slow moving and look to be a low budget movie. I thought it would be funny because I like the actors but, it just couldn't happen.Published 4 months ago by Amazon River
Couldn't last 3 minutes into the movie. Didn't have high expectations but still couldn't bear itPublished 6 months ago by Charles Kenneth Andrews Jr
Lots of fun with a movie within a movie, but the movie does not exist.Published 9 months ago by Tom Willett
Watched about 10 minutes of it. I like Seth Meyers, but this was just too awful.Published 17 months ago by Jammies