is a funny, silly, witty movie about making movies.
It's been done before--a film within a
Steve Martin and Eddie Murphy provide just
the right touch to make this a solid, entertaining movie with
big belly laughs right to the end.
It's 90 minutes of amusing satire and fun.
I enjoyed this one a lot!
tries very hard to be a film that skewers Hollywood--but the
best take-off doesn't come until the end of the film.
Steve Martin and Eddie Murphy work well
together, but the film comes off more as an homage to Ed Wood
than the Hollywood BBQ it strived to be.
Martin does give a great tip o' the hat
to ex-girlfriend Ann Heche.
Steve Martin is back with his wild-and-crazy-guy
flick work, this time as actor and as screenwriter. He plants
some wicked barbs in Hollywood rear ends about creative financing
of movies and the insanity and dumb luck involved in picture
Martin goes to hilarious extremes to film
Eddie Murphy's action hero role. His script is a cutting, satirical
valentine to Hollywood, sugar-coated with laughs--a pure genius
setup that melts in your mouth, not in your hand. These two M&Ms
are a handful in the last five minutes.