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Overnight Sensation (2000)


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Matthew Wells
Bethann Schebece ...
Local Resident (as Beth Schebece)
Tom Lissi ...
Irate Resident (as Geatano Lisi)
Experienced PA (as Harold Perrineau Jr.)
Scott Palmer
Palmer's Assistant (as Todd Ettelson)
Michelle Federer ...
Jackie Cartwright
Jamie Cohen ...
Sundance Volunteer
Lorraine Mazzola ...
Hotel Clerk
Rick Foster
Chloe Kontogiannis ...
Yucca Sanchez
Sharon O'Connell ...
Theater Volunteer
Frank Hayes
Salvatore Cavaliere ...
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Forget FF use chapter skip on this turkey
1 February 2011 | by See all my reviews

Why doesn't Jerry Springer make movies. They would be better than this turkey.

OH, he did make a movie and someone made a musical...I'd rather watch those than this tripe.

This movie TRIES so hard to be hip and funny. But it is NOT. The script falls flatter ten a pancake. They did show the ending script page from Citizen Kane and the word Rosebud on the script page. This is the best part of the movie...THE END.

Go rent Road to Sundance (aka R2SD), made about the same time. This movie is a very funny tongue in cheek look at making films. It is from NYC so it had a lot more style and verve. Overnight Sensation seems financed out of Beverly Hill money from the "son" a producer and a chance to make a "movie".

Seems there was a plethora of films about going to Sundance. Guess no one had ideas about an original script.

Hollywood is really going to have to be careful to whom they rent those Panavision cameras.

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