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Let me get this out of the way first, I'm a fan of Brad Jones and his Cinema Snob character. But as the old saying goes it's possible to have too much of a good thing.
The story deals with a fictionalized creation of the character of the Cinema Snob. He's an exploitation filmmaker wannabe who's got a great script, an actor lined up and everything but can't get a deal to make the movie. So he goes undercover as a pretentious film guy for reasons. There's murder, intrigue and enough community theater acting to choke a horse.
I'm not saying it's bad but I am saying it's something that really didn't need to get made. It is interesting as a bit of a time capsule seeing the old "Team Snob" and seeing which ones are still around today.
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