MOONWALKERS (Theatrical Release USA 2015)

Ben Meyers’ rating: 4.2|5.0 Starsìììì

an adult comedy starring Rupert Grint, Ron Pearlman, and Robert Sheehan—takes a French view of the difficulty of merging artistic aspiration with factual presentation within the movie making industry. The comical clash of these two conflicting ideologies takes the audience on a quite good, tongue-in-cheek tour of Hollywood at its lowest and at its highest. The movie does not appeal to the broader audience due to its focus on a distinctive art noveau presentation that acts by bouncing the audience from side to side while making it difficult to find a non-slippery slope to just sit and enjoy the show.

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In the event the USA landing on the moon fails, the CIA hires a Hollywood team to produce a successful moonwalk film which can be used on live television.

Additional Thanks

Thank you to Director Antoine Bardou-Jacquet for directing effort. Thank you to Producer Georges Bermann for making the film possible. Additional characters/cast include: Jonny (Rupert Grint), Kidman (Ron Perlman), Leon (Robert Sheehan), Derek Kaye (Stephen Campbell Moore), Glen (Eric Lampaert), Paul (Kevin Bishop), Renatus (Tom Audenaert), Ella (Erika Sainte), Colonel Dickford (Jay Benedict), Mr. White (Kerry Shale), Dawson (James Cosmo), CIA Agent Murphy (John Flanders), Pashman (Joe Sheridan), Kozinsky (Andrew Blumenthal), and Barmaid (Julie Maes).

Buy a ticket? Yes? No? Maybe?

Yes. The film works at the adult level for a distinctive audience who appreciates artistic presentation.

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