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Stuntmen (2009)

R | | Comedy | 18 August 2009 (USA)
When the industry's two biggest stuntmen are nominated for Stuntman of the Year, an over-ambitious documentarian reignites a dormant rivalry between the two men that results in an all out press war.

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Eligh Supreme
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Tank
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Steve (as Chris Tarantino)
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Mindy Danger
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Karla Bravo
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Troy Lebowski (as Joel Moore)
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Bumble Jackson
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Tovah Frieberg
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Guy Torre
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Cameraman
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Carlos Villareal (as Gary Cervantes)
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When the industry's two biggest stuntmen are nominated for Stuntman of the Year, an over-ambitious documentarian reignites a dormant rivalry between the two men that results in an all out press war.

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Testosterone, Adrenaline, and...Personal Grooming? See more »

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Rated R for language including sexual references
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Insult to the genre
28 August 2009 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

This film undercuts the whole premise of a mockumentary: that one is able suspend one's disbelief about whether the story is true or not.

With over-the-top character names (Tank Macho) terrible dialogue gimmicks, and no stunts whatsoever, the film falls apart within the first five minutes.

"Stuntmen" is an exercise in tediousness that seems like it were created by the most obnoxious members of a junior-year high-school drama class, if they were only allotted a large enough budget for their pubescent foolishness.

If one wishes to contrast this film to a properly done modern mockumentary, please watch "A Mighty Wind" or "Hard Core Logo".

The only people who will be able to stomach this meal are the kind who consider "Talledega Nights" to be superior to "The Godfather". Everyone else steer clear.


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