PG-13 | | Comedy, Drama, Music
A Hollywood fixer in the 1950s works to keep the studio's stars in line.
In the 1990s, George Clooney's Caesar haircut was one of his trademarks. This film gives him a Caesar cut much more closely based on Caesar.
Baird Whitlock has been kidnapped.
Hobie Doyle: This is bad. Bad for movie stars everywhere.
At 42:00, Eddie is walking down the paved area between the buildings. In the first shot, as he walks away from the camera, the buildings' shadows are parallel to the area he's walking down (i.e., they don't cast a shadow across where he's walking); in the second, as he walks towards the camera, they go almost half way across the paved area. We know that he hasn't turned a corner of 45 degrees, as he would need to have done for this to have occurred, because the map in his office shows that the studio area is a grid, with all buildings at 90 degrees.
At the end of the closing credits there is a disclaimer that reads "This motion picture contains no visual depiction of the godhead."
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