11 May 2012 | kosmasp
A for effort
The movie tries and breaks down the wall between itself and the viewer. While I haven't watched "I'm still here" yet, I'm sure it will be more subtle and better approach to "fake-behind-the-scenes" movie/documentary, than this was. But it's not for lack of trying or finding some stars to play in your movie (or "names"). Most of them only appear for a brief segment of course.
The thing that will make or break the film for you, is if you can laugh at the silly scenario or not. I wanted to, but I just couldn't. Dax Sheppard seems like a cool guy (on late night/TV shows where he appears), but that doesn't change the fact, that for all his effort, he just can't pull this off.
A really superb (spoof?) making of a star is "Exit through the gift shop". Watch this and see how this sort of movies should be done and you'll understand