Directed By Alan Smithee Movie Review
In case you hadn't heard about Alan Smithee, oh, in the early 1980s or so.
Much of this movie restates the obvious, but Kaye's reminiscences are mildly intriguing. He's obviously overflowing, he's so full of himself, but he's a little bit humble that X turned out to be a decent movie.
As for the rest of the film, well, there's not much of it to get worked up about. It's a pleasant diversion for the unitiated, but long-time film enthusiasts won't likely find much mystery here they didn't already know the answers to.
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