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What Just Happened?

UPC 490581420913
REGISTERED: 10/24/18
UPDATED: 02/24/21
What Just Happened?
What Just Happened?

  • What Just Happened? available on November 18 2014 from Amazon for 2.97
  • UPC bar code 490581420913 ξ1 registered November 18 2014
  • Product category is Art
  • Manufacturered by Magnolia
  • 00876964001717
  • # 87696400171U

  • Product weight is 0.2 lbs.

    ^ (2009). What Just Happened?, Magnolia. Amazon. (revised Nov 2014)

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Film Producer Ben (Robert DeNiro) is having a bad week. His latest film, directed by a mercurial, temperamental, egotistical British director (Michael Wincott) and starring Sean Penn has a disastrous test screening. The next morning, Lou (Catherine Keener), the studio head, calls Ben and his director for a meeting. When the director throws a tantrum, Ben assures Lou they will make the requested changes in time for the Cannes Film Festival. His wife (Robin Wright Penn) is happy to continue going to a therapi..
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Director Barry Levinson hasn't had much luck lately - after Bandits, which was a good though not anything very noteworthy comedy caper, he had two colossal duds in a row- Envy and Man of the Year- which, despite an otherwise impressive host of films (i.e. Diner, Rainman, Sleepers, even Toys) could have threatened to throw him off track ala Rob Reiner. But in a way What Just Happened was relatable for Levinson, despite it being the stories of Art Linson, semi-famous producer who's had hits and misses through..
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Since most audiences are not part of the Hollywood system, it's difficult to say how effective "What Just Happened" really is. While it's generally entertaining as a brooding comedy, director Barry Levinson and writer Art Linson (who adapted his own novel) have made film that seems less like a satire and more like a commentary, painting a picture so unflattering that it's likely to frighten aspiring filmmakers. Those of us not in the film industry--myself included--essentially have to take their word for it..
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