Starring: Roy Abramsohn, Elena Schuber, Katelynn Rodriguez, Jack Dalton, Annet Mahandru
Directed By: Randy Moore
A profoundly interesting film that fails to truly deliver, but can be forgiven for being so damn gung-ho original. That would be my quote on the poster. The cast and crew filmed this film covertly at Walt Disney World, trying to seem like a family but all the while filming a movie. Filmmakers everywhere were interested in the film to see how they pieced together a film.
The problem is that the actors are so third rate. It’s painful to watch them for the duration of the movie. It’s like the director invaded the worst community theatre and didn’t even take the leads… he took the ensemble. So while the movie is groundbreakingly original, the actors kind of kill everything else.
If you’re really interested in film, or just a Disney fanatic, this might be your film. If not, don’t bother. The acting is just too bad.
FINAL GRADE: C-