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  • Genres : Comedy
  • Languages : English
  • Year of production : 2004
  • Cinema release date : 18/09/2004
  • Duration : 1h30'


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  • Saturday 18 September 2004
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  • Friday 06 May 2005
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Jiminy Glick in Lalawood (2004)

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Jiminy Glick in LaLaWood starts off as an Entertainment Tonight or Access Hollywood spoof, but develops into a murder mystery, with David Lynch played by Martin Short as a makeshift Hercule Poirot.

Jiminy Glick checks into a spooky hotel where Lynch is at the bar, spouting random scenes for his new movie. Glick hits the spotlight when he gets to interview Ben Di Carlo , who is starring in an indie flick called Growing Up Gandhi. This movie is a tale of Gandhi's rise as a prize fighter in the boxing rings of India. The film and its star are not well received, except for Glick who enjoyed it. Unfortunately, he fell asleep before the film ended.

After this scoop, Glick gets another prize interview with Miranda Coolidge , who becomes the key figure in the murder mystery. Coolidge is starring in a lesbian sexploitation movie called African Queens, a takeoff of The African Queen, but is soon involved in the aforementioned murder.


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