Netflix Documentary Recommendation: Attack of the Hollywood Clichés (2021)

Not everyone likes Rob Lowe especially when he poked fun at Prince William’s receding hairline a while back. I don’t think he’s that great of an actor. I really don’t remember any outstanding roles he’s done. He’s really isn’t all that funny in terms of this documentary despite being the narrator. It’s like he’s trying too hard to be funny. He’s no Nicolas Cage. Note the sarcasm a little bit as Cage’s acting is over the top at times. Okay, a lot of the times. Although I did like Rob Lowe as Sam Seaborn in The West Wing. I remember him from The Outsiders and St. Elmo’s Fire the most. Okay, maybe I need to give him another chance. Back to Hollywood clichés and if you’re a writer you recognize some of them as writing clichés too. They are self-explanatory and are in every type of genre. As much as viewers and critics get tired of them, they will NEVER go away. NEVER EVER. It’s like the Marvel movies in the last decade. They have grabbed hold of the movie industry and will never let go willingly. Those commenting run the gamut from actors, actresses, directors, and more. Whether you think the clichés are downright horrible and don’t stand the test of time, anyone should watch this documentary whether they are writers, movie watchers, or the average person. I mainly watched this something different to watch besides what I’m currently watching. There’s definitely something to be said about impact Hollywood has on the world and vice versa.

I rate Attack of the Hollywood Clichés GOOD at THREE FINGERS of 80%

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