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On VOD - Snag Films-Distributed Dramedy 'We Made A Movie'

by Tambay A. Obenson
November 13, 2012 5:56 PM
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It made its online premiere in mid-September on Snag Films (the parent company of IndieWire), and is also available via several VOD platforms like iTunes,, Vudu, X-Box and others.

Distributed by Snag Films, We Made A Movie, is an independent dramedy presented by Worldwide Pants Incorporated, B&B East Productions, Inc. and Bona Fide Productions. It centers on  graduating high school seniors with no prospects who decide to make a comedy movie, hoping that it'll make them famous enough to leave their depressing town. Their leader and director, LeBron (played by Arjay Smith) is so confident the movie will be a success, he gets some freshmen to follow them around with video cameras and record the "making of" the comedy film. But, as you'd mayne expect, unintentionally, the cameras also capture moments of LeBron and his friends' real lives, which are full of drama, and make for much more compelling viewing than the movie they originally set out to make.

As the tagline reads: it started as a comedy, but then life happened.

The film was directed by Rob Burnett, from a script he co-wrote with Jon Beckerman.

Watch the trailer below for a glimpse at what to expect; and if you're intrigued, you're just a few clicks away from watching it in full via the above-mentioned VOD channels:

"We Made This Movie" Trailer from We Made This Movie on Vimeo.

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  • Akimbo | November 20, 2012 10:46 AMReply

    Concept is cool, but execution seems cliche and the acting isn't natural enough to be bought as documentary. I really like Arjay Smith, but don't think I can take this.

  • Burnsy | November 19, 2012 11:34 AMReply

    How long is Arjay Smith going to play a teenager? He played a teeanger when I was like 8, I'm 23 now.

  • Akimbo | November 20, 2012 10:43 AM

    I guess until, like Gabrielle Union, he himself decides that enough is enough. It's definitely time; e still has a baby face, but his body is way too manly to be believed as a artsy high schooler.

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