#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Joe Dante directs this story of the glamour, the glitter, the magical allure of Hollywood… and not a speck of it rubs off on Miracle Pictures, where “If it’s a good picture, it’s a Miracle.” This is a hilarious tribute to the unsung heroes who grind out the B movies massacred by critics, but nursed fondly in the hearts of film fans everywhere.
Plot: A Midwestern ingenue moves to Hollywood and rivals a B-movie queen in low-budget quickies.
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Fun for film buffs…
but probably nobody else.
A young, beautiful woman (Candice Rialson) comes to Hollywood to become a star. She starts working with Miracle Pictures (“If it’s a good picture, it’s a miracle”) as a stunt girl. Miracle makes nothing but ultra cheap t&a movies. There’s the star director (Parl Bartel) who supposedly thinks he’s making art and an arrogant diva (Mary Woronov) who wants all the film to herself. Then woman are being killed on the set. Who’s doing it…and why?
Film was actually shot in 10 days with directors Joe Dante and Allan Arkush using tons of footage from previous Roger Corman movies. The movie never takes itself too seriously and does have some VERY funny lines. But the plot is way too feeble even at 83 minutes (there’s LOTS of padding); the acting is pretty bad (except for Bartel, Woronov and Dick Miller–all having a GREAT time); there is an unnecessary (and stupid) wet T-shirt sequence; there’s a very sick rape scene played for laughs (and repeated twice); a very brutal knife slashing and plot holes galore (why DOES that guy at the end have all that stuff about victims in his little shed?).
What kept me watching is the tons of funny little injokes for movie fans. They’re way too numerous to mention but they are there. Also it was just released in a 25th anniversary edition and looks just great. Most casual viewers will probably find this dull, stupid and sick–they’re right, but it is fun for film fans.
Don’t miss the jokes during the closing credits and one right after them.
New World self parody
Ultra-cheap even by New World Pictures standards, naive go-getter with stars in her eyes Candice Rialson (“my friends call me Candy”) finds herself the reluctant débutante in a z-grade Phillipino actioner when her shonky agent (Miller) signs her up for stunt work in the latest film of the “Miracle Pictures” assembly line. The last stunt girl died as a result of the paltry set conditions but Candy is willing to give almost anything a go if it means an opportunity to make it big. Initially duped into robbing a bank that she thinks is a hidden camera role, “Hollywood Boulevard” chronicles Candy’s coming of age as she matures in the sordid, tempestuous industry of exploitation film.
Really just a self parody, directors Dante and Arkush have spared much expense cobbling together this endless parade of in-jokes and raunch, with dialogue to die for (“now get it up, or I’ll cut if off”) and enough skin to make a porn star blush. Bartel is amusing as the ultra efficient director, desperate to placate his high maintenance leading lady (Woronov) and come in under budget, while Jeffrey Kramer (fresh from “Jaws”) trundles out the banal scripts like confetti at a wedding, while wooing Candy on the side.
Lots of bare flesh, flying limbs, simulated sex and corny double entendres to offend almost everybody, and, a bizarre blue grass musical number of zero relevance thrown in for good measure. If you’re not a devotee of the New World Pictures experience, then doubtful “Hollywood Boulevard” will be your cup of tea; for everyone else, it’s a trademark romp down to the usual standards.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 23 min (83 min)
Genre Comedy, Thriller
Director Allan Arkush, Joe Dante
Writer Danny Opatoshu
Actors Mary Woronov, Paul Bartel, George Wagner
Country United States
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Mono
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Camera Arriflex 35 IIA
Laboratory Metrocolor, Hollywood (CA), USA
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process Spherical
Printed Film Format 35 mm