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  • Series Premiere Date: Dec 2, 2001
  • Season #: 1 , 2 , 3
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  • Starring: Chris Moore, Chris Moore, Shiri Appleby
  • Summary: One of the most unique concepts in TV history. "It's the Hollywood Cinderella story. Two childhood friends share an apartment in LA, struggling to break into acting. Unknown after years of hard work and tired of bit parts, they write their own script and star in it. Not only do they get recognized, they become famous and win an Oscar for Best Screenplay. A dream? Hardly. It's the true story of Matt Damon and Ben Affleck. And it is this fairy tale come true that inspired them to team up with American Pie producer Chris Moore, and Dimension, to create a contest and community that would open the industry to aspiring writers and directors who need a big break to jump start their dreams."-PGL website
    This 3rd season they are trying something completely different. First, a new network is picking up the show to give it new life. Thanks go out to the Bravo network for continuing these dreams. Second, a different studio, Dimension, has stepped up the reward to 2 million dollar to produce the movie. Third they have changed from a feel good movie to a Horror movie. Since it would be a horror movie this time, one of the greatest horror directors was called in to help produce it - Wes Craven.
  • Genre(s): Reality, Game Show
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  1. Reviewed by: Carina Chocano
    Jun 14, 2013
    Whether the 'Greenlight' gang intentionally gambled on the dark horses in the hopes of winding up with a more compelling TV show, we'll never know. But as interesting and informative as it would have been to watch a levelheaded and talented filmmaker tackle his or her first studio project, it would pale in comparison to 'Efram and Kyle's Big Adventure.'
  2. Reviewed by: Terry Kelleher
    Jun 28, 2013
    The personality dynamics are fun to watch even if the film turns out not to be.