A film crew is in Southeast Asia filming a Vietnam-war memoir. It’s early in the shooting, but they’re already behind schedule and over budget. On the day an accident befalls the novice director, the cast and crew are attacked by a gang of poppy-growing local drug dealers, except the cast and crew don’t realize these aren’t actors who are stalking them. The thugs kidnap Tugg Speedman, an actor whose star seems on the decline, and it’s up to the rest of the ragtag team to band together long enough to attempt his rescue. But will Tugg want to leave? —IMDb
Benjamin Edward “Ben” Stiller (born November 30, 1965) is an American comedian, actor, writer, film director, and producer. He is the son of veteran comedians and actors Jerry Stiller and Anne Meara.
After beginning his acting career with a play, Stiller wrote several mockumentaries, and was offered two of his own shows, both entitled The Ben Stiller Show. He began acting in films, and had his directorial debut with Reality Bites. Throughout his career he has since written, starred in, directed, and/or produced over fifty films including Heavyweights, There’s Something About Mary, Meet the Parents, Zoolander, Dodgeball, and Tropic Thunder. In addition he has had multiple cameos in music videos, television shows, and films.
Stiller is a member of the comedic acting brotherhood colloquially known as the Frat Pack. His films have grossed more than $2.1 billion worldwide, with an average of $73 million per film. Throughout his career, he has received several awards and honors… read more
Blunders occasionally as a film, but achieves near-brilliance as a scathing satire of Hollywood. Robert Downey Jr. is particularly good in his embodiment of the pretentious actor.
Après s’être attaqué avec un humour absurde au monde de la mode, Ben Stiller revient avec un autre univers comme champ de bataille: le cinéma.
Milieu qu’il connait forcément bien, l’acteur, réalisateur… read review
This is one of those movies that falls into the category of “Great idea, terrible movie.” There are some great and funny parts in it, my favorite being Robert Downey Jr.’s performance as an over-the… read review
There were a lot of very smart comments about Hollywood, but it never produced the big laughs I was hoping it would. It drags on in a few places and just never really lives up to its potential. The… read review