Very cool premise but doesn't really deliver in the end. I forgive this for the fact that they managed to film this whole movie guerilla style without Disney park authorities knowing about it. The main actor was good as well. If you're in the mood for strangeness a la Lynch meets Ed Wood, this is worth a watch just for the fun of it.
A fascinating film when you look at what it took to get made. A disappointing film when you look at the script. An abysmal film if you're a GFX artist haha. All together, it's worth watching but it's not the work of art it wishes it was or could have been.
Feels like a missed opportunity after you realize Moore doesn't take the happiest place on earth as hell concep all that far. It needed every scene to be a surreal joke, instead its intermittently interesting/hilarious but again, doesn't skew Disney tropes/iconography enough. Can't say I was bored but the film feels easily and unguiltly missable.
I feel bad giving this movie one star because Moore put a lot on the line to make it, but the end result is a mess. A tedious film with a silly script, hammy acting, shoddy effects, and an interminable third act. The Disney location is more of a distraction than a boon because it encourages the viewer to focus on the production feat instead of caring about the narrative—something that I suspect happened to Moore.