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A Mighty Wind (2003) Movie Information

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1562

Avg. Rating:

2.87/4

# of Ratings:

79

Genres:

Comedy

Rating:

PG-13

Language:

English

Theater Date:

04/16/2003

Director:

Christopher Guest

Actors:

Harry Shearer
Michael McKean
Christopher Guest
Eugene Levy
Catherine O'Hara
Parker Posey

 

 

 

 

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Charming mockumentary about folk music featuring many of the usual suspects from "Waiting For Guffman", "Best In Show", and "For Your Consideration".

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I didn't find this one to be as funny as Guest's other mocumentary style films, but it makes up for it with some great musical performances.

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06/06/2011 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

The Brilliance of Guest

It is hard to rank the three Christopher Guest helmed mockumentaries individually; they are a triology-they must be viewed together to appreciate their full brilliance. Comedically, they really paved the way for The Office. After much thought, I declare Mighty Wind the best, because it really builds to a rallying conclusion, capturing your heart in the process. It is Eugene Levy's finest hour. But Waiting for Guffman is the funniest. Corky St. Clair is one of the most brilliant creations of all time. Hilarious lampooning of local theater. To say Best in Show is the weakest of the bunch would be a terrible insult. It too earns an honor, for the funniest single lines. This is the movie that made me laugh out loud the most, especially Michael Hitchcock (who I think is the most underrated of ...

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