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- Jesse Thomas
Malcolm McDowell as Evan Polus
Laura Ashley Samuels as Nikki
Clay Chamberlin as Chance
Sonia Rockwell as Madison
Cory Hardrict as Nate
Eddie George as Rookie
Jack Guzman as Rubisio / Officer W.G.A.S.
Walk of Fame Storyline: Drew (Scott Eastwood) signs up for an acting class at the famous Star Academy in Hollywood after falling for aspiring actress Nikki. He gets more than he bargained for when he encounters an eccentric and volatile acting coach (Malcolm McDowell) and the cast of crazy characters looking for their big break in Tinsel Town. Can Drew survive the insanity of the Star Academy and win Nikki's heart?
Unique and Bold Comedy
It seems that there is a trend in modern filmmaking to tame down movies and make them less controversial and blander. That is not the case with the bold new indie comedy Walk of Fame which dives head first into a raunchy and satirical point of view that makes it stand out from the crowd. The film revolves around a lawyer (Scott Eastwood) who after failing the Bar Exam twice decides to become an actor. He then begins taking classes at the so-called Star Maker Academy, under the tutelage of a far more than eccentric instructor played by Malcolm McDowell, who delivers a homerun of a performance. Throughout the course of the film, Scott Eastwood's character, Drew, must learn to cope with his classmates who aspire to a goal that they clearly will never achieve. This ensemble is where the film truly shines despite the incredible performances by the leading heavyweights. This is because of the multiple complex relationships between the characters lead to an unforeseeable and hilarious climax that will leave you very satisfied. Consequently, I will not give away what happens in the end but I will highly recommend seeing it for yourself.2017-03-31
Fun comedy that doesn't take itself too seriously
Walk of Fame is unlike any rom com I've seen before in the way that puts its own twist to the genre with the unique characters and storyline. First time Director Jesse Thomas does a great job making a fun film that keeps the laughs coming in thick from beginning to end. Giving a backstage look at the struggles that upcoming actors encounter with a humorous twist to it, the constant chemistry that the characters demonstrate keep you intrigued throughout and always wondering what crazy thing is going to happen next. The story takes you on a roller-coaster of emotion throughout the film keeping up with the constant battle Drew faces trying to win over Nikki and everything in between. I definitely recommend this movie to people who enjoy some explicit humor and know how to keep things light.2017-04-04
Hilarious & Enjoyable
Walk of Fame is truly a special comedy that was a very enjoyable watch. Scott Eastwood stars as Drew, a customer service representative that hates his job and can't make it into law school. Turning his attention to a new occupation and love interest, he follows the attractive and recently fired Laura Ashley Samuels (Nikki) into Star Maker Academy. The plot was based on a group of unique actors with various personalities that were trying to achieve stardom through acting school, headed by the eccentric and outlandish Evan Polus (Malcolm McDowell). Chris Kattan (Alejandro) was the instructor of the school's beginner class and was my favorite character of the film. His reactions to everyone's performances during the first class session had me laughing extremely hard. I thought the many different situations that resulted from the plot were hilarious because they touched base with every character's distinctive personality. I highly recommend this fun and light-hearted movie that is now available on VOD.2017-03-30
Raunchy Comedy with a recognizable cast
Scott Eastwood stars as Drew, a melancholic dude that works at a call center and can't seem to pass the bar exam. After meeting Nikki, played by Laura Ashley Samuels, Drew decides to try acting and joins Star Maker Academy. Malcolm McDowell and Chris Kattan thrive as the acting coaches at the academy. This movie is one of a kind. It twists and turns through the plot and covers so many different situations. This gives the notable cast so many different angles to throw jokes. Oh they had locker room jokes to throw. They threw jabs, haymakers and a knockout punch. All of those big name actors and Jack Guzman as Rubisio Uchilieni steals the show. His character is absolutely electric from the minute he comes on camera. Another unknown actor that impressed was Jesse Thomas, this is his first movie and all he did was write, direct and act in it. The film was light hearted and entertaining. I would suggest it to anyone who's trying to relax and have a good laugh.2017-03-30
Oh my God...
...this sucked. And, I really like these actors. They tried their best with goofy material that rarely hits the mark. I give it 3 stars for taking aim at political correctness in spots, but it's not enough. The script's silliness brings groans where they wanted solid laughs. I wouldn't mind seeing the same cast with better material.2017-07-04
Raunchy and Satirical
In being a fan of raunchy and satirical comedy, I really enjoyed Walk of Fame. After Drew (Scott Eastwood) fails the bar exam again, he runs into Nikki (Laura Ashley Samuels) and follows her to "Star Maker Academy." This acting school is home to a group of unique struggling actors who all have something else to laugh and crack jokes about. Hansel, Drew's roommate, is played by writer and director Jesse Thomas and he was probably my favorite character. He was so over-the-top weird, it was hilarious. This was a different role for Eastwood, usually don't see him in comedies, but he did a great job. The jokes are raunchy and the humor is sarcastic, which is right up my alley so it had me laughing out loud. It's a quick and light watch, a great comedy for night at home relaxing with your friends.2017-03-30
Walk of Fame is a fun indie comedy that follows young Drew (Scott Eastwood), through his experiences in a reluctant group of misfit actors. When Drew comes across former flight attendant Nikki (Laura Samuels), he follows her to her acting academy in hopes to win her over. Drew's journey however becomes much more than he anticipated with his added involvement in the acting academy. The acting professors, performed by renowned Malcolm McDowell, and Chris Kattan, added their own comedic flavor that I felt were both eccentric and unique. I also appreciated Jesse Thomas's involvement as the writer, director, as well as his role as Hansel; Drew's mysterious hippie roommate. I felt Hansel's character offered brief takes of physical humor, in a playful, yet mysterious manner. Overall the film left me feeling gleeful, from a fun and entertaining experience. If you're into movies like "Zoolander", or "American Pie", full of explicit, and adult humor, then you are in for a good laugh.2017-04-02
Avoid at all cost
No eastwood,has ever been comedic funny Clint was good at biting sarcasm.But really roll on the floor funny.Never. Neither is his son.Scott I would never though someone with the name Eastwood, could do a movie so bad,that it should be removed it from the face of the earth. You keep wondering how they got anyone on board with this turkey. Malcolm McDowell,Scott Eastwood.I mean these are BIG names.Why would they wanna do a stinker like this. There was a few chuckles in the beginning,but after that,it was all down hill2017-03-27
A good laugh!
The trials and tribulations that come with attempting to make a career out of acting are not often things we as moviegoers get to see, and especially get to see depicted or even talked about in movies. Walk of Fame tells an original quirky tale about a group of wannabe actors who are trying to find their roles in the spotlight of Hollywood. I thought that writer and director of the film, Jesse Thomas, did a great job at creating a world that focuses solely on that day-to-day process that goes into becoming a movie star. The irony Thomas uses to poke fun at that same process is not only what made the film worth smiling at, but also what helped the film yield an inspiring message: If you're looking to become an actor, don't give up despite how tough times may get; and if you're a struggling actor, you're not alone. Whether or not that message applies to you does not matter. This refreshing story is something I'd recommend to movie lovers, especially if you're in the mood for a good laugh!2017-04-04