Published on August 9th, 2015 | by Dan Gvozden



To satirize reality television is something like humiliating a circus clown. That writer-director Adam Rifkin’s Shooting the Warwicks can’t devise a successful critique of reality TV is a damning shame. Rifkin stars as Mickey Wagner, a deranged producer who decides to mount a revolutionary show that captures “real human drama” by photographing a random suburban family, the Warwicks, without their knowledge.

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Do you remember that dorky kid from elementary school who loved movies and comic books? Dan's him, but an adult... well in most senses of the word. All that matters is that he's an aficionado of all things pop culture and wants to share his interests with the world.

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