Published on August 9th, 2015 | by Dan Gvozden0
SHOOTING THE WARWICKS – REVIEW
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.