Clint’s Reality (2 stars)

A spirited performance but somewhat lacking script

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This article is from 2010.

Clint’s Reality

Here we have a Simon Cowell-alike suffering a meltdown after it emerges that his latest talent show was rigged. Things come to a head in his luxurious flat, from where Clint is sure he can manipulate the truth to his own ends. The performances are spirited, but the script could have been sharper.

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This article is from 2010.

Clint's Reality

  • 2 stars

Clint is a media icon disgraced for rigging his reality TV shows. He has one evening to save his career, rekindle his marriage, silence his mistress and overturn the apathy of his disinterested son. Expect rushed decisions, hushed revisions and blushed derisions in a world that is anything but real. Fast paced…

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