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Wednesday
Feb192014

Crying Jags via "Hollywood Acting Studio"

Have you ever watched "Hollywood Acting Studio" it's often quite funny even if, like a lot of web series,  it doesn't quite realize that online audiences are allergic to anything over 3 or 4 minutes. (We sympathize here at The Film Experience with our epic length posts). Here's the latest episode starring the brilliant Drew Droege (you know him as "Chloe") in which he teaches his class how to cry on queue and announces his departure as teacher to join the cast of Fifty Shades of Grey. Ha!

(My favorite part is the group jagged cry finale so many great lines.)

Speaking of acting class humor, since laughter is the best medicine, mental health professionals recommend that you memorize and rewatch Parker Posey's apotheotic "Emmy Speech Master Class" at least once during the buildup to each and every awards show until you die. 

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Maybe it's because I watched it but the announcement of the Smallville fan-fiction play was the funniest part to me. I did like the group cry, however. As for the rest, it was... fine. It's a shame how quick audiences get bored but I have to admit that this would've been better as a three and a half minute video (forgive me, I'm part of the problem... which is ironic because I'm writing a web series that'll probably be longer than this, lol).

February 19, 2014 | Unregistered CommenterDaniel Armour

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