That Gal...Who Was in That Thing: That Guy 2 (2015) 1080p YIFY Movie

That Gal...Who Was in That Thing: That Guy 2 (2015) 1080p

That Gal... Who Was in That Thing: That Guy 2 is a movie starring Jayne Atkinson, Paget Brewster, and L. Scott Caldwell. Actresses talk about their personal lives and dealing with a balance between family responsibilities and being...

IMDB: 7.40 Likes

  • Genre: Documentary |
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 1.26G
  • Resolution: 1920*1080 / 23.976 fpsfps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 80
  • IMDB Rating: 7.4/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 9 / 10

The Synopsis for That Gal...Who Was in That Thing: That Guy 2 (2015) 1080p

Actresses talk about their personal lives and dealing with a balance between family responsibilities and being a professional actor.

The Director and Players for That Gal...Who Was in That Thing: That Guy 2 (2015) 1080p

[Director]Ian Roumain
[Role:]Paget Brewster
[Role:]Jayne Atkinson
[Role:]L. Scott Caldwell
[Role:]Alicia Coppola

The Reviews for That Gal...Who Was in That Thing: That Guy 2 (2015) 1080p

Brilliant, honest, heart-breaking yet inspirational documentary on HollywoodReviewed bydanabrams999Vote: 10/10

Documentaries on movie stars can be found virtually everywhere. But this doc (as well as its predecessor "THAT GUY...") tells compelling stories about some of those great actors whose names aren't above the title. "THAT GAL..." is a brilliant, honest, heart-breaking yet inspirational look at the intrepid pros whose names may be hard to remember but whose performances are unforgettable.

You'll recognize Paget Brewster from the 2015 season of "COMMUNITY" and Roxanne Hart from the legendary sci-fi classic "HIGHLANDER". Roma Maffia was particularly memorable in "DISCLOSURE" as well as the Johnny Depp thriller "OUT OF TIME". And Jayne Atkinson has been a pillar of "HOUSE OF CARDS","CRIMINAL MINDS", as well as "24". What these and the other actors in the documentary illustrate are the often harsh but occasionally glorious realities of the acting business. This is not a puff-piece and it's not a tawdry expose. It's a refreshing peek into what it takes to make it as a professional actor -- namely: passion for the art form to motivate yourself and the grit to endure the tough times. This is a must-see for all aspiring actors as well as for those struggling actors who want to remind themselves that this business is hard for almost everyone but worth it if you can keep going.

Very touching, sad but true lookReviewed bynimblewordplayVote: 10/10

I watched this as a fan of many of the actresses, and wasn't prepared for how touched I was by their experiences. I was a bit taken aback when I came here and saw the negative reviews of the film and it's content. It wasn't anything new - as a woman, it's easy to see that as we age, we see less and less ourselves reflected back in media as anything but mothers/grandmothers/the occasional woman in charge. And while women are all those things, we lose the concept of women being anything more than that; especially in TV and film. It's frustrating, and disturbing, and it was wonderful to see that recognized. The concept of sexism in Hollywood is not new; but it seems as though we are just starting to shine a light on ageism when it comes to women in Hollywood. In fact, I liked this documentary so much that I insisted 3 of my (female) friends watch it the weekend after it aired with me. We sat in stunned and sad silence as we saw the realities of aging "out" in an industry that values youth and beauty over experience and maturity.

It was also inspiring to see that these women continue to seek out roles, and I hope that they do so. Some of them talked about heading towards producing more, and while I love that they're seeking out new challenges, I hope they don't disappear from our screens. It's important for us to see women that look like us; that age and still have a "femininity and strength" as Jayne Atkinson says in the film. Women that have wrinkles, and grey hair, but are still shown in roles where they aren't relegated to mom/grandma/bitch alone.

If you want to hear stuff you already know, this is the documentary for youReviewed bymark-4522Vote: 5/10

It's inevitable that a "sequel" has to be compared to the original even if it's about a relatively different theme (actresses versus actors.) "That Guy" was an honest and refreshing look at the life that an actor goes through in the industry both positive and negative without much emphasis on gender issues. Heck, I can't think of a single instance in which what a man might go through as an actor was discussed (for example, how does a male character actor go through periods of unemployment with this dating life in a city where appearance of affluence is everything?) With "That Gal", it was almost entirely about feminist issues. Not to say they aren't valid or useful especially to the context of what women go through in the industry but a lot of the issues are well known by now (cosmetic surgery, ageism, etc.) These are interesting women but sadly hearing them chat across a dinner table like on the View made me fast forward through segments On Demand.

Granted, sequels have a problem in the best original material has already been mined for the original so the writers either need to dig deep or go with a new theme and they did the latter. Also missing from the sequel I would have liked was the way in the original they explained "where are they now" about each of the actors at the end. I actually shed a tear for the actor who had passed away between filming and release in the Guy's version.

Ironically, the theme of the film that Hollywood is sexist and typecasts women was a flaw precisely with this documentary. Rather than being about women who are actors, it became about stereotypical women's issues as actors. With Guys, I felt like I was getting an inside look into what the actors thought. With Gals, it was like I was getting something they thought the producers might want to hear. Pity.

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