Loudmouth Soup

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Released 2005

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2005
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Loudmouth Soup is an indie comedy about a movie producing couple intent on making friends in Hollywood. Catherine (Melanie Chapman) and Jason (Joe Mellis), elated over recent success at the Sundance Film Festival, decide to host a dinner party in their new L.A. home. Catherine, however, warns her husband not to discuss politics or filmmaking with their guests. Following this rule becomes increasingly difficult as their invitees arrive: Charlie (Kevin Chamberlin), a greedy film producer, Blake (Nancy Bell), a catty starlet, Kim (Kit Pongetti), an ambitious office manager, and Keith (James Tupper), a quiet but charismatic actor planning to leave Hollywood. Though partygoers awkwardly attempt small talk, none can disguise their self-centered goals, insincere flattery and petty rivalries. The drama takes a turn when Sam Ransom (Michael James Reed), an egotistical action star, crashes the party. Director Adam Watstein filmed Loudmouth Soup in a single night while allowing the seven actors to completely improvise the script.

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  • 63

    TV Guide Maitland McDonagh

    The film's performances are uniformly strong and remarkably coherent, given the conditions under which they were delivered. The actors shot for eight hours straight in a fully lit ...

  • 50

    New York Post V.A. Musetto

    The director, Queens-born Adam Watstein, who also edited and co-produced, deserves credit for making a film with modest resources.

  • 30

    The New York Times Lawrence Van Gelder

    For all its experimental intentions, Loudmouth Soup feels familiar: a claustrophobic Hollywood satire that's short on kinesis and long on conversation.

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