For Sale Spinal Tap Poster – Beige
Promo Flyer to advertise the movie This Is Spinal Tap
| Size – approximately 11×17 inches (28x43cm)
| Price – $9.84
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Brilliant, yes it is.
The brilliance of the movie itself lies in its realism. Creating a broad and deep history for Spinal Tap (complete with “old” interview tapes, music videos and press conferences), the writers have hit every note authentically. Guest, McKean and Shearer (with Reiner) wrote as well as perform all the music themselves, blurring the lines between real and fictional. With only a bare-bones outline of a script and lots of a certain genius for this sort of comedy, the entire movie has an improvisational vibe and the feel of a real documentary—which, in a sense—it is. More here
Dr. Shrinker gets a hold of Stonehenge.
Because this fake documentary looks so authentic, the movie is not the kind of parody where the jokes are so obvious and over the top. Rather, the jokes in This Is Spinal Tap are more subtle and could easily pass as embarassing real-life moments that the band members allow to be included in the documentary. For example, Spinal Tap faces a bit of trouble when their latest album cover is deemed too sexist and various stores refuse to sell it. Later, the band attends a promotional event where they would autograph copies of their new album. The only problem: nobody shows up. Perhaps my favorite moment is when a model of Stonehenge to be constructed for a concert comes out totally wrong, because the model’s dimensions were idiotically read in inches, not feet. More here
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