Run Ronnie Run

Run Ronnie Run

Infobox_Film
name = Run Ronnie Run


caption = Film poster from "Run Ronnie Run"
director = Troy Miller
producer = Mark Burg
Oren Koules
Troy Miller
writer = David Cross
Bob Odenkirk
Scott Aukerman
BJ Porter
Brian Posehn
starring = David Cross
Bob Odenkirk
David Koechner
Jill Talley
music = Scott Aukerman
Maynard James Keenan
Eban Schletter
cinematography = Shaun Maurer
editing = Dean Holland
distributor = New Line Cinema (USA)
released = September 16, 2003
runtime = 86 min.
language = English
imdb_id = 0258100|

"Run Ronnie Run" is a movie spin-off from the popular HBO sketch comedy show "Mr. Show". The recurring character Ronnie Dobbs (David Cross) is the focal point of the movie. It was directed by Troy Miller.

Plot

Ronnie Dobbs, a redneck petty criminal whose scams were caught on tape by a "Cops"-like television show called "Fuzz", is noticed by failing infomercial personality/inventor Terry Twillstein (Bob Odenkirk), who sees Dobbs's popularity with lowbrow viewers. He promotes the idea to television executives for a show, "Ronnie Dobbs Gets Arrested" in which he is arrested in a different city each week. The show becomes phenomenally successful, making Dobbs rich and famous and changing his life dramatically.

Cast

Many of the regular cast members of "Mr. Show" made appearances, including Jill Talley as Dobbs's occasional wife, and several Hollywood actors made cameos, usually as themselves. Unlike on "Mr. Show", where they each played a wide variety in every episode, Odenkirk and Cross each play a single character throughout the film, with the exception of a brief appearance by R&B duo Three Times One Minus One. Jack Black starred as a chimney sweep and sings the song "Kick in the Cunt".

Production difficulties

The film experienced a troubled production. Cross and Odenkirk, the principal writers and actors, disowned the final version. Odenkirk accused the director of seizing control of the editing process and refusing to speak directly with him and Cross [http://www.bobanddavid.com/interviews.asp] . Cross demanded to receive no creditation or any part of the revenues. Though the film was screened at the 2002 Sundance Film Festival, it never reached theaters. New Line Cinema held the film for over 2 years before releasing a final cut direct-to-video in 2003.

Critical reception

The film was not reviewed by many critics. Rotten Tomatoes lists 6 positive reviews and 2 negative reviews. [ [http://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/run_ronnie_run/ Run Ronnie Run - Movie Reviews, Trailers, Pictures - Rotten Tomatoes ] ] Bob Odenkirk described the movie as awkwardly edited and generally overrated due to its mistreatment by New Line Cinema.Fact|date=January 2008

ee also

*Bob Odenkirk
*David Cross
*Mr. Show
*Ronnie Dobbs

References

External links

*imdb title|id=0258100|title=Run Ronnie Run
* [http://web.archive.org/web/20070821193013/http://www.bobanddavid.com/interviews.asp Bob Odenkirk critiques the film]


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