Paul is a frustrated but like able Casting Director who has dreams of finally making his own feature film. To get his life on track again and win back his girlfriend he decides to make a film about his job, love life and all the funny things that happen behind the scenes at the casting agency.


“Casting Me” is a black comedy that feels a smidge too longer than it should be. That being said, it works as a base comedy. While I can’t truly relate to any of the characters, the situations at hand provide a decent amount of laughter. That being said, does it means it’s good? I could ask that of a lot of films.

The scripting is bold, yet has room for improv. That being said, you’re in trouble if I like the cat more than any of the actors. The cat was cool as hell, but he was no dog from The Artist. But, I didn’t think the human actors in The Artist were on par with that dog. That dog was awesome. Oh yeah, back on topic. Official Review: Movie better than once thought!

The DVD comes with a commentary track, featurettes, trailers and production diaries as the special features. The A/V Quality is strong enough for an indie flick. Still, there is some digital noise on the transfer. It’s not terrible, but it is noticeable. In the end, I’d recommend a purchase.

RELEASE DATE: 12/03/2013


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