Albert Brooks' The Muse is definitely one of the best Hollywood satires in recent memory. Albert Brooks stars as a screenwriter whose lost 'his edge as screenwriter in Hollywood. His friend tells him a well kept secret about a muse (Sharon Stone) who is able to help him with his creative drought. As the film progresses we being to realize that this woman is pretty much responsible for all of the successes of Hollywood. Albert Brooks' The Mose is a satire, that keeps things rather gentile while creating a fun look into the like of an eccentric screenwriter. Sharon Stone gives one of her best performances as the droll muse, whose demanding ways begin to get on the nerves of Brooks. Its not a hilarious comedy by any means buts its charming, witty and smart enough to entertain. This isn't a profound film by any means but it features quite a few great cameos from huge hollywood icons like Martin Scorsese and James Cameron among others. The film or quasi-meta and while it pales in comparison to some of Brooks' best work, it's still a entertaining and clever satire about Hollywood.
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