'Reality Queen' Preview: London Logo makes a big fool of herself on screen and it is hard to not cringe while watching this movie
The film appears to be a sad attempt to recreate a part of the vainglorious life of Paris Hilton. The film contains redundant jokes about her infamous nip-slips and obvious blonde moments.
'Reality Queen' is a ridiculous mockumentary that was probably made in a rush. What is also unpardonable that renowned actors appeared in a film like this. Hands down, the trailer was the only funny part of this film since they carefully picked out all the comedy scenes from the entire movie. What's a mockumentary about reality TV without a bunch of Kardashian-like figures in it! The three sisters, Kristy Kim, Klara, and Klark steal the show, quite literally.
The crux of this film lies in the glam and glitzy full life of London Logo trying to reclaim her celebrity title through an interview and a documentary on her life. It attempts to address the question—"Is London Logo a business and marketing genius or is she just an entitled beneficiary of an overwhelmingly ignorant American public." The film also appears to be a sad attempt to recreate a part of the vainglorious life of Paris Hilton. The film contains redundant jokes about her infamous nip-slips and obvious blonde moments.
London's representation of Paris Hilton is extremely exaggerated as she lives up to the stereotypical representation of a typical blonde who cannot differentiate between Dolly Parton and Dalai Lama, who she casually refers to as "Dolly" as she can't tell them apart. It only gets worse as she is even more pathetic with English and grammar. Grammar Nazis need to find her and if they do, they will flog her for sure.
The film also tom toms A-list stars in its cast, but then they barely have any reel time on screen. Denise Richards has an onscreen time of barely 25 minutes in total and Mike Tyson has barely three minutes of screen time. Denise Richards plays the role of London's best friend named Angelina Streisand who she also refers to as London's Yoda. Well, baby Yoda most definitely won't be pleased.
Diana Smelt‑Marlin, the woman who interviews London, is probably scarred for life after seeing the kind of person London is. With atrocious content flowing out of London's mouth, it became very visually and audibly difficult for the interviewer to keep a straight face and not cringe. As much as she's trying to keep a straight face, London's behavior only becomes more unbearable.
Hit or miss? We say a definite miss because you don't want to choke your way right into the new year.
'Reality Queen!' premieres on January 10, 2020, and will also be made available On Demand post its release.