Hollywoo is a Gallic take on Hollywood, half in French (subtitled) and half in English. A middle-aged Fench VoiceOver artist discovers her career is finished when the Hollywood actress who she dubs (badly) into French quits the soap opera. Rather than do something sensible, she travels to Hollywood, can't get admittance to the star's residence, or anywhere else, and eventually takes up with a loopy French con man who gets her into places.
When things take off, they don't go bananas, and this is more of a chuckler than a gut-laugher (except for the wonderful moment near the end from which the film gets its name). What is magnificent is the cast of wonderfully observed minor characters from a useless hotel do-it-all to a frustrated PA, a maniacal security guard, a gang of rappers, a would be Starsky and Hutch police combo and a bored passport officer. Half the characters are slightly crackers, and the other half are doing things which are crackers because it's the American system.
Great bilingual entertainment. The French is relatively easy and clear, if you want to watch it to partly improve your language skills.
Slight, but magnificent.