The Marc Pease Experience [DVD]
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Marc Pease (Jason Schwartzman) and his a cappela group Meridian 8 are about to hit the big time. Undeterred by the fact that Meridian 8 by now only consist of 4 members, Marc Pease is convinced he can land a record deal. He only needs his old music teacher Mr. Gribble (Ben Stiller) to help them one last time... But even his supportive girlfriend Meg (Anna Kendrick) has her doubts as she knows Marc s dark secret: he ruined Mr. Gribble s most ambitious production 8 years ago....
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The Marc Pease experience is largely a musical feature, the songs are well written and sung by the capable cast (most surprising is Anna Kendrick's note-perfect singing voice) and it's always a high-school-musical feeling number. At several points in the film I got annoyed with Jason Schwartzmann's irrational delusions of grandeur as it felt two-dimensional and frustrating. Ben Stiller's character is disgustingly saccharine for the most part but has a very nasty side to him and this is the only acting present in the whole film as most of the cast seem to be content playing cardboard cutouts.
There isn't really much of a message in the film and the ending left me feeling indifferent as I had nothing in common with the protagonist (something 99.9% of viewers will feel) and resultantly it was very difficult to empathise with Marc Pease. Light on laughs and story, you may enjoy this for the musical aspect, but little else.