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A wealthy couple attempts to give back to their community by handing out giant lollipops to the local homeless population in the mockumentary-style directorial debut of The Office star Jenna Fischer. On the surface, James and Jenna (real-life husband and wife team James Gunn and Jenna Fischer) couldn't be more charitable, but a closer look at their newfound philanthropy points to a more self-serving motivation. Beneath their shallow veneer, all James and Jenna care about is using their preposterous new charity to mix in with the jet set and keep themselves in the public eye. As desperate James attempts to get his mediocre art to the masses by using it to wrap the lollipops and self-absorbed Jenna tries to land the funding needed to drive her outlandish endeavor, the would-be charitable couple's inherent inability to truly connect with those who they claim to be helping grows increasingly obvious to everyone except themselves.

Product Details

Release Date: 03/14/2006
UPC: 0790357931194
Original Release: 2004
Source: Troma
Region Code: 0
Time: 1:20:00

Special Features

Commentary with director/star Jenna Fischer, James Gunn, Stephen Blackehart, and Peter Alton - The Making of Lollilove: 30 - minute featurette including interviews with cast and filmmakers; Deleted scenes & outtakes; Interviews with Jenna Fischer and James Gunn from Make Your Own Damn Movie! 5-DVD box set - Slither-ing through hollywood: Exclusive footage from the set of James Gunn's new movie, Slither - Classic troma movie introductions with Stephen Blackehart and James Gunn - A classic scene from Tromeo and Juliet featuring Stephen Blackehart; Original trailer for Rockabilly Vampire; Starring Stephen Blackehart and more!

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
James Gunn James
Jenna Fischer Jenna
Linda Cardellini Linda
Jason Segel Jason
Judy Greer Judy
Sarah Sido Actor
Jennifer Eolin Actor
Larry Fitzgibbon Actor
Michelle Martin Actor
Will McCormack Actor
Joan Blair Actor
Lloyd Kaufman Actor

Technical Credits
Jenna Fischer Director,Screenwriter
Peter Alton Score Composer,Cinematographer,Editor,Screenwriter
Stephen Blackehart Producer
Noah Blough Sound/Sound Designer
Richard Burton Sound/Sound Designer
Troy DeVolld Co-producer
Daniel Golding Associate Producer
James Gunn Executive Producer
Andrew J. Stratmann Asst. Director
Willie Wisely Score Composer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Lollilove
1. Giving Something Back [5:55]
2. Corporate Cold Calls [5:46]
3. Public Awareness [7:53]
4. Kathy Rohl [6:01]
5. Presentation to Larry Fitzgibbon [10:12]
6. Parking Lot Problems [5:38]
7. Father Lloyd [4:53]
8. Self-Defense Training [5:10]
9. Giving Out Lollipops [12:56]

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LolliLove 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
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Directed by and starring Jenna Fischer who most people will know from her role in the American version of The Office tv series. Her very natural acting abilities make it very easy to forget that the documentary LolliLove you are watching, is actually a skillfully scripted and directed film. Fischer wrote her directorial debut with Peter Alton and (uncredited) her real-life husband James Gunn (writer of the Scooby Doo films, Dawn of the Dead remake and Tromeo and Juliet and writer/director of Slither) . Gunn also plays her husband in the film as well, and as he has shown briefly in Tromeo & Juliet, his acting is of the same lifelike quality as Jenna’s. Lollilove is about those people who try to do the right thing by devoting themselves to a charity project for all the wrong reasons and without any genuine knowledge or understanding of the badly treated individuals in our society they try to help, and even worse so: without any interest in them apart from the opportunity to show off as a better person themselves. And the saddest thing is that they don’t even know or realize this themselves. A very dark comedy that is never too funny and sometimes gut-wrenchingly showing the mental poverty of those who are looked upon as being well off. With this film as her debut as a film director, it should only be common sense to be confident that Jenna Fischer has a rich career ahead of her. The feature film is done justice with a rich collection of extra’s on Troma’s dvd presentation that would make Criterion proud. A very informative and entertaining audio-commentary by Fisher and Gunn with Peter Alton and producer Stephen Blackeheart (100 million BCfriends, a very detailed behind the scenes documentary and a rich collection of deleted scenes and interviews with the Gunns, but also historic film introductions with James Gunn and Stephen Blackeheart from various Troma films, exclusive footage from the set of James Gunn’s Slither and much more. Also starring Linda Cardellini (E.R., Broke Back Mountain), Jason Segel (CSI), Joan M. Blair (Donnie Darko, E.R.), Lloyd Kaufman (Terror Firmer) and many more, this is a star studded film that would have been a huge hit if it wasn’t released by a blacklisted small independent film studio. Do yourself a favor and see this film. Buy it. Enjoy it. Highly recommended!