Ok I’ll admit to this one, I cheated a bit. I didn’t “read” this book, instead it was the audio book read by Bruce Campbell himself, which was great for many reasons. First off I think that might be the way to go with this one because Bruce Campbell is great, he adds a lot to the way he reads this, as he should seeing as how he wrote it. As far as the book itself goes it’s a fictional (I hope) tale of Bruce landing a supporting role in a Mike Nichols romantic comedy called ‘Let’s Make Love’. The movie stars Richard Gere and Renee Zellweger. The story basically takes us through Bruce being out of work, to landing the part to him doing massive amounts of research for the role, most of which very unnecessary. Then takes some twists and turns and becomes truly ridiculous in the fashion of most things you’d expect involving Bruce. This book was really fun to read (or listen to I guess), if you’re a Bruce Campbell fan you should definitely look into this and even if you’re not and you just like fun you’ll probably find yourself enjoying it too.
Posted on October 1, 2009 by Uncle Critic