An abused Hollywood production assistant who wants to direct discovers the easy way to fame and fortune in HIJACKING HOLLYWOOD. As a filmland satire, it's no THE PLAYER (1992) or THE LOVED ONE (1965), but the film does have some amusing moments.
Film school graduate Kevin Conroy (Henry Thomas) moves from Detroit to Hollywood to work as a production assistant on a new movie by blockbuster producer Michael Lawrence (Mark Metcalf), his aunt's ex-husband. Needing a place to live, he answers an ad and moves in with Tad (Neil Mandt), an amiable
sort who is determined to work in movies even though he has no particular talents. Kevin is put to work under production coor...