Griffin Mill time and again talks about the set movie formulas that go into the making of blockbusters. However, the reflective strain in the movie extends much beyond the formula theory to eke out varied other standard activities and promotional ploys which make a hit movie.
The other hackneyed element of the film production that varied characters in the movie tend to unify on is the power commanded by the big stars. Throughout the movie almost 60 recognizable film celebrities walk through the movie, thereby evoking much smiles and ridicule as to the star power and the way it minimizes the artistic and creative aspects of the much followed world of cinema. The Player as a movie relies on the film history and the works and attributes of an array of filmmakers and actors to frame them in a very different context that is not only wryly funny, but also ekes out the standard, set and generalized in the world of cinema. The ideationally hegemonic and trivialized aspect of the Hollywood well seeps out of the dialogues stated by varied actors. Many of the times it is Hollywood that is the topic of choice delved upon by an array of actors who emphatically convey the standard Hollywood jokes and peculiarities and present Hollywood as an industrial churner of entertainment, rather than being a creative