Review by Richard Caldwell
Love can be inescapable for a select few people. Fame and celebrity status uplifts the inescapable form of love. Those in the spotlight are constantly adored by their legions of fans. However, what happens when you’re no longer the toast of the party. “Reality Queen” is a film that asks that tough question.
London Logo is a celebrity “it” girl. She’s sometimes referred to as a marketing genius. However, some people think she’s just the product of a dumbed down public. Either can be true, but the fact remains that London is a certified star. That was until she was overshadowed by Kristy Kim. What will London do now that there’s a new “it” girl in town.
Overall I enjoyed this film. The satirical format of the film is something that caught my attention early. “Reality Queen” is a story many viewers will be able to understand easily. It’s not the funniest film, but, like films such as “Not Another Teen Movie,” it has it’s moments. I think is a film viewers will enjoy if given the chance.