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In a World...
- Starring: Alexandra Holden, Demetri Martin, Fred Melamed, Geena Davis, Jeff Garlin, Ken Marino, Lake Bell, Michaela Watkins, Nick Offerman, Rob Corddry
- Director: Lake Bell
- Genre(s): Comedy
- Rating: R
- Running Time: 93 min.
An underachieving vocal coach is motivated by her father, the king of movie-trailer voice-overs, to pursue her aspirations of becoming a voice-over star. Amidst pride, sexism and family dysfunction, she sets out to change the voice of a generation.
"In a World… is pretty much a perfect movie, chock full of fun, endless laughter, realistic love and that all-important magical movie ingredient — originality."- Amanda May Meyncke, Film.com
"While the film is hysterical, its real strength lies in the way it is able to deal with an issue like sexism in the industry and work it out in a funny, honest and very real way."- Katie Walsh, The Playlist
"To call Lake Bell a magnetic, intelligent, blithely screwball leading lady in the Carole Lombard tradition might be selling her short. With In a World… , a rollicking laffer about the cutthroat voiceover biz in Los Angeles, she proves herself a comedy screenwriter to be reckoned with."- John Anderson, Variety
"Bell captures the insularity of certain professional pockets of Hollywood, with all their petty rivalries and backstabbing. But she's sharpest in her exploration of what makes women desire success, and what prevents them from getting it."- Stephanie Zacharek, Village Voice
"A pitch-perfect comedy."- Adam Nayman, The Globe and Mail (Toronto)
"Sweet, witty and exquisitely observed, In A World... sees the emergence of an exciting talent: any agents looking for a new triple threat should ring that Bell."- Ali Gray, Empire