William Shatner's Gonzo Ballet (2009)
Directed by Patrick Buckley, Bobby Ciraldo, Kevin Layne, Andrew Swant
Written by (? - this is a documentary) Margot Stappington
This is a documentary about a ballet inspired by William Shatner's spoken and sung works. It does not include any shots of him dancing because those would be interesting. It was, however, an official selection of numerous backwoods "international film festivals."
This was crappy all around. I'm writing before Leila does her synopsis [she later decided to not even bother with this], so I don't know if there will be some repetition here but this documentary was essentially a shitty vanity project about a rich woman's shitty vanity project. William Shatner wasn't anywhere close to being the star.
This movie is the story of one woman's quest to set dancing around William Shatner's music and spoken word stuff. It's a thoroughly boring story, about convincing some second-rate Midwest ballet company to take on the project and how, essentially, Shatner and Ben Folds were all too happy to oblige. OK, lady. That's great. Now, show us the dancing. OK, now stop showing us the dancing. It doesn't match the audio at all.
Just, go away.