Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 3
Rated 2 out of 5 For Bruce fans only!
As a film, this is horrible. However, as a Bruce Campbell fan, it is mildly entertaining. This is a parody of B-rate film and TV done in campy comic book style. This is not one of Campbell's better works. For fellow Bruce Campbell fans, I would recommend that they purchase "Burn Notice".
Rated 4 out of 5 by MagicCarpet Bubba Ho-Tep
This movie comes with a very nice case that looks like a shirt Elvis himself would wear.It's a very good horror/dark comedy film that stars Bruce Campbell that does a great job as Elvis.Personally I believe this is Bruce Campbell's best film and is certainly worth a buy for Campbell fan's.
Rated 5 out of 5 by KelexYN a GREAT movie
"My Name Is Bruce" is a real love song of sorts to all Bruce Campbell fans, but it's also a kind of commentary on how people and fans perceive celebrities. There are homages to all of Bruce's past projects in there, as well as some that show up from his books, "Make Love! The Bruce Campbell Way" and "If Chins Could Kill: Confessions of a B-Movie Actor." While playing an obvious parody of himself in some respects (he is NOT an alcoholic, nor does he live in a Silver Bullet trailer) there are plenty of instances where the real Bruce Campbell's personality shines through. Many faces from Campbell's past show up, from Danny Hicks to Ted Raimi (playing multiple roles, as always) to Ellen Sandweiss. That being said, it is not in any way a "niche" movie that markets only to his fans. Anyone who is a fan of dark (not quite black!) comedy and bean curd would do well to check this movie out!