It sounds like a budding writer's dream: a bestselling first novel, a luxurious house in Malibu, and a trophy wife... But it all unravels when writer's block and a failed marriage send Richard McMurray (Campbell Scott, The Exorcism of Emily Rose) out into the streets.
- Stars:David Cross, Caleigh White, Campbell Scott, Alex Kingston, Izabella Miko, Lizzy Caplan, Devin Barry, Holly Reiser, Alexandra Safford, Alayna Corrick, Duane Clark, Randall Hastings, Nora Kirkpatrick, Nash Garrison, Patrick Graves,
- Director:Gary Walkow,
- Writer:Gary Walkow (screenplay), Gary Walkow (story), Alain Silver (story)
Having been kicked out of his house by his wife, writer Richard McMurray crashes on the couch of two sexy co-eds where he just might find the inspiration to complete his second novel. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(br) wrote: This movie could have been a 5 star movie had it not had Larry David in the starring role but another actor good at playing an obsessive egomaniacal failure. Otherwise, this just came across as a gigantic episode of "Curb Your Enthusiasm." Supporting cast made up for a lot including Jon Hamm and Danny McBride. Michael Keaton had a nice role as well and a great cameo by Liev Schrieber.
(gb) wrote: Proof of what happens when film school rejects and college deadbeats masquerading as actors get a hold of cameras and a small budget. As if these hacks having the means to create this drivel weren't galling enough, they took a good premise and utterly raped it in a back alley, leaving it for DEAD. Get it? Just like the movie title! Go easy on me. I'm trying to heal myself after watching this. GAHHHHHH. >:(
(kr) wrote: great Movie with great dancers
(gb) wrote: Not as bad as I thought - some plot holes but some very scary effects and good acting all round. Definately don't watch alone at night! Lol!
(nl) wrote: Ozu inspired film of rare beauty. Mark Lee and HHH do it again. I loved the tatami level shots so beloved of the old master.
(jp) wrote: The third to last scene where Meg recites her poem for the competition is unforgettable.
(nl) wrote: Stark Raving Bad. It's always a good idea to not lock or barricade the door when robbing a bank. Especially after the Chinese food delivery guy comes in, don't bother to remember even then. A ridiculous wanna-be comedy with terrible dialog and laughable lettering for the credits. The sex/safe drilling scene is epic, but other than that, steer clear.
(es) wrote: terrible script for a workable premise, it's over-thinking and bad acting that sinks this Titanic full of high-voltage names..
(us) wrote: About as good as Cory Haim's heartbeat right about now.
(nl) wrote: Nice sports flick, albeit dated... Interesting look into professional football. Although dated, one can get a good look at what players go through to stay in the game.
(ru) wrote: Not as bad as I feared. It plods a LOT (it's appropriate that it's set during an ice age, because it's glacially paced...ZING!), but I still kinda liked it. Nothing I need to purchase or even watch again, necessarily, but I found it to be fairly interesting.
(us) wrote: interesting how much of this film is still relevant today. it was a different role to see katharine in, which was nice and she did marvelous job at it. a very sweet and sad movie, that should not be passed by.
(br) wrote: I see a reality in the fantasy world which involved history, past, and great figures that ever lived in this Earth!