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.

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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Steve T (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.

Dan Y (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. >:(

Priscilla L (kr) wrote: great Movie with great dancers

Rebecca R (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!

Mithun G (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.

Caleb O (jp) wrote: The third to last scene where Meg recites her poem for the competition is unforgettable.

Tim M (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.

Thomas P (es) wrote: terrible script for a workable premise, it's over-thinking and bad acting that sinks this Titanic full of high-voltage names..

Tim F (us) wrote: About as good as Cory Haim's heartbeat right about now.

John P (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.

Chris O (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.

Jennifer C (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.

Ruly R (br) wrote: I see a reality in the fantasy world which involved history, past, and great figures that ever lived in this Earth!