Finding Mr. Wright
Clark Townsend is on his way to the top. Not only is he one of the hottest young men in West Hollywood who just bought his very first condo, but he has successfully managed to turn his best friend and first client Eddy Malone - a talented, eccentric party girl - from a beautiful, unknown starlet into one of the most sought-after actresses in Hollywood.
- Stars:Matthew Montgomery, Rebekah Kochan, David Moretti, Jason Stuart, Scotch Ellis Loring, Edward Gusts, Rasool J'Han, Keye Chen, Evan Miller, Cameron Cash, Ryan Anthony,
- Director:Nancy Criss,
- Writer:Jake Helgren
When an ambitious, serious-minded talent manager is forced to attend a wilderness therapy retreat weekend to save his disastrous, Hollywood-starlet client's career, he has no clue he is ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Finding Mr. Wright torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: Film is interesting and well structured but too much of gay stuff and porno scenes which are gratuitous.
(de) wrote: Well then, J-Splatter gets itself another crazy/silly, but decent enough, entry.
(nl) wrote: Has some nice cinematography and action sequences, but overall fails at telling an enjoyable story with any likable characters.
(nl) wrote: Not a bad movie, and a very good adaptation of the series. There are a few bad moments, and I would have liked to see more than 4 of Ben's alien's, but it has some good action and the cast does a good job.
(gb) wrote: Such an excellent year for film. Clooney outperformes a smart script and superb direction in one of 2007's best.
(ru) wrote: Easily the series high point.
(au) wrote: Muccino's male-centric sex-com tackles relationships with broad strokes & a hint of misogyny, but great finale redeems it.
(ca) wrote: I think Maggie plays well. And because of this movie, I begin to like her
(au) wrote: I caught this on IFC before and was bored to death and may have not even finished watching it but McGregor was pretty good. Still if an actor is decent in a incredibly boring movie what merit does it hold?
(kr) wrote: kinda corny but you can't help but watch & eventually enjoy.
(ag) wrote: Stallone tried a little to hard at times, but still this was a great movie.
(ca) wrote: Andy Griffith rose to fame through his early comedic albums (such as his hilarious description of the game of football) and his performance in the teleplay "No Time For Sergeants", a role he returned to on Broadway and then finally...in this feature length film version from 1958. Griffith is funny as the happy-go-lucky but not too bright Will Stockdale, a country boy drafted into the US Air Force. Griffith is great in the lead, and you can see why he became popular enough to garner his own TV series...and if you watch the early episodes of "The Andy Griffith Show" you can see that Griffith is playing Stockdale and his persona from his records a bit, before toning it down to become the best straight man in sitcom history. Don Knotts also has a small role in the film, but a memorable one.
(kr) wrote: This World War II Hitchcock picture starts as a merchant ship sinks, and then follows as some of it's passengers come aboard a lifeboat...only one of the new passengers on this lifeboat is a German. I really enjoyed this film, which kept it's setting small (it never leaves the boat), but has fine characterizations and a concise but effective story. Entertaining and smart, well worth viewing.
(kr) wrote: Yes 5 stars. This film was smartly written, produced and directed. It had the What If premise throughout coinciding with varying degrees of thought - philosophical presence underlying each scene to the rather somber conclusion. The acting was great and the motive behind this unique film was no doubt to garner thought and try to answer the age old question of "what if" presented in various scenarios involving "end of the world."I highly and strongly recommend this film. It may not leave you with a smile on your face but it will give you what feels like a PhD.