A group of aspiring entertainers try to establish careers for themselves in the city of Los Angeles.
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Mohammed A (kr) wrote: This movie is telling us something very important and fabulous way
Sandra C (gb) wrote: I have never written a review before this. This movie moved me beyond words. It is a must see for anyone who has experienced cancer. If you have not experienced cancer it is still a great movie. Heartfelt, deeply moving and funny too. Samantha Morton who plays Annie Parker is excellent and her performance is as good as any I have ever seen. She will win awards for this. Helen Hunt is also very good as the scientist who discovers the breast cancer gene. Even though the characters don't really interact much they are connected throughout the film by the same goal and are both looking for the same answers. It is a very clever way of telling the story which engaged my husband and I throughout. I want to see it again!
Sean W (es) wrote: It doesn't hurt to be fan of Albert Brooks. He's got his own sense of comedy and in this flick, underplay is key. The premise is a little silly but you go with it and it excels in some spots. In most, it doesn't. The movie gets us half way there but it doesn't deliver as much comedy as a culture clash of this magnitude might suggest. The movie's ending also comes out of left field, as if studio execs barged into the room and said, "You're out of money. Wrap up the flick."
Jennifer T (it) wrote: It was okay. Not my favorite lifetime movie. You get to see what this lady went through with her children. Based on a true story. I thought Zac Efron did pretty good as a kid whose autistic.
Rachel D (gb) wrote: it brings up so many things that i've actually been through in my life...a little close to home with the mother with alzheimer's. overall an interesting movie.
Scott B (de) wrote: Makes "Drive" look like "Bullitt", and that's saying something.
Satya P (kr) wrote: Ben Kingsley is just evil...
Ryan B (au) wrote: Really enjoyed this film. Chris (George Kennedy) takes the lead role in this one, leading the magnificent seven to a jail break. Worth a watch
Matt S (ca) wrote: I agree with the other reviewers that Judy Holliday is the best thing this funny film has going for it. She is delightful to watch. Goofy, loving, and always charming. Frank Gorshin's hilarious Brando impression is also worthy of praise. I found some of the musical numbers to be boring, but the film is otherwise entertaining.
Jody H (jp) wrote: Cheap low budget stupid story line nonsense ***yawn***