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A classic romantic comedy! You know it's good when you want this badly for the characters to end up together.
A silly and highly improbable film with just enough charm to make it worth watching.
Clever, cute, unsurprising, but with a lot of heart.
Enjoyable and fun Sunday afternoon cuddle love story intertwined with a satirical look at Hollywood. It was cute. I'd have given it more stars if it wasn't for the awful and cheesy soundtrack throughout.
passable romcom about a star-struck tram-driver in hollywood. the friend (sams) did a good job, alongside piven & fenn.
I wanted to like this. The beginning seemed promising enough. But it just goes in the least original direction imaginable. Come on, it's bad enough when you're another film about being an aspiring actor/writer/director/etc. Do you have to be completely formulaic about it? The cast isn't bad though. Jeremy Piven does a passable job in a role that seems to have been written for his buddy John Cusack. Jeffrey D. Sams also does well in his supporting role. But the rest of the cast falls flat, and some decent dialogue isn't enough to save this film from its own total lack of imagination or risk.
This was a great movie. Piven is hilarious and vulnerable.
would you be able to forgive someone this easily?
on this on is about a charli driving who falls in love by writting a story for this actor
Harold a tour bus driver meets Hollywood movie star Amanda Clark. Amanda mistakes Harold for a writter and asks him to rewrite her new movie. Now Harold must keep his true job from her while trying to learn the one she thinks he has.
Jeremy Piven is brilliant. He makes Harold so charming, loveable & romantic. You can't help but root for him. He gets to do what all us movie lovers dream of doing.