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Mr. Write (1994)

PG-13 | | Comedy, Drama | 6 May 1994 (USA)
Aspiring writer (with no talent) gets a job on a TV commercial, falls for an advertising executive.

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Cast

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Charlie Fischer
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Nicole Barnes
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Dan Barnes
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Roger
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Billy (as Tom Wilson)
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Wylie
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Lawrence
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Roz
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Dad
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Shelly
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Rachel
Bernard Hocke ...
Jake
Renee Souli ...
Peg
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Restaurant Host
Gloria Fishman ...
Mother in Play
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Aspiring writer (with no talent) gets a job on a TV commercial, falls for an advertising executive.

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Charlie's got a bad case of writer's block...And her name is Nicole!

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Comedy | Drama

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6 May 1994 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Don't Stop Now  »

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1.85 : 1
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Trivia

Feature film debut of Robert Kelker-Kelly. See more »

Quotes

Mr. Rhett: What the hell were you doing up there? Do you think acting is just standing up on a stage, mumbling lines? Is THAT what you think, Mr. Arrogant Playwright? You're a BABY! You DISGUST me! You're VOMIT! You're COMPLETE and ABSOLUTE, VOMIT!
Charlie: So, in other words, you didn't like it?
Mr. Rhett: Get off the stage, VOMIT. I said, Get Off The Stage! You're hopeless. You're all hopeless...
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Crazy Credits

The real natural orange box is the product of Elena & Alexander Deutsch See more »

Connections

References L.A. Law (1986) See more »

Soundtracks

Gimme A Little Sign
Performed by Brenton Wood
Courtesy of Original Sound Record Co. Inc.
c/o Original Sound Entertainment
Written by Brenton Wood (as Alfred Smith), Hal Winn and Joseph Hooven
Published by Bonnyview Music Corp. (ASCAP)
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Romantic comedy with little romance and even less humor
4 March 2001 | by (Broken Bow, Oklahoma) – See all my reviews

Paul Reiser, a.k.a. Mr. Gesture, did ok in this one, but it was still a dog. The dialogue was beyond droll and juvenile, and the story went way beyond anything even remotely interesting. I always enjoy the shows where all the troubles and strife are overcome in the end when the pair unite in love forever. Ahhhh....romance. However, this one didn't bring it off: in fact, I am amazed it even got through production. BYPASS!


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