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Enchanted (1998)

A man has all the answers when it comes to giving advice to friends, but when it comes to his own life, he is lost.




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Cast overview, first billed only:
David Russell
Natalie Ross
Allen Stinner
Ms. Robbins
George Anthony Baker ...
Andre Barnes
Michael Beaumont ...
Frank, The Guardian Angel
Sabrina Addams
Marble Jones
ESPN Reporter
Eric Paisley ...
Professor Rexford
Jennifer Ward ...
David's Mother
Mac Ingram ...
David's Father
Elizabeth Durden ...
Baby David
Kyle Coston ...
Toddler David
Michael Ward ...
10 yr. old David


A man has all the answers when it comes to giving advice to friends, but when it comes to his own life, he is lost.

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Between fantasy and reality lies the key to... true love







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1 May 1998 (USA)  »

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Go West  »

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When John Ward opens the notebook computer in a medium shot there is a shiny brand label on the cover. In the close-up, the label has been removed. See more »


Written by Stefan Hajek
Performed by Feel Love Fury
Published by Endymion Nomad Publishing & Feel Love Fury
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Watch out, Ed Wood!
16 July 2001 | by See all my reviews

Sometimes, the movie business can be a sick, sick venture. No, that's the the point of this painfully lame ego-fest about a recent film school grad who has troubles with life and celluloid. That's the impression you get after viewing this self-important bundle of cliches that is as tired as it is arrogant. After all, it's a mystery of epic proportions that something this bad could ever get produced.

I'm not so sure what's more offensive, the film's constant use of soft focus, or the fact that most porns have better acting, better dialogue, and more suspenseful plots.

David the filmmaker wants a girl. She wants stability. His responsible (read: bad) friend tries to swiper her away. Along the way, we learn that it's better to be a navel-gazing spewer of trite truths and drop casual and ineffective references to "Star Wars" and "A Few Good Men" because, gosh, those are movies no one thought to spoof. It reeks of "I just watched 'Good Will Hunting,' and now I want to be a screenwriter!"

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