A single-minded man focused on finding the girl of his dreams the perfect vision he's created in his mind's eye. True love is right around the corner as long as he doesn't lose sight of ... See full summary »
A music program is broken and the students unruly, Jazz the teacher must fix both. To tame the savage beasts, he taps their mutual interests in music to pull the students together to salvage their senior class pride.
When a thirty-something couple set aside the home furnishings catalogue and decide to rekindle their relationship, they return to their old neighborhood and end up squatting illegally in their twenty-something lives.
A single-minded man focused on finding the girl of his dreams the perfect vision he's created in his mind's eye. True love is right around the corner as long as he doesn't lose sight of what he's looking for. Nick is about to discover, true love can be found in the strangest of places... and in the strangest of girls. Written by
Mark Maine placed the song "Nothing's Wrong Nothing's Right" in the soundtrack of The Month of August. The song was written and sung by his son Brandon Maine and his other son Kory Maine is the drummer in the band Pound Foolish. All this was courtesy of the _Nothing's Right (2001 short)_. See more »
Written by Carol Ames & David Beldock
Performed by Carol Ames
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The amazing thing about this script, I learned while talking to the director after the showing at the 2003 Hollywood Underground Film Festival, was that it was the writer's first attempt. The story has a good pace and doesn't drag in the second act the way so many romantic comedies do... August is a well-drawn character, and the scene where they meet in the men's room is really a very strong example of solid comedic writing.
There are a few issues I had with the film, but they were not enough to deter the fact that it was solidly written, well acted, and competently directed. Very nicely done.
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