Two mid level Hollywood losers attempt to find redemption, revenge and meaning in their lives through celebrity tennis tournaments.

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Danny Macklin
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Gary Morgan
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Hector
Mike Horan ...
Henchman #1
Lupe Aguirre ...
Henchman #2
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Himself
Zoltan Sarkany ...
Bartender
Leonard Knight ...
Leonard
Debbie Trejo ...
Assistant to Hector (as Debbie Shreve-Trejo)
Mike Logue ...
Mike Macklin
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Christy
Finn Logue ...
Finn Williams
Sunny Amoreena ...
Herself
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Kat
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Two mid level Hollywood losers attempt to find redemption, revenge and meaning in their lives through celebrity tennis tournaments.

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1 January 2006 (USA)  »

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Circuito de Estrelas  »

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Courtney Conte: Let me, let me explain something to you, okay. In the not-too-distant past, this company had eight shows on the air at the same time. Our last show, Everybody's Buddy, the Johnnie Green Show, you know, was the greatest syndication sale in television history. Okay? Today I've got two shows on the air and you are the star of one of them. You know, the crew looks to the star for leadership, for morale. And morale is pretty fucking low when the star of the show is sleeping on dirty laundry on an ...
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lazy and predictable plot
19 July 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The movie has some few good moments but in general, it takes SIDEWAYS concept of the story of two losers that find out some orientation through a common passion (in this case, Tennis). Beside of some technical errors (out of focus scenes and editing mistakes, beside others), the characters stand far from you so you never get involved with their feelings. It is more a plain cartoon than a black comedy.

Nevertheless, there are some fresh jokes on the movie that can be enjoyable if you are related to movie industry, otherwise, you will pass them without pity or glory. The happy ending is predictable and it will satisfy audience, because of Jason Isaacs's great performer as a deceitful, arrogant and hypocritical movie star.


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