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Writer:
John Melendez (writer)
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A modern-day romance that follows one man's quest to find the girl of his dreams. A girl who can agree that three is company. | Full synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order)

John Melendez ... Thomas

Bellamy Young ... Jennifer

Jeffrey Ross ... Ernie

Hudson Leick ... Darla
Suzanna Keller ... Theresa (as Suzanna Melendez)

Terryn Westbrook ... Denise

Mark Cuban ... Seamus

Mailon Rivera ... Benjamin

Jennifer Sciole ... Maria

Bonnie Aarons ... Lady in the bathroom

Allie McCulloch ... Charlene
Donna Pieroni ... Mrs. G

Bowie Sims ... Nicole (as Joanna Sims)
Gregory De Fazio ... NY Park Walker

Susanna Musotto ... Brunette at the Gym

Guilford Adams ... Mute Watkins
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Eric Anderson ... Suit

Madison Bauer ... Madison
Hallie Beaune ... Starship

Martin Beck ... Bum

Lacee Bingham ... Ida

Yves Bright ... Dude

Patrick Michael Buckley ... Paul / Vito

Jim J. Bullock ... Derek
Chrissy Carpenter ... Girl with baseball bat (as Christy Morgan)
Azalea Davila ... Girl in gym
Lance Eaton ... Bully #1

Beth Fraser ... Wheelchair girl (as Elizabeth Thieme)
Robert Funk ... Denise's Date
Dana Generally ... Club Bouncer

Molly Hanson ... Rhonda

Nicole Hawkyard ... Veronica

William Joseph Hill ... Bartender (as Bill Hill)

Elizabeth Ince ... Old Lady
Anthony Lauria ... Edgar

Jes Macallan ... Woman in bed

Modi ... Jermaine
Shelby O'Connell ... Shelby Birthday Girl
Franklyn Passmore III ... Abraham

Michael Perri ... Jimmy

Rena Riffel ... Tiffany

Elizabeth Rivera ... Attti - Jewish women

Logan Jay Stern ... Young Susanna

Kym Stys ... Fantasy Girl
Kathe Sweeney ... Woman being mugged

Sandra Taylor ... Sally

Diana Terranova ... Seamus Mistress
Zubayda Thurayyah ... Fantasy Girl
Liz Zazzi ... Leslie / Natalie

Directed by
Michael DeLorenzo 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
John Melendez  writer

Produced by
Mitchell Bard .... line producer: New York
Ellen English .... line producer
Caron Feldman .... producer
Marc Fiore .... executive producer
Marc Fiore .... producer
Danny Goodman .... line producer: New York
Greg Kiley .... executive producer
John Melendez .... executive producer
John Melendez .... producer
Christopher Mormando .... executive producer (as Chris Mormando)
 
Original Music by
Timothy Andrew Edwards 
 
Cinematography by
Massimo Zeri 
 
Film Editing by
Erica Jean 
 
Casting by
Allyson Bosch 
Caron Feldman 
 
Production Design by
Alicia Haverland 
 
Costume Design by
Carla Biggert 
 
Makeup Department
Elena Drokina .... key makeup artist
Melanie Rizzo .... key makeup artist
 
Production Management
Justin Besemer .... production boss
Greg Saraceno .... unit production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Josh Garrell .... second assistant director
Elaine Marie Gibson .... second second assistant director
Greg Saraceno .... second assistant director
Jim Whitworth .... first assistant director
 
Art Department
Carrie Hargett .... on-set dresser
Noah Henry .... props
Jeffrey David Lee .... set dresser
John Paul Lee .... lead man
Mike Nordenstrom .... construction coordinator
Christopher Reinig .... property master
 
Sound Department
James Barth .... dialog editor
Miriam Cole .... adr coordinator
Erik Diener .... boom operator
Casey A. Fife .... sound designer
Casey A. Fife .... sound editor
Alexandra Gallo .... boom operator
Aaron Grice .... additional boom operator
Sam C. Lewis .... adr recordist
Sam C. Lewis .... foley recordist
Zsolt Magyar .... sound mixer
Michael J. McDonald .... supervising sound editor (as Michael McDonald)
Mickey McMullen .... additional production sound mixer
Manuel Mendoza .... sound editor
Barry Neely .... dialogue editor
G.W. Pope III .... sound effects editor
Karl Ritter .... boom operator
Alex Ullrich .... foley artist
 
Visual Effects by
Erik Kaufmann .... colorist
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Joseph Arena .... Steadicam operator
Andrea Bassani .... first assistant camera
Adam Beffa .... electrician
Kenneth M. Chernow .... electrician
Caterina Colombo .... second assistant camera
Sarah Keally .... key grip
Frank james Luzania .... grip
Kyle T. MacDowell .... dolly grip
Kenneth Marc .... electrician
Patrick Murphy .... key grip
David Navarro .... gaffer
Marian Ng .... best boy grip
Rick Page .... first assistant camera
Mickey Petersen .... electrician
Sonoko Shimoyama .... best boy electric (as Sonoko Ishizuka)
Rick Smith .... best boy grip
Mike Vasovski .... first assistant camera
Paul Wittenberger .... grip
John Zivelonghi .... electrician
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Leeann Johnson .... wardrobe intern
Rebecca Totman .... wardrobe supervisor
 
Editorial Department
Erik Kaufmann .... colorist
 
Music Department
James Barth .... music editor
Timothy Andrew Edwards .... music supervisor
 
Transportation Department
Joseph E. Jones .... transportation coordinator
 
Other crew
Eric Clarke .... set teacher
Zack Krone .... production assistant
Matthew S. Lovett .... production assistant
Josiah Patrow .... data capture assistant
Derek Schweickart .... data capture engineer
Ram Paul Silbey .... production assistant
Darius Siwek .... production coordinator
Kathe Sweeney .... craft service
Erin Tambellini .... script supervisor
Erin Tarasi .... script supervisor
 

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Rated R for strong sexual content, pervasive language and brief drug use
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88 min
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3 out of 10 people found the following review useful.
Yuk!, 27 March 2009
Author: dateeleven from Syrian Arab Republic

That is the worst movie i've ever seen, No one knows how to act in this movie. i gave it 1 because there's no 0 in the rating list. I was waiting all over the movie for anything interesting or.. Funny. The main actor is not funny, really.. All the show is AWFUL.. I don't believe how i've watched it. I'll give an advice for anyone didn't see it.. (Don't watch this movie).. It's nicer 2 spend 88 minutes doing anything, anything, anything.. but watching this awful movie.. Everything in this title makes you say YUK.. from the talking to the acting during the cast and the story.. Actullay there isn't a story.. The whole movie is about a stupid ugly man who likes to sleep with girls then meets 2 girls and sleeps with them then leave him.. and he find another..Haahahah. No nice jokes, faces, actresses, conversation.. So... Don't watch that movie because it's the worst ever

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