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An original political satire about a naive small town waitress who accidentally gets a nail buried in her head, causing erratic and outrageous behavior that leads her to Washington DC. There she falls for a dashing, but clueless, Congressman who searches for the courage to save her. Written by
In early 2010, the film's financier Ronald Tutor, who controlled the film's rights along with David Bergstein, paid millions of dollars to get several films, including this one, out of a foreclosure action. Bergstein hired an editor to assemble a cut of the film that was shown to David O. Russell when he was asked to return and film reshoots. Russell and Tutor were unable to strike a deal, and Russell permanently left the production in July. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Russell's primary grievance was Wick and Fisher being pushed to accept 50% pay cuts. The producers, who also left the film, called the requested concessions "unfair, unprofessional and detrimental to the movie." See more »
When Scott talks to Alice while the Squaw Girls are camping out in front of the United States Capitol, the calamine lotion on her face changes shape and density repeatedly. See more »
What about you starting gentle like I asked, and then taking it at the angle that I really like?
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There's a specific reason as to why this film Accidental Love (Nailed!) was never supposed to be released and why it had been released seven years from it's original filming date back from 2008. Released in early 2015, and one must note. A belatedly finished comedy released against David O'Russell's wishes (unknowingly he disavowed the unfinished film) which has been cobbled together by the new owner Millennium Films and he negotiated to take his name off the picture. The director credit now goes to Stephen Greene. The film is unfinished and it is clear as the editing looks sketch, as well as it is very unfunny, not great acting and overall forced. The comedy and plot plays out like a bad SNL skit with a plot that settles like a television show. There is a major reason why the lead actors have not mentioned or discussed this film and why it was not promoted during it's release.
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