A 19 year old Brooklyn boy who is torn between two worlds when his photography portfolio wins him a partial scholarship to NYU. He must figure out how to balance his Italian neighborhood ... See full summary »
When her wild younger sister Ashley, who suffers from bipolar disorder and drug addiction, goes missing, Libba Phillips pours all her time and energy into finding Ashley and bringing her ... See full summary »
Scott Teller's life is turned upside down when he meets Ryan and Mary, a seemingly perfect couple who move into his apartment and his life. He quickly becomes their third wheel. But when Scott meets the girl of his dreams in Leslie he believes that Ryan and Mary are intentionally sabotaging his chances with her because they desperately need him in their life to hold their dysfunctional relationship together. Written by
[Mary grabs Ryan's groin]
Mary, come on!
Come on, what? Want me to act like it's no big deal that my man's at half-mast? It is a big deal!
We're just having some guy time, all right? He'll just keep it in his pants.
And, um, if it's any consolation as you can see, I am completely flaccid now.
We all are, Ryan. We all are.
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Table for Three turns can be watched if you haven't anything else to do but can be skipped otherwise. Picked it up to see how Superman would fare in a non-extraordinary role and he acts decently but doesn't seem to have much of an acting prowess. Maybe taking some indie role would do him good. The movie itself tries to build as it goes along but with not much of a story line there isn't much to do. The cast meanders through their roles and one can't imagine why Sophia Bush would pick a role like this, not to mention the others. The story-line is feeble and the script isn't powerful enough to drive an oft repeated story. A couple of funnies in the whole movie, hmmm maybe not. Will be out on TV so no need to rush to get the DVD from the store. 5/10.
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