NYC ad exec Holly Maddux dreams of the perfect life, the perfect job, and of course, the perfect man to sweep her off her feet. When she wakes up one day to find the "perfect man" awaiting her, who is nothing more than a mannequin come to life, she must decides if "perfect" is the perfect fit for her.
Created, written, and played by Claire Coffee and Ellie Knaus, CHELSEY AND KELSEY is a frothy cautionary tale of tabloid addicted L.A. roommates in a post-Kardashian world. Having spent a ... See full summary »
A story about a beautiful street musician suffering from memory loss and a disheartened neuroscientist intent on helping her, bringing together the city of New Orleans and the jazz that made it famous.
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Someone knows about the 25 million and the plane to Mexico. Someone killed the getaway pilot. As loyalty turns to suspicion and friends become enemies, 4 criminals try to find the rat and escape their past - if they can survive the night.
A womanizing attorney is unable to have sex after a hypnotherapy session to quit smoking goes awry and he seeks help from one of his clients, an uptight psychiatrist, who teaches him that there is more to women than just sex.
Brilliantly funny! Inventing Adam is a warm, funny movie suited for all audiences. It has a sweet, relate-able story line intertwined with great comedic timing. It will keep you laughing! I had the delightful opportunity to view this film at the Vail Film Festival in Colorado in April of 2010 and again at a Baton Rouge premier in June of 2011. Writer and director Richie Adams shows remarkable talent and potential in future feature films. I had the opportunity to work as a principal actress in this film and found Adam's to have the creative flow of Jon Lucas and the director's skill of Jay Chandrasekhar. I highly recommend this film to anyone who enjoys a great story and loves to laugh!
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