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Meeting Spencer (2011)

R | | Comedy | 8 April 2011 (USA)
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After a series of Hollywood flops, famed director Harris Chappell (Jeffrey Tambor) returns to New York to relaunch his Broadway career. But Chappell's triumphant comeback begins to spiral ... See full summary »

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Spencer West
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Wolfie
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Larry Lind
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Nikki Ross
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Nancy Diamond
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Didi Ravenal
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David Thiel
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Ricardo
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Man In Bar
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Monte Sobel
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Bart Liebowitz
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Rose (as Livia Milano)
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After a series of Hollywood flops, famed director Harris Chappell (Jeffrey Tambor) returns to New York to relaunch his Broadway career. But Chappell's triumphant comeback begins to spiral out of control into a wild night of comic misadventure after meeting struggling actor Spencer (Jesse Plemons) and his old flame Didi (Melinda McGraw). Written by Anonymous

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On a night nothing can go wrong...everything does See more »

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Rated R for some language
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Oh Happy Day
Performed by Charles McCormick (Featured Soloist), Darrell Brown, Sharon Bryant (as Sharon B. Bryant), Marty Ford, Clifford C. Hooks, Tony S. Jones, Sheila Judson, Sybil Harris, Janis Preston Morse, Duane Myles, Tisa Willis
Special Guest Appearance by Louis Price
Recorded at The Village Recorder
Engineered by Eric Liljestrand
Remixed by Stephen Coates (as The Clerkenwell Kid)
Produced by Randall Wixen, Stephen Coates, Malcolm Mowbray and George G. Braunstein
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Classy and Hilarious
15 May 2010 | by (Santa Monica) – See all my reviews

I was lucky enough to get to see this witty movie recently at a Sneak Preview. . Its a different kind of comedy, its really more old school, very sophisticated and intelligent - adult type of humor, subtle -- like a Woody Allen film, not like Jud Apatow films... Very smart and you really have to pay attention to get all the jokes,. It all takes place at one restaurant in New York on one night.

Jeffery Tambor plays a director trying to get his carer back on track with a famous play he wants to produce on Broadway. But while he's at the restaurant to get the financing set up, ten million things start to go wrong, such as accidentally bumping into a sexy reporter who it turns out, he actually has an affair withl years earlier.

Form there things get more and more crazed and its a comedy of errors - mistaken identities and people who turn out not to be who you think they are, and lots of surprises Very unpredictable and keeps you guessing to the end! I'm hoping thus will be out in the theaters soon, I want to see it again. You need to see it twice to get everything. A lot of familiar faces in the cast and great soundtrack too!


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