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Trust Me (2013)

R | | Comedy, Drama | 6 June 2014 (USA)
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In an attempt to sign a Hollywood starlet, struggling talent agent and former child star Howard Holloway must contend with her volatile father, a scheming long-time rival, and a producer and casting director who despise him.





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A struggling agent for child actors and former child star himself, Howard Holloway spends years losing his most talented clients to his slick, arch-nemesis Aldo Shocklee. Until the day that Howard encounters the brilliant and unsigned 13 year-old Lydia who is on the brink of securing the lead in a new Twilight-style franchise. Howard tries desperately to close the deal of a lifetime and make his precocious young client a star while managing her drunk, volatile father, Aldo's relentless poaching attempts, and the hostile machinations of the project's casting director and mega producer, who both despise him. But the closer he gets to achieving the Hollywood score he has chased all his life, the more complications appear. Written by Production

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Living the Hollywood dream. See more »


Comedy | Drama

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Rated R for language. | See all certifications »


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Release Date:

6 June 2014 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Bízz bennem!  »

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2.35 : 1
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Clark Gregg: [hugging] main characters achieve emotional state while hugging. See more »


[first lines]
Howard: Did you ever think some deep down place that you were really something else? And if you could just strip away that filthy ditch shell you've been walking around, you'd be reborn. In something new. Something more beautiful that anything ever imagined.
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References Gandhi (1982) See more »


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Written by Alan Blackman and Stuart Hart
Performed by Selectracks
Courtesy of Selectracks, Inc./BMG Chrysalis
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Not complete. A jumbled mess rushed to release.
5 June 2014 | by See all my reviews

It's terrible. I shouldn't allow Trust Me to take up more of my time than it already has, so I'm going to keep this short. Reviews awarding it more than 4 stars are being ridiculously generous. The movie never figures out what it wants to be (sarcastic? a parody? a character study?); the already thin and loose plot plods along confusingly until about 3/4 of the way through, when it abandons what little it's developed for some mishmash spiral into absurdity. I't's an understatement for me to simply say that the ending is cheap, pitifully bleeding of an obvious funding cut and acute writer's block. This is an embarrassment to Clark Gregg's career, so if you're a fan, avoidavoidAVOID this disappointment.

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