A comedy about a screenwriter (Robert Wuhl), whose old movie script is read by a producer (Martin Landau) and the search for financial backers begins. But it seems that each money source (...
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A comedy about a screenwriter (Robert Wuhl), whose old movie script is read by a producer (Martin Landau) and the search for financial backers begins. But it seems that each money source (Danny Aiello, Robert De Niro, and Eli Wallach) has his own mistress that he wants put into the film. Gradually, the screenwriter is forced to make changes to his script to accommodate these backers, until he finally sees no semblance of his original ideas in the writing.Written by
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Evan Wright's (Robert De Niro's) opinions regarding the lack of sex in Marvin's (Robert Wuhl's) script was inspired by real-life conversations that Writer and Director Barry Primus had with producers, while attempting to find a backer for the film. See more »
The boom mike drops below the frame during the meeting with George and Peggy while Stuart mentions possible changes to the script. See more »
could be better, could also be worse.. nothing to see if you´re not a fan of Robert de Niro or Martin Landau. I don´t really think Robert Wuhl is such a great actor. He dissapears during the scenes with de Niro and Landau. One reason to see the film is the fabolus scene where Christopher Walken commits suicide after delivering a chilling line. Epic!! well, it was not very bad, but it was nothing new. I prefer "Ed Wood" with Johnny Depp if I wanna see a movie about moviemaking.
** out of *****
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