A documentarian decides to follow the career of New York actress Lisa Picard, believing she is on the brink of fame. Instead, he bears witness to Lisa's continued, humorous, struggles as an... See full summary »
Despite being the female lead, Sandra Bullock doesn't appear on screen until 32:21 mark. See more »
When Liam Neeson's character is getting an enema from Sandra Bullock's character, he's on his right side. Enemas are always given with the patient laying on their left side. See more »
I'm very good at reading what's in a person's eyes.
I'm reading yours right now.
Yeah? What do they say?
They say you're sleepy. But I can't figure out is it's too much drugs sleepy, too much work sleepy or I'm so fucking bored sleepy. Maybe you've got that weird fucking sleepy disease. Narco-sleepy. Something sleepy.
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Shortly into the credits there is a brief scene of Fulvio picking a nicely grown tomato See more »
My wife and I had never heard of this one. We happened to see the summary on the TV "satellite summary screen" and were intrigued. With the cast list containing both Liam Neeson and Sandra Bullock we though we could give it a try.
We nearly turned this one off after the first 30 minutes. We commented that it was no wonder we'd never heard of it before. I was personally worried this would be another Bullock movie like Hangmen, a TRULY horrific flick, but that's another story.
At the beginning the plot was all over the place. But the acting was good and soon after this we both started liking the characters. By the end we were both happy we stuck it out. The movie isn't about the guns and violence. Very nice for a change.
This movie could help folks get a little perspective on their lives.
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