A petty thief posing as an actor is brought to Los Angeles for an unlikely audition and finds himself in the middle of a murder investigation along with his high school dream girl and a detective who's been training him for his upcoming role...Written by
In one scene, Harry Lockhart is prompted to read lines from a script sample. The first line he reads ends with the phrase "go spit", which is also a catchphrase of Danny Glover's character in the Lethal Weapon (1987) movies. See more »
In the wide opening shot of the scene with Harry and Harmony in the bar, the camera and crew are reflected in the mirrors behind. See more »
[after overpowering and pistol-whipping a guy who'd had a gun on him and Perry]
Doesn't that suck? I just hit you for no reason. I don't even know why.
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At the end of the movie, Val Kilmer says not to leave; to stay and watch the credits; and if you're wondering who the Best Boy is, he's someone's nephew. (The actual Best Boy credit is Jack Bauer.) See more »
Though the story-telling is distinctive, the theme is still belonging to Hollywood mainstream.
In addition to climax of the story needs to be improved a bit, the film maintains a fairly smooth emotional flow and a mature theme construction.
When the story is about to be patterned, there are always some wonderful details to break the boredom. Therefore, with a good overall layout, some of the film's minor flaws should be forgiven.
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