The Sandlot: Heading Home (2007 Video)
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Studio: Entertainment One
Milena Govich (l.), Steve Guttenberg and Shannon Elizabeth star in A Novel Romance.
Romantic comedy star of yesteryear Steve Guttenberg (Three Men and a Baby) returns in the 2011 independent romantic comedy film A Novel Romance, co-starring Shannon Elizabeth (the American Pie series) and Milena Govich (TV’s Rescue Me).
Written and directed by Allie Dvorin (The Sandlot 3), A Novel Romance follows the lives of two strangers, an unemployed budding novelist Nate (Guttenberg) and Jenny (Govich), who meet and become unlikely roommates.
As they travel down similar, complicated-yet-separate life paths, they struggle with relationship heartaches, career troubles and surviving the death of a loved one. Eventually they realize that true love may just be the thing they need … and it’s waiting right in front of them.
The unrated movie also features Kelly Bishop, (TV’s Gilmore Girls), Jay O. Sanders
I speak, of course, about the reunion of Luke Perry and Jason Priestly in the Hallmark Movie Channel film Goodnight for Justice. It's a Western, because they all are.
Somewhere, nine-year-old me is experiencing strange, unexplainable tickle sensations.
Jason Priestly is having a fairly successful-ish television directing career, which I'm sure informs his decision to not act in the movie and instead throw his dear old friend to the wolves of family-friendly entertainment. Perry isn't doing too terribly, really. A cursory scan of his IMDb page reveals he's been keeping quite busy. But I guess three cancelled hour-longs featuring him as a key lead, not to mention a starring role in The Sandlot 3 (that's just sad) have lead him to give
Her faux pregnancy comedy Labor Pains (which also stars SNL’s Chris Parnell and Curb Your Enthusiasm's Cheryl Hines) will debut on ABC Family in July. Wow, from the cinema to the channel that proudly premiered such never-heard-of-them sequels as The Sandlot: Heading Home and Au Pair 3: Adventure in Paradise. Here is a preview:
Now, of course, one direct-to-cable movie debacle does not automatically spell Tara Reid-levels of cinematic irrelevance. But then I watched Lindsay’s new ad campaign for the Italian clothing line Fornarina. Seriously, you’re going to want to sit down.
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