A young man's life is on a losing streak until he gets the old cell number of a major basketball star nicknamed The Saint and starts using it to get VIP access to A List parties. He's living the good life. Until his idol finds out.
Based on a true story, an aspiring New York City sportscaster's life is on the slow track until he serendipitously gets the old cell phone number of a basketball superstar. Will the number be his ticket to success or a path to destruction?Written by
Written by Frank Cimato and Matthew Hunter
Performed by Hunter
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A nice, light comedy with a twist of romance.
This film served as great comedic entertainment with its colorful cast and numerous plot twists. The plot centers on an aspiring sports caster, Brett Reynolds, and his accidental acquisition of a huge celebrity's, old cell phone number. Along with a couple of friends, Brett experiences the privileges only reserved for the most influential in society. The characters were relatable to people we've crossed paths with in life and that made it all the more enjoyable. Method Mad did a great job stepping outside of his musical persona and captured the role of a basketball superstar. Tom Pelphrey, the down on your luck sports caster is someone you want to root for and he develops nice on screen chemistry with Canadian actress Natalie Hall. Overall, this is a great movie with a mix of laughs and a love story all rolled into one. It's worth the watch with a group of friends!
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