"An L.A. Minute" is a satirical look at fame, success, the star-making machinery and the karma that attaches to all those who worship at the altar of Celebrity. Best-selling author Ted Gold...
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Alix and Doug were not supposed to meet, but they did. Alix was on a train bound for Paris where she was going to audition for a film, having just left Calais where she had performed in an ... See full summary »
Aging actor Lester Rosenthal (Gabriel Byrne), who has lost his way with his career, with his family, and with his friends (Nathan Lane, Frances Conroy, & Boyd Gaines) finds out that the way out is through.
Alice Ball, a 23 year-old African American Chemist living in 1915 Hawaii fights against racial and gender barriers to find an effective treatment for leprosy before Kalani, a 10-year-old patient is exiled into the leper colony of Molokai.
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"An L.A. Minute" is a satirical look at fame, success, the star-making machinery and the karma that attaches to all those who worship at the altar of Celebrity. Best-selling author Ted Gold faces a moral dilemma when Velocity, an avant-garde performance artist and the living embodiment of integrity, rocks his 1% world.
The SEC filed a civil complaint on 2/26/19, accusing writer-director Daniel Adams and music producer Michael Flanders of defrauding at least two investors out of tens of thousands of dollars and doling out improper loans. The case is SEC v. Adams et al., Case No. 2:19-cv-0412, in the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California. The case against Adams was dismissed in late 2019. See more »
Underdeveloped and Unfunny Comedy about the Trappings of Fame
The talents of Gabriel Byrne and Kiersey Clemons can't save this underbaked comedy about how fame and money corrupt an artist. The main problem is a lack of character development and logic. As a result, too much is left for the audience to figure out what's going on and what's really at stake with the two main characters. Overall, a largely unsatisfying film.
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