A dog groomer in Hollywood aspires to be more than a dog groomer in Hollywood. Michael Pinkney is a man struggling with his lower income lifestyle in the shadow of the film industry. His ... See full summary »
In this classically styled comedy of manners set in Los Angeles, sophisticated thirtysomethings try to determine whether ideal happiness exists in coupledom or if the perfectly suited couple is actually just an urban myth.
Two college friends now in their thirties, admire each other's lives and feel trapped in their own. Wes, tied to a demanding career and responsibilities to family, extends a work trip to ... See full summary »
This collection of off beat oddball characters at a run-down desert motel will make you smile and then drop your jaw at what happens to them. The motel is rated three stars in their brochure but it really rates no star as that's how bad it is. Example, the free breakfast is one box of cereal, a bowl, a carton of milk, and a spoon, in the lobby for everybody!
In my opinion what makes this film a success is the spirit each actor put in their role. Everyone is believable and they seemed to be having fun performing before the camera! The plot line is multi-layered with funny first then the suspense. Along the way a big twist comes and I wasn't prepared for it but I loved it.
A low budget success that offers up a complex story with equally oddly complex characters that bring the story to a fun and surprising end. I don't think you can go wrong with this movie's simple comedy yet suspenseful twist.
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