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Alex Andero, a testosterone-driven dreamer who works in his family owned Greenwich Village café, dreams about making it big as a Hollywood screenwriter. Alex gets his big break when he gets a chance to pitch a story to a big movie producer. Alex who never even has written one script and determined not to spend the rest of his life as a dishwasher, finds his solution in Elliott Springer, a talented, gay, Jewish writer. Elliott, although completely opposed to the idea or collaborating on a script he considers to be nothing more than fluff. Elliott finally agrees to participate only after Alex promises to help him get a date with Joey (Kerr Smith, "Dawson s Creek"), the cute struggling actor who works with Alex at the café. Their relationship is fraught with complications as they forge an unlikely working partnership. By the end of this heartwarming, laugh-out-loud comedy, Alex and Elliott have not only written a great screenplay, they have rewritten each other's lives.
I really liked this film and will watch it again. A definite spin on the 'odd couple' with quality writing and performances. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Jeff Linamen
I've seen this movie many times and still love it. It's an intellectual comedy so be prepared to listen for the zingers and innuedos.Published 11 months ago by G. C. Cruz
Just a great inspiring movie for artists. Love all the characters and its happy ending.Published 11 months ago by Jocasta