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There are many other subplots going on here: Jennifer Tilly is marvelous as the nymphomaniac leading lady; John Neville is the washed up director; Deborah Kara Unger is the documentary lady who is using Modine's money to finance her own movie, without his knowledge.
Eventually the movie loses its satirical focus and morphs into an attempted slapstick ending.
It has some good moments, but doesn't reach the level of excellence it should have.
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I was married to the co-writter producer of this movie and after it was made he told me our lives would never be the same. Read morePublished on November 27, 2009 by E. Kaufmann
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