• Falling Away With You

    October 4, 2017 In Development

    Title
    Falling Away With You

    Project Format
    Feature Film

    Genre
    Comedy / Romance / Drama

    Logline
    At what point do you stop forgiving?

    Short Description
    In the idyllic surroundings of his own wedding, creative writer Rueben Wallace is forced to question everything he knows about life, love and relationships when his new bride admits she slept with the best man.

    Audience
    PRIMARY – Adults, male and female (20-45)
    SECONDARY – Teenagers, male and female (15-19)

    Comparative Films
    High Fidelity, 500 Days of Summer, The Last Kiss

    This work is the …

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  • Al Pacino in Danny Collins, directed by Dan Fogelman

    Danny Collins

    February 7, 2016 Blog

    Note: This is an analytical review which, by its very nature, includes spoilers.

    I watched Danny Collins with quiet optimism because rarely do I regret watching an Al Pacino film, and Annette Benning is an actress I’ve always keenly admired. I was also a big fan of Crazy, Stupid Love, so with Dan Fogelman at the helm as writer / director, my interest was definitely spiked. At the back of my mind, though, I knew this …

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  • No Man’s Land

    May 11, 2015 Blog

    Note: The interview contains a handful of spoilers, so if you haven’t seen it already, give No Man’s Land a watch before reading any further.

    How did the idea for No Man’s Land come about?
    Patricia Doyle, who is a very well established theatre director, had the beginnings of an idea for a silent film set in Germany. As I had assisted her on her first short film in 2011, she approached me and asked if I …

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  • The Secret Life of Walter Mitty

    May 9, 2015 Blog

    People always seem fascinated when comedy actors take on a serious role. Suddenly, a whole wave of people fall silent before turning to their friends in the cinema and whispering in dismay: “He can act!”

    Quite frankly, it amazes me that people such as Will Ferrell (Stranger than Fiction), Steve Carell (Dan in Real Life), Jim Carey (The Truman Show), Adam Sandler (Punch-Drunk Love) and more recently, Ben Stiller, were ever labelled as anything other than …

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  • The Words

    May 9, 2015 Blog

    When I saw this 2012 film pop up on Netflix I wondered how I hadn’t heard of it. For me, Bradley Cooper is one of the smartest actors around at the moment when it comes to the film decisions he’s making and Zoe Saldana is somebody I find every bit as engaging as she is beautiful. Add to that the inclusion of Jeremy Irons and Dennis Quaid then you’ve got yourself one hell of a cast.

    I …

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