Film School in a movie...By Yahoo! Movie User on Thu, Jun 16, 2005 11:27 AM EDT
...this movie is a veritable textbook on screenwriting, directing, and distribution....forget $30,000 for film school, for $9.99 off the discount rack at CVS you can learn everything you need to know right here. First, start with a dynamite premise: A wide-eyed kid from Milwaukee comes to California and gets a job as an eviction notice writer...until he strikes a deal with a down on his luck former beach volleyball star who agrees to teach him how to play beach volleyball in exchange for misfiling his eviction notice. Step one complete, that script practicly writes itself! Next, get on the phone, do what you have to do, and get Courtney-Thorne Smith...period, no substitutes...her name is synonymous with quality entertainment. Surround her with top-notch talent like C. Thomas Howel and Mark Harmon and you are golden (Mark harmon isnt actually in this movie, but the guy looks just like him). Finnally, forget movie theatres, they are a waste of time...release straight to video and shoot for a television premier on superstation in the middle of the night. Then just sit back and watch the benjamins roll in.