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She Wants Me (2012)

Not Rated | | Comedy | 25 September 2012 (USA)
A neurotic writer working on his new film gets into a tricky situation when an A-list actress shows interest in the role intended for his girlfriend.




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Cast overview, first billed only:
Joe Stunner
Charlie Sheen
Grandpa Arnie
Ruth Baum
Max's Squeeze
Grandma Elma
Kim Powers
Bar Wench
Barbara Bernhardt


If you mixed Ferris Bueller in a blender with Alvy Singer (Woody Allen in "Annie Hall") and Larry David, the result would be SAM BAUM (Josh Gad). He's a lovable, quirky, neurotic NY native, living in LA with his beautiful girlfriend, Sammy (Kristen Ruhlin). A girl he knows how lucky he is to have in his life, since she was previously married to John: a, tall, fit, gorgeous, extremely successful Harvard med school graduate, who she's remained cordial with. Before Sammy, Sam hasn't had much success, romantically. He's an emerging filmmaker with one feature film under his belt that nobody's heard of. And she's an aspiring actress, aching for her big break, which may never come, unless Sam offers her the female lead in his next project, which he does... the night before one of the hottest, most in demand actresses working today, Kim Powers (Hilary Duff), expresses interest in playing the role. Sam wears his heart on his sleeve and has always been honest with Sammy, but now he's caught in ... Written by Some Dude

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He has the chance of a lifetime... Who would you choose?




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Она хочет меня  »

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$1,150,000 (estimated)
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1.78 : 1
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It's not like KnockedUp but A good Laugh
20 November 2012 | by See all my reviews

I am always excited to see a movie about Hollywood or people that live there like KnockedUp and people that live in Hollywood or any of those Katherine Heigel movies, and this was done good for a low budget indie. You can tell in parts but I thought it was good overall. Duff was in it way more than expected and good on top of it, which is an unexpected surprise. Same went for Sheen, I love him and think he's hilarious but he was just sort of sweet in this and actually did a great honest job at being a "star" in the movie world. The 2 leads were really awesome together and i got choked up at the end because it felt like they both really loved each other. I heard it was based on them so not sure if they are a real couple but it def felt that way and i thought it was cute. Really heavy foul language though so don't take anyone younger than 16, I accidentally had my little sister with me and she was too young for it at 12.

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