The character 'Harvey' is clearly based on Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein. Played by Jeff Garlin, he's over-weight and drinks diet coke, just like Weinstein in real-life. Another character in the movie is a film producer, who gets sexual arousal through massages, which might have been a reference to Weinstein, too. See more »
Catherine's black notebook and pen suddenly appear on the airplane armrest between shots, after her tape player clicks. See more »
[from the trailer]
You can't pretend that you are having sex with someone, when you are actually having sex with them.
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There are no opening credits for the movie. Instead, opening credits are shown for the "movie within the movie". See more »
Huh, that is what I thought about this movie 15 minutes in. It was so disorganized and pointless. There is some sort of movie being filmed in this movie. That part made no sense. Why even show that. I guess the only thing that really happens is a wife cheats on her writer husband and a movie producer dies in his hotel room before his birthday party. And that is really what this movie is about, which is why it was so boring and awful. It just isn't entertaining. And this is one of the few times, I didn't like Julia Roberts in a movie. I know she must have done this as a favor to the director, but her character was dumb and does nothing.
FINAL VERDICT: Dull. Waste of time.
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