I always wanted to be a graffiti artist...
A struggling screenwriter finds himself on the Hollywood blacklist during the McCarthy era. Depressed, he turns to drink, and is involved in a car crash, which in turn has him washing up on the shore of a small town, with amnesia. The local townsfolk mistake him for the son of the local cinema owner, who disappeard during the second world war. Our hero takes over and rejuvenates the local cinema, using it to bring healing to the town and make his own statement against the system.
151 minutes, Parental Guidance (Language)
Comedy, Drama, Romance
Where's it showing?
Jim Carrey, Martin Landau, Laurie Holden, Allen Garfield, Amanda Detmer, Bob Balaban, Brent Briscoe
|Sound formats||Dolby, Dobly Digital, Sony Dynamic Digital Sound, DTS|
|Produced by||Castle Rock Entertainment, Darkwoods Productions, NPV Entertainment, Village Roadshow Productions|
|South African Media|
|Cape ArgusGary van Dyk||10|
|The StarTanya Farber||14|
|Sunday TimesBarry Ronge||1|
|M-Net CinemagicBarry Ronge||10|
|SAfm Screen & CoAlan Swerdlow||10|
|eye Weekly (Canada)Jason Anderson||1|
|Box Office (USA)Wade Major||5|
|ReelViews (USA)James Berardinelli||15|
|Film Review (UK)James Mottram||10|
|Empire (UK)Angie Errigo||10|
|Average .. 42%||8|
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