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Ellie Parker

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Released on:
November 11, 2005 (NY, LA, SF)

Distributors:
Strand Releasing

Status: Released

Cast:
Naomi Watts, Chevy Chase, Rebecca Riggs, Scott Coffey, Mark Pellegrino

Director: Scott Coffey

Screenwriter: Scott Coffey

Genre: Comedy
About the film:
Ellie races around town from one audition to another, changing make-up, clothes and personality as she speeds along, barely attending to her whirlwind life as she strives to get cast in a movie. And her best friend Sam, her boyfriend Justin and her new fling Chris just don't seem to help. As Ellie considers giving up after losing faith in the craft, her manager Dennis doesn't exactly talk her out of it.
Box Office: Opening weekend: $10,299 (6 theaters) | Domestic Total: $34,410
Reviews: Fresh or Rotten? See reviews for this film at RottenTomatoes.com


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Salem – rHaEtxmlrEooMCHl
June 08, 2012 - 16:47
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I have to say I was both surprised and dtgliheed that the Helicarrier got so much screen time. It's such an utterly loopy concept*, and the fact that the moviemakers didn't just use it but spent nearly half the movie aboard it was wonderful. I think this is why the Marvel movies have done so well: the people making them aren't ashamed of doing comic-book movies. They don't try to apologize for or minimize the crazy-ass stuff, they jump in gleefully and wallow in it!*Note, for instance, that one of the runway decks ends right at one of the giant lifting turbines, so planes using that runway presumably get sucked down to their doom.