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  • Summary: A lonely New York plumber poses as a film director in an attempt to meet women.
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  1. Positive: 4 out of 10
  2. Negative: 1 out of 10
  1. The film satirizes, and celebrates, an idea pivotal to both Hollywood and love: that in a world of impostors, the pretender with the most conviction can become exactly what he pretends to be.
  2. Smart, sweet and playful romantic comedy.
  3. Donovan makes us totally believe the character and his predicament, co-star Mary-Louise Parker is especially witty and winning as the film's screenwriter.
  4. Reviewed by: Justine Elias
    60
    The dialogue, by Walsh and Cynthia Kaplan, is sharp and nimble.
  5. Stocked with an impressively high-quality collection of New York actors. Unfortunately, in asking them all to play such unlikable characters, Walsh flushes too much of that talent down the drain.

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