Dolph Springer finds himself slowly sinking into some sort of mad dream world as strange occurrences continue to happen in his daily life. Clocks show impossible times, the palm tree in his garden turns into a pine tree and it starts raining in his office at work - despite having actually been fired - but nobody else seems to notice or care. Also, he has lost the most beloved thing in his life; his dog, who he notices has mysteriously disappeared after trying to call him for breakfast one morning. In his attempts to find his pet, he ends up altering the lives of several intriguing characters including an effeminate French/Mexican gardener, a sex-obsessed pizza girl, an unhinged serial jogger neighbour and a crazy pet detective who is assigned to help look for the dog. He also runs into the mysterious guru Master Chang with his distinctive ponytail and facial burns, who encourages Dolph to connect with his pet through telepathic communication.
'Wrong' is definitely one of the most unpredictable movies of the year that will have you struggling to stay sane even more so than the protagonist. It has been directed and written by Quentin Dupieux ('Rubber', 'Steak') and will be released in the US on March 29th 2013.
Director: Quentin Dupieux
Starring: Jack Plotnick, Eric Judor, Alexis Dziena, Steve Little, William Fichtner, Regan Burns, Mark Burnham, Arden Myrin, Maile Flanagan, Todd Giebenhain, Barry Alan Levine, Zia Harris, LeShay N. Tomlinson, Price Carson, Gary Valentine,
Guggenheim curator Beth (Bell) is organising an important museum event when she has to dash to Rome for her sister's sudden wedding, where she begins to fall for best man Nick (Duhamel), who rescues her from a few embarrassing moments but lets her down romantically. In a funk, she swipes some coins from a fountain then ends up being stalked back in New York by the lovelorn guys (painter Arnett, wannabe model Shepard, street magician Heder and art patron DeVito) who threw them into the water.
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When Beth attends her sisters sporadic wedding in Rome, she expects to fulfil her duties as maid of honour and return to her job focused life in New York. Sick of waiting for love to take its natural course, Beth takes matters into her own hands and jumps into the Fontana di Amore from which she takes a few of the coins to bring her luck on her quest to find love.
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Imagine if back when you were 17, instead of playing CDs in your bedroom and dreaming about getting up the nerve to talk to a girl or guy, you played bass in a punk band that performed gigs in New York City. After your show, you hopped around the Lower East Side with a cute girl who knew all your favorite I-liked-'em-first bands, and who could get you into any club in town. You and she and your buddies partied until dawn with nary a care for the consequences, the law, or your parents.
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This helps explain McConaughey's presence in Fool's Gold. The adventure-comedy is as pretty as it is dumb, but seeing as how it's set in the Caribbean, it does allow McConaughey ample opportunity to flex his pecs and sun his shoulders. Too bad for us it offers little else.
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The task would be easier if the film had more going for it. Miles Brandman writes and directs this story of two young couples who find their relationships flagging, and who both decide that the way to patch things up is to sleep with other people. Why, of course!
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Date of birth
8th July, 1984