New Movie but the old, old story done very well

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 DVD Finding Mr Wrightdvd review – “Finding Mr. Wright.”

Its a formula as old as show business – take a small group of attractive people, put them in an up-scale location for a few days and develop a primary love interest along with a comedy of errors that presents obstacles to love’s triumph. We never get tired of it and somehow, we always hang on breathlessly to see if love will win out in the end. The fact that, in romantic comedy, love ALWAYS wins out in the end in no way diminishes our suspense and anticipation.

We just never get tired of this stuff. Finding Mr. Wright is a contemporary version of the old story that does the job especially well. This is truly a gem of a movie – well written, well produced and very well acted.

Matthew Montgomery plays the lead role as a Hollywood talent agent obsessed with his career and his particularly irresponsible main client, a party girl/actress played by Rebekah Kochan. In an almost hopeless effort to reform her drugged and drunken ways, he and some friends pack her off to a weekend at a beautiful house in the forest owned by a gorgeous young life coach played by David Moretti – with whom I would fall in love in a hot minute if he even glanced at me. My hopes are dashed however by the fact that Moretti falls for Montgomery. Complications ensue which party girl and friends both add to and help to unravel. By the time the movie is over, one feels as if one has spent time with old friends and been part of yet another of those dramas of gay life that give us all so much to talk about at the next brunch.

The characters are real, in depth and totally believable and inevitably remind us of people we know in our own lives. This is a charming movie and a lot of fun.

See the trailer and previews at Nandar Entertainment  www.nandarentertainment.com

 DVD Finding Mr Wrightdvd review – “Finding Mr. Wright.”

Its a formula as old as show business – take a small group of attractive people, put them in an up-scale location for a few days and develop a primary love interest along with a comedy of errors that presents obstacles to love’s triumph. We never get tired of it and somehow, we always hang on breathlessly to see if love will win out in the end. The fact that, in romantic comedy, love ALWAYS wins out in the end in no way diminishes our suspense and anticipation.