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Write & Wrong (2007)

TV-PG | | Comedy, Drama | TV Movie 3 June 2007
Once Oscar-nominated script writer Byrdie Langdon feels cheated now studios reject her work, even half-unread, just because she and her characters aren't young enough. So he enlists her ... See full summary »

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Jason 'Krueger' Langdon
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Andrea Davis
Peter Cockett ...
Ray McDeere
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Stacy Herskowitz (as Brittney Irvin)
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Richard Fleiss
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Steve Brooks
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Marty Rosen
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Peter Langdon
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Gloria Langdon
Peter Hall ...
Big Bear Owner
Nick Misura ...
Billy
Alex Kliner ...
Jimmy
Brian Linds ...
Carl
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Lev Jordanson
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Once Oscar-nominated script writer Byrdie Langdon feels cheated now studios reject her work, even half-unread, just because she and her characters aren't young enough. So he enlists her brother's penniless but charming son Jason 'Krueger' Langdon to sell her work under an alias, after a 'jocolar' Kramer vs. Kramer rip-off was nearly accepted, which would constitute fraud. But Jason's own ambition and romantic feelings for the one studio executive Byrdie hoped to get trough to get in the way. Written by KGF Vissers

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In Hollywood,how far can you go to get back on top?

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Byrdie: If stupidity was pee, you'd be a urinal.
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Over and Over
Written by David Schwartz and Gabriel Mann
Performed by Lucy Schwartz, Gabriel Mann, and Jason Ryterband
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Write and Wrong:*** Remember The Front?
6 June 2007 | by See all my reviews

As soon as I saw this film with Kirstie Alley, I was reminded of the great Woody Allen film "The Front." In that one, a blacklisted writer gives someone his scripts so that he can earn a living. In this one, scripts are given to a nephew by a veteran writer who is suffering from age discrimination.

Kirstie Alley shows her talents as an extremely gifted actress. She is emotionally suitable for the role. Hard to believe that it has been over 20 years since she had a commanding performance as the emotionally disturbed slavery-hating Virgilia in the outstanding miniseries of "North and South." Why haven't there been better roles for Ms. Alley since then? We need to see more of her and I'm not talking about the Jennie Craig television commercials.

This film beautifully details the misery caused by age discrimination as well as the fact that incompetent young people are pushed into important positions because of their youth.


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