Standing Still is the story of a popular yet drunken actor who reconnects with a group of his college friends for a wedding several years after graduation. Michael and Elise are about to get married. Their high school and college friends gather together for the wedding and resolve some issues. Involves a lot of drunkenness and some drug use. Tags: Amy Adams Lauren German. Your email address will not be published.
Written by Matthew Perniciaro and Timm Sharp, the film is about a group of lifelong friends who reunite at a wedding and revisit their complicated relationships of the past. The film was Matthew Cole Weiss's feature film debut as a director. The day before the wedding of Elise Amy Adams and Michael Adam Garcia in Los Angeles , their friends from college gather to attend the bachelor and bachelorette parties and then the ceremony the following day. Rich Aaron Stanford and Samantha Melissa Sagemiller are the best man and maid of honor, and themselves a couple, although Rich is wary at the idea of marriage, while Samantha is pushing him to consider it, while hiding her pregnancy from him. Sam Malone Jon Abrahams , nicknamed "Pockets" because he can always find the right item in his pockets and to mask the fact that he's named similarly to the protagonist from Cheers , is flying in from Thailand, still harboring an unrequited love for neurotic Lana Mena Suvari since their college days, when she broke his heart.
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Description: Disastrous sitcom of a movie 9 July by brianbot — See all my reviews The bad: This movie was a lousy wreck, which better resembled a WB sitcom than something that should be on the big screen. For the most part, the acting was poor -- again, it was more like watching "Dawson's Creek" than an actual movie. The story was extremely basic, which is fine except that the dialogue was poorly written as well.
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