Don't have an account yet? Get the most out of your experience with a personalized all-access pass to everything local on events, music, restaurants, news and more. He's a pampered prince who has worked out for himself a cozy romantic subterfuge: He has two girlfriends, each unaware of the other's existence. The film begins when both girls -- Carla Heather Graham , who has a face like a golden lollipop, and Lou Natasha Gregson Wagner , a cute motor mouth -- show up outside Blake's loft expecting to surprise him on his return from L.
Two Girls and a Guy (United States, 1997)
When Jay Pharoah wants to become the most versatile actor in the world, he turns to experts to teach him new skills. Watch the video. Title: Two Girls and a Guy Friends for ten years, a group of twenty-somethings head for the ski slopes as guests of Ian's father. Ian and dad are estranged because dad worked too many hours when Ian was a lad. A reincarnated man unknowingly falls in love with his own daughter from his previous life.
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For the minute or two that the scene lasts, Downey is a spectacle of psychological ruin. But what makes it truly bizarre is its context. Blake is embarrassed and temporarily flummoxed, but his guilt seizure in the bathroom is out of all proportion to that crisis. The only thing he seems to be upset about is getting caught. Toback, directing his first film in eight years, is not above exploiting an actor or an issue. He has told interviewers he got the idea for the movie when he saw the disheveled actor making a handcuffed court appearance on TV and wrote the script in a four-day creative frenzy.
CNN -- In late I attended a symposium at Lincoln Center during which some of the best-known film critics in the country screened their favorite moments from that year's crop of films, and discussed why they considered these scenes to be prime examples of modern American filmmaking. I was in the audience, not on stage, thus cementing the event's legitimacy. One of the participants, oddly enough, was not a critic at all, but a filmmaker -- James Toback , who rather pompously dissected a scene from his own soon-to-be-released movie, "Two Girls and a Guy. The scene consisted of Robert Downey, Jr. Though Downey, who was improvising, eventually carries the idea so deeply into his own psyche that you can't understand his reference points, it is an effective display. Downey had recently been sentenced to prison time for his multiple heroin busts, and it was a fascinating, though highly uncomfortable, thing to watch.