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Michelle Roussell over 1 year ago
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Jim Barton over 6 years ago
The Big Picture is a 1989 comedy film starring Kevin Bacon and directed by Christopher Guest. In a fictionalized version of Tinseltown itself, Nick Chapman is an up and coming film director hot off the win of a student academy award for his short film. No sooner does the award bring him into the limelight when it captures the attention of a movie executive (J. T. Walsh) who offers Nick a deal to make his dream picture: a character-driven drama taking place in a cabin during the winter season. Everything seems all well and good to Nick, who's also got a good girlfriend (Emily Longstreth) by his side and his best friend (Michael McKean) always there to lend a hand. But when Nick sees his vision corrupted, his deal just disappearing into thin air because of corporate changes and a seduction to the Hollywood lifestyle, Nick might be changing on his friends and family. It doesn't really help when he's got a smarmy agent (Martin Short) whose promise seems empty, a starlet (Teri Hatcher)...
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