Adrienne Shelly's Serious Moonlight Trailer with Meg Ryan
Magnolia Pictures has debuted the official trailer for Serious Moonlight, the last screenplay written by the late Adrienne Shelly (Sudden Manhattan, Waitress) directed by her friend and actress Cheryl Hines. This comedy stars Meg Ryan, Timothy Hutton, Kristen Bell, and Justin Long, all of whom are playing roles which they don't seem to fit (where was the casting director on this?). I wanted to give this a chance, but sadly, it just looks bad, bad, bad. And I'm guessing that has to do more with Cheryl Hines' directing than it does Adrienne Shelly's script. And also no one likes Meg Ryan anymore and she isn't funny in this at all.
Watch the trailer for Adrienne Shelly's Serious Moonlight:
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A dark comedy about a high-powered attorney who discovers that her husband is leaving her for another younger woman and duct tapes him to the toilet to talk right before their home is invaded by burglars.
Serious Moonlight is directed by actress Cheryl Hines, who is making her directorial debut with this indie. The screenplay was written by the late Adrienne Shelly (Sudden Manhattan, Waitress), a New York City based screenwriter who was tragically killed in her apartment in 2006. Magnolia Pictures will be bringing Serious Moonlight to limited theaters starting on December 4th this fall. Anyone planning on seeing it?
Reader Feedback - 15 Comments
Misery as a cheesy comedy? no thank you
DoomCanoe on Oct 15, 2009
Is this seriously a movie? I don't think I've seen anything so bad....well, I probably have, but not recent enough I can remember. Wtf did they offer these people to make them do this movie? I hate Meg Ryan anyway. Her face looks pretty bad.
Sabes on Oct 15, 2009
I feel like I'd want my money back if this was shown for free on a flight.
Nick Sears on Oct 15, 2009
Ouch, the years have not been good to Meg Ryan, and I assume she had a few more surgeries. It's weird seeing her playing a supposedly tough and cynical character when she was everybody's darling forever. Looks really bad.
SuicidalOptimist on Oct 15, 2009
I'm getting more and more worried for Kristen Bell.
Nick on Oct 15, 2009
I feel like I want my money back for watching that trailer! The title is a reference to David Bowie's "Let's Dance" by the way. That's about the best thing about this.
Eric on Oct 16, 2009
I can't even bring myself to hit play...Meg Ryan should just apply for a position at Pier 1 Imports and leave movies behind her.
normf on Oct 16, 2009
mmm..Meg Ryan! Is fantastic actress...great!
Follorto on Oct 16, 2009
Wow, isn't it a little early for the Jennifer Aniston biography movie?
Paul on Oct 16, 2009
the movie does indeed look very bad. but my biggest question from the trailer is : what happened to meg ryans face??!! it looks like plastic surgery gone horribly wrong.
beavis on Oct 16, 2009
I liked Waitress, it was very good movie, and I was very sorry to hear about Adrienne Shelly. And I also like this trailer, it's a chick flick, but it looks interesting enough to waste two hours to watch it. I would go to this with my girlfriend, with no shame at all.
2+2=4 on Oct 17, 2009
Suicidaloptimist.....watch Addicted to Love to see Meg Ryan play a tough and cynical character before she messed her face up so bad. It's a bummer she did whatever it was she did...she just looks pissed off all the time. The trailer doesn't look too awful to me. I'll probably see it for the heck of it. Funny for them to team up again since French Kiss.
optic junkie on Oct 18, 2009
This looks very dull and bleak
Jo on Oct 18, 2009
You mean the woman who used to look like Meg Ryan before all the awful plastic surgery. And with her romcom roles usurped by younger actresses and her serious roles a joke she's got nowhere to go.
snickers on Oct 19, 2009
Is it me or does the phrase "I'm going to Paris" bring back another movie with these two, dealing with the same plot..."French Kiss"? Come on Meg, you can do better....
Triston on Oct 20, 2009
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