Discovering movies that are absolute gems is a personal fixation, and one film that continues to resonate is The House of Tomorrow. It hits select Los Angeles and New York theaters today, and if you’re into perceptively written coming-of-age stories, this narrative should be worth your time and effort . . .
One of the many great aspects of Me and Earl and the Dying Girl is newcomer RJ Cyler, who’s a scene stealer as Greg’s (Thomas Mann) best friend and filmmaking collaborator. It was just over two years ago when his family moved from Florida to California in hopes of seeing Cyler’s acting career take off. And thanks to Me and Earl and the Dying Girl – it did.
Whether it’s the Spaghetti Western inspired Casa De Mi Padre or the somber drama Smashed, Nick Offerman usually manages to steal the show. He and fellow character Christopher McDonald (Quiz Show, Happy Gilmore) are part of the cast for Believe Me, a comedy which opens September 26.
The story centers on a college student named Sam (Alex Russell of Chronicle fame) who, along with several friends, creates a fake charity to embezzle money and pay for their educational expenses. Sam’s quest for dirty money hits a snag when he falls in love with his fake charity’s tour manager Callie (Johanna Braddy). During the tour’s final night, he must decide whether to come clean with his shady operation or stay quiet and keep his share of the dough.
The Believe Me trailer is below, and Headline Features is coordinating a publicity outreach campaign where movie fans can take part in the project’s marketing process. Check out the trailer below, and if you want to see how to get involved and become part of Believe Me’s street team, check out the movie’s official website.
Believe Me also stars Max Adler (the closeted bully from Glee), Zachary Knighton (Happy Endings), and hip hop artist Lecrae.
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