A recently black-listed Hollywood screenwriter, Carey, is leaving Tinseltown on a feel-sorry-for-yourself drunk drive and winds up washed up (literally and figuratively) on a beach having suffered amnesia. Carey's character is confused and taken in by the love given by this town for their supposed returning war hero. But despite the cornball-ity of the whole thing, the sincerity of Mr.He's taken to a picturesque coastal California town and is mistaken (or is he? And what a boy he was--handsome, caring, talented... Carey's acting along with a fine ensemble cast pulls it off.Although the people there are pleasant and likable, the town is depressed and lifeless due to having lost 62 ... Edgar Hooverland find him and make him face the music? This is a throw back to the Kapra-Korn of earlier years.Jim Carey is a man who literally re-defines himself in the mold of the small-town hero. This is a movie that unabashedly creates a small town America that never was so polished and gleaming.
The only response the two ever received for their work was a supportive letter from Alan Arkin in regards to their screenplay titled Purely Coincidental.Charles Stuart "Charlie" Kaufman (born November 19, 1958) is an American screenwriter, producer, director, and lyricist.He wrote the films Being John Malkovich (1999), Adaptation (2002), and Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004).The rumpled Galahad bit of Philip Marlowe may have gotten corny and threadbare, but it beats watching competing squads of sociopaths battle it out for king of the corpse pile.
With each episode, seemed to get off even more on its own violence, and the murder of Bugsy Siegel (played by Ed Burns with a lot of James Caan shoulder aggression), was as pornographic as TV violence gets: a slow-motion, multi-orgasmic blood spurter that owed as much to was a big, hopeful bet that didn’t pay off for TNT.The detective who double-crossed him was the show’s brooding antihero, Joe Teague, played by Jon Bernthal, and let us just say that it’s difficult to develop a rooting interest in a corrupt, expressionless cop who shoots someone in the back, takes the money, and then philosophizes in the final, evocative minutes over what makes somebody turn to murder.