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Sierra Young is a rising ingénue, making $10 million per picture. She's also a spoiled brat, partying all night, complaining on the set, unable to perform well. After a tantrum, in which she gets two black eyes, the director has her sent to a rehab clinic in a remote Utah town. Within a day, she's run away and is taken in by Nettie, who runs a bed and breakfast inn. Sierra also meets Nettie's grandson, Tyler, head of the local community theater. Sierra invents a name, tells Nettie a wild story, and reads for a part in Tyler's production of "Taming of the Shrew." Meanwhile, her entourage hires a private eye to find her. In a small town of real people, will she find herself first?Written by
I just barely watched this film and have to say it was laughable at best. The film obviously was inspired by the Lindsey Lohan story with the film diva being so out of control that she is forced into therapy. This film appears to be written for a G rating as it avoids any real life situations and the down to earth realities that real dramas involve. Disney can pull it off, but these film makers need to practice a little more before trying to produce something audiences may enjoy. I have seen better acting out of "Three's Company" re-runs, the only thing missing is the over the top laugh track. The guy playing the director, Mac, has an English (I think)accent that is about as believable as the shark in Jaws 4 ...remember, the one that roars? Lol. I would call this complete trash, but that would be giving it too much credit.
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