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Directed By: Clark Gregg
Stars By: Allison Janney, Amanda Peet, Clark Gregg, Felicity Huffman, Gareth Williams, Keith Ewell, Maxwell Smith, Molly Shannon, Niecy Nash, Paul Sparks, Phoebe Neidhardt, Sam Rockwell, Saxon Sharbino, Stella Gregg, William H. Macy
Released Year: 2013
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t recounts the story of a specialists of youthful on-screen characters, who in his day was additionally a kid star. One day, the man is a splendid youngster thirteen, and endeavors to close a significant contract to turn into a VIP.
“Trust Me,” the second feature directed by busy actor Clark Gregg, who also stars here, shifts into inside-showbiz-satire mode, or so it seems. Gregg, who also wrote the script, plays Howard, a puppy-dog-eager but down-on-his-luck agent whose pep talks to his clients are peppered with references to his own past as a child performer (“on my third call-back for ‘Boatniks,’” etc.). Howard’s been there, he knows, he cares, and yet he keeps losing kids to rapacious rival Aldo (Sam Rockwell, star of Gregg’s prior feature “Choke,” and here doing an odd verbal impersonation of Jeff Goldblum). Things seem to start looking up for Howard when he stumbles upon beautiful teen Lydia (Saxon Sharbino), a volatile girl possessed of emotional quicksilver, perfect for a role in an upcoming teen-vampire-franchise movie that could make megabucks for her, for Howard, and for Lydia’s drunkard dad.
This portion of the film, during which hapless Howard also pursues an attractive neighbor played by Amanda Peet, aspires to “Sweet Smell of Success” meets “The Player” meets “The Big Picture” acuity, and despite the knowing name-drops (the vampire movie has attracted Ang Lee as director, Helen Mirren as adult lead) and the arrogant bad behavior of a producer played by Felicity Huffman, and much else in the way of wants-to-be-verisimilitude, it never gets in swinging distance of such a thing.