Making of a Male Model

Making of a Male Model

Kay Dillon, a successful modeling agent, meets the young and handsome ranch hand Tyler Burnett in Nevada. She can't help but notice his incredible good looks and invites him to move to New York and start working for her as a male model. Burnett accepts the invitation and goes to New York to start his modeling career. But Tyler longs for more in life: a woman to love and his own ranch. Can he remain the biggest male model in the industry, and still get his heart's desires? Is Kay the woman to give all that to him?

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Wrik S (kr) wrote: Great movie- only if nonsense film making is your genre

David O (de) wrote: ratchet ghetto nonsense. funny to watch. Blair witch project in the hood.

Ivery S (gb) wrote: them guys got hands !

Arthur P (ca) wrote: Interesting look at the beer industry, actually learned alot about it especially the three tier system. Although have to say it was very slanted against Budweiser and made them out to be the ultimate villian and when they should have focused more on the system itself and not Bud. But all in all very good documentary.

Octavian (ca) wrote: "Elephant", but less skilled.

Jack T (de) wrote: Wow. Please tell me this gets better.

Grant S (gb) wrote: An OK, but not great, Francis Ford Coppola movie. Had the makings of a great story, but wasn't entirely coherent, or completely formed. Seemed contrived at times and basically didn't flow entirely well. Still, interesting enough.Probably the highlight of the movie is all the appearances of current-day stars, before they were stars: Matt Dillon, Mickey Rourke, Nicolas Cage (Francis Ford Coppola's nephew), Diane Lane, Chris Penn, Laurence Fishburne. Coppola's daughter Sophia gets a minor role, and there is a minor appearance by Tom Waits. Dennis Hopper is the only then-known-actor in the cast. All give good performances.

Clayton C (au) wrote: its Lynchian...gotta love it.

Private U (br) wrote: wo mukaddar ka sikandar...janeman kehlayega..

August C (de) wrote: So bland and mundane, nothing about this film stands out except for Arnold under a different screen name.

Michael M (fr) wrote: Nancy Meyers movies are always so upbeat and positive and everything always works out and the scenery and settings are vibrant. They can be a nice change of pace every now and again.