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Music and Lyrics (9-Feb-2007)

Director: Marc Lawrence

Writer: Marc Lawrence

Keywords: Comedy

A past-his-prime singer, great with melodies yet terrible with lyrics, connects with a charming wordsmith when he is asked to compose a hit song.

ABSTRACT
Alex Fletcher, once a hot musical commodity in the 1980s, now spends his days playing low-rent gigs and reminiscing about happier times. A promising offer to write a song for pop star Cora Corman in a matter of days presents a challenge for Alex, as he has never actually written a single lyric in his life despite a gift for melodies. Enter Sophie Fisher, Alex's gardener and a talented wordsmith whose reluctant collaboration with the washed-up singer produces promising results and an unexpected romance with mere days to go before Cora's deadline.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Drew Barrymore
Actor
22-Feb-1975   E.T., The Wedding Singer
Haley Bennett
Actor
7-Jan-1988   Music and Lyrics
Brad Garrett
Actor
14-Apr-1960   Robert on Everybody Loves Raymond
Hugh Grant
Actor
9-Sep-1960   Four Weddings and a Funeral
Kristen Johnston
Actor
20-Sep-1967   3rd Rock from the Sun
Aasif Mandvi
Actor
5-Mar-1966   Daily Show correspondent
Matthew Morrison
Actor
30-Oct-1978   Will Schuester on Glee
Zak Orth
Actor
15-Oct-1970   When Trumpets Fade
Campbell Scott
Actor
19-Jul-1961   The Spanish Prisoner

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