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Nice additions: Sarah Hyland as Wendy's daughter, Robert Buckley as Kirby, Andrew Mc Carthy as Joe Bennett, and Wendy's assistant (I can't find his name).
His boss, God (Owen Wilson), has mostly stepped aside from his day-to-day work to enjoy indulging in his favourite hobbies, leaving Craig to work his greatest miracle ever to prevent Earth's destruction.
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See full summary » Carole Lombard is featured in several ways.
Victory is seen watching two different Carole Lombard movies, Hands Across the Table (1935) and Love Before Breakfast (1936).
Before being thrown into a room with “Mozart in the Jungle” actors Malcolm Mc Dowell and Bernadette Peters, we decided to do some research. Surely they, over their long careers, worked on the same film, or maybe with the same director, some actor? One is a British bad boy, still best known for “A Clockwork Orange.” The other is a Broadway god and Stephen Sondheim muse. The closest we could get was they both worked with Dom De Luise: Peters in Mel Brooks’ “Silent Movie,” Mc Dowell in a forgotten (and cheap-looking) 1990 animated film called “Happily Ever After.” And since it was a toon, Mc Dowell and De Luise probably never shared the same booth. (He cites a production of “Aladdin” as one.) Unlike Peters, he abandoned it.
For help, he sought out “this old hammy actor,” who told him to avoid the speeches everyone does.“He gave me the prologue to ‘Henry VIII,’ which I don’t think Shakespeare wrote. Indeed, Mc Dowell presently has over 200 film credits on his résumé. I finally said, ‘I need to stop doing these fakakta films.’ Then I did ‘Pennies from Heaven.’ That was not fakakta.