Alex (Donald Sutherland) is the hottest commodity in Hollywood, a first-time director who's completed an unreleased but buzzed-about movie. Opportunity doesn't knock, it hammers. Alex and his wife (Ellen Burstyn) can buy a big home (which one?). He can lunch with a big producer (the producer pitches him). He can dream big (and in outlandish reveries, he does). The only thing Alex can't do is decide what he'll film next.
Jazzy New York opening sequence featuring a disguised Godfrey Cambridge, from Theodore J. (Ted) Flicker's comedy-mystery hybrid The President's Analyst, 1967, starring James Coburn.
Scenes from a Mall -- A best-selling pop psychologist and a high-powered sports lawyer seem to be the perfect couple. When the couple goes on a shopping spree, they find themselves working on some of their differences and causing more damage than they intended.
When James Coburn becomes The President's Analyst (1967), he becomes the pawn of one conspiracy after another.
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SCENES FROM A MALL teams up comedy's ultimate mix of combustible fun -- Bette Midler and Woody Allen! She's a best-selling pop psychologist and he's a high-powered sports lawyer. During a shopping spree in an upscale mall, this Beverly Hills duo's seemingly happy marriage takes an outlandish turn for the worse when they try to work out some of their marital differences -- and it ends up costing them lots more than they bargained for. You'll cash in on a great deal of fun when you check out this hilarious adventure about marriage, infidelity, and bargain shopping!
A best-selling pop psychologist and a high-powered sports lawyer seem to be the perfect couple. When the couple goes on a shopping spree, they find themselves working on some of their differences and causing more damage than they intended.
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