Rob Gordon (John Cusack) is a self-confessed music loving everyman with a poor understanding of women. After getting dumped by his latest girlfriend, Laura (Iben Hjejle), he decides to look up some of his old partners in an attempt to figure out where he keeps going wrong in his relationships.
He spends his days at his record store, Championship Vinyl, where he holds court over the customers that drift through. Helping Rob in his task of musical elitism are Dick (Todd Louiso) and Barry (Jack Black), the "musical moron twins," as he refers to them. Armed with an encyclopedic knowledge of all things musical, they compile "top five" lists for every conceivable occasion, openly mock the tastes of their customers, and, every so often, sell a few records. Read more on Wikipedia.
|Genre:||Drama, Comedy, Music, Romance|
|Country:||United Kingdom, United States|
|Produced By:||Steve Pink, Mike Newell, Liza Chasin, D.V. Devincentis, Tim Bevan, John Cusack, Rudd Simmons, Alan Greenspan|
|Directed By:||Stephen Frears|
|Written By:||Steve Pink, Nick Hornby, Scott Rosenberg, D.V. DeVincentis, John Cusack|
|Cast:||Michele Graff, Polly Noonan, Jack Black, Drake Bell, Ben Carr, Rich Talarico, Susie Cusack, Ian Michaels, Todd Louiso, Sara Gilbert, Andrew Micheli, Joan Cusack, Margaret Travolta, Tim Robbins, Mark Finney, Susan Hegarty, Tristan Layne Tapscott, Shannon Stillo, David Darlow, Chris Bauer, Marilyn Dodds Frank, Jillian Peterson, Duke Doyle, Chris Rehmann, Aaron Himelstein, Leah Gale, Scott A. Martin, Laura Whyte, Matthew O'Neill, Joelle Carter, Alex Désert, Natasha Gregson Wagner, Julie DiJohn, Penny Marshall, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Brian Powell, Ian Belknap, John Cusack, Harold Ramis, Iben Hjejle, Lisa Bonet, James Azrael, K.K. Dodds, Dick Cusack, Lili Taylor|
|In Theaters:||Mar 31, 2000|
|Runtime:||1 hour 53 minutes|
|Production:||Touchstone Pictures, Working Title Films, Dogstar Films|
|Available On:||Amazon, Itunes, Vudu|