Harris Chappell is determined to reboot his career with a high-profile Broadway show. Trouble is, he has no idea what he's getting himself into.
Meeting Spencer is a contemporary comedy that plays like a screwball farce while spying on the lives and entanglements of a coterie of Broadway insiders during one fateful night in Manhattan. Famed director Harris Chappell (Jeffrey Tambor) plans to relaunch his Broadway career after suffering a humiliating series of flops in Hollywood. He arrives at Frankie & Johnnie's restaurant anxious to see his former flame Didi (Melinda McGraw) and meet a struggling young actor, Spencer West (Jesse Plemons), as a favor to an old friend. A night of revelry and revelations proceeds as Chappell encounters a series of unexpected roadblocks. As his plans for a triumphant comeback spiral wildly out of control, he not only must doubt whether his highly anticipated new play will ever see the light of day, but he must begin to question his own sanity as well.
During one fateful night at Frankie & Johnnie's steakhouse in Manhattan, famed (but fading) director Harris Chappell (Tambor) plans to re-launch his Broadway career after suffering a humiliating series of flops in Hollywood. In HD.
Newly engaged couple Lucia and Marcus learn the hard way that the path to saying "I do" can be rife with familial strife. When they return from college and suddenly announce their marriage plans, Lucia and Marcus soon discover that their fathers - two highly competitive, over-the-top egos - can wreak a major amount of havoc on their special day. With only weeks to plan their wedding, Lucia and Marcus will discover the true meaning of love and find there is truth to the saying - that when you marry someone, you marry their entire family!
The weeks leading up to a young couple's wedding is comic and stressful, especially as their respective fathers (Whitaker and Mencia) try to lay to rest their feud.
Newly engaged couple Lucia and Marcus learn the hard way that the path to saying 'I do' can be rife with familial strife.
Though anchored in a long-time relationship with Reisel (Rhea Perlman), octogenarian author Max Kohn (Otto Tausig) uses his frequent book tours as opportunities to let erotic imagination take flight. There are fantasy flings with a needy widow (Caroline Aaron) and a Cuban housekeeper (Elizabeth Peña), which then give way to a real-life intimate encounter with a former student (Barbara Hershey). Finally, a fondly recalled but painful interlude with a free spirited woman (Tovah Feldsuh) challenges Max's peace of mind even as it feeds his work. Based on three short stories by Isaac Bashevis Singer (Yentl), LOVE COMES LATELY braids fiction, fantasy, and autobiography into a bittersweet comedy-drama.
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