Directed by Henry Jaglom. With Tanna Frederick, Justin Kirk, David Proval, Zack Norman. In the City of Angels, a young Iowan girl (Frederick) fresh off the bus falls in love with a promising actor (Kirk).
Hollywood Dreams is standard-issue direct-to-video material. An innocent young girl heads to Hollywood with stars in her eyes. Seemingly guided by radar, every lech, crooked agent and con artist in Tinseltown converge upon our poor heroine. Surprises and subtleties are at a minimum in Hollywood Dreams. There's naked flesh galore, and what isn't ...
A naive young woman tries to make it in Hollywood.
Hollywood Dreams is a wistful contemplation of the fickle nature of movie success. Touching, sweet, surprisingly optimistic and hilarious! - Scott Foundas, LA Weekly
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Directed by Ralph E. Portillo. With Carol Hoyt, John K. Wilson, Mary Scott, Brian Palermo. It's time for dreams to come true in Hollywood and the girls are hotter than ever. Follow this sex starved Producer and his wacky crew on their erotic adventures as they make a gangster movie. Wendy Thomas, a bright actress new to Hollywood, gets a fast education as she tries to make her Hollywood Dreams ...
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Directed by Steve James. With William Gates, Arthur Agee, Emma Gates, Curtis Gates. A film following the lives of two inner-city Chicago boys who struggle to become college basketball players on the road to going professional.
This is a list of films released in 1994. The top worldwide grosser was The Lion King, becoming the highest-grossing Walt Disney Feature Animation film of all-time, although it was slightly overtaken at the North American domestic box office by Forrest Gump, which won the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Hoop Dreams is a 1994 American documentary film directed by Steve James, and produced by Frederick Marx, James, and Peter Gilbert, with Kartemquin Films.It follows the story of two African-American high school students, William Gates and Arthur Agee, in Chicago and their dream of becoming professional basketball players.