Nothing Sacred

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Released 1937

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Director:
Keely Christian
Released:
1937
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Nothing Sacred is a 2000 romantic comedy written and directed by David Elliot and Mark Huppin that tells the story of three young men who struggle with their own emotional dilemmas in a profound yet hilarious manner. Darin (Paul Provenza) is an accomplished man with a great career who is married to Natalie (Shannon Day). Still, it seems that he is not happy with his daily routine and wants some excitement in the arms of another woman. His friend Matt (Stephen Dunham) is the ultimate ladies' man who is tired of occasional relationships and is ready to settle for something more meaningful. Kevin (John Gloria), however, finds it very difficult to date someone and is frustrated by his lack of success with women. While they seem to have different personalities and lifestyles, they find comfort in sharing their thoughts and making plans for the future. Darin is attracted to Maxine (Krista Taylor) while Kevin and Matt totally disapprove that he wants to cheat on Natalie, his nice wife. At the end of the day they all have to find peace of mind and move on with their lives.moreless

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Comedy, Drama

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Classics, Slapstick