One Dimension, at most

“[Dimension] broke the glass ceiling. Instead of looking up at it and wondering, What goes on up there? they found out. [The Weinstein brothers] love money. It was, Oh my god, isn’t this wonderful. And it came in so fast it was mind-altering.”— Jack Foley, former VP of Distribution, Miramax as quoted by Peter Biskind in Down and Dirty Pictures, page 173)
They apparently also found the rock-bottom, and went right through it:
Title: Girls Gone Wild
Log line: A thirtysomething woman endures a horrible breakup with her boyfriend and decides to go a little wild on a vacation with two best friends.
Writer: Anya Kochoff
Agent: Endeavor
Buyer: Dimension Films
Price: n/a
Genre: Comedy
Logged: 2/2/04
More: Pitch. Anya Kochoff and Josie Rosen will produce.
(From Done Deal, Feb. 3, 2004)
Anyone care to guess the cast? Debra Messing, perhaps? Maybe Lea Remini? Or maybe Kari Wuhrer.

One reply on “One Dimension, at most”

Why not all three?
Or how about Juliette Lewis as the wacky best friend – that seems to be what her agent is selling her as.
Actually, though, when I think 30something and horrible breakup these days, I think Mary Louise Parker. But she did this movie already: Boys on the Side.

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