Starring: Aaron Eckhart, Timothy Olyphant, Jessica Alba, Elizabeth Banks, Logan Lerman, Shirly Brener, Kristen Wiig
Director: Bernie Goldmann, Melisa Wallack
Studio: First Look Pictures
Rating: R (For language, some drug use and sex-related material.)
Release Date: April 4, 2008 (Limited)
A doormat if ever there was one. A man reduced to a mere accessory to his family by working a dead end job at his father-in law's bank and arguing about his overindulgent love for chocolate with his wife Jess (Elizabeth Banks) who is loathe to explain her "friendship" with the local news anchorman (Timothy Olyphant). But Bill's fate begins to change when he becomes mentor to a self-assured boy (Logan Lerman) who engineers Bill's recovery with the help of a cute lingerie sales girl named Lucy (Jessica Alba). Together, the trio confronts Bill's hapless life with humor and energy while forcing him to capture his dream of being financially independent and self-confident. "Meet Bill" is a film about what it means to let go of your inhibitions and find the path you're destined for.
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