|Table for Three|
|Directed by||Michael Samonek|
|Produced by||Nathan Reimann|
|Written by||Michael Samonek|
|Music by||Philip Giffin|
|Edited by||Sandy S. Solowitz|
|Distributed by||Starz Media|
Table for Three was released straight to DVD on the 23 of June 2009.
Scott is a suddenly single young man, who is known for rushing into relationships. He invites a co-dependent, seemingly "perfect couple" to share his large apartment, only to see them completely disrupt his life when they insert themselves into his new romance.
- Brandon Routh as Scott Teller
- Jesse Bradford as Ryan Becket
- Sophia Bush as Mary Kincaid
- Jennifer Morrison as Leslie Green
- Johnny Galecki as Ted
- Liza Lapira as Nerissa
- Neil Jackson as Tre
- Melinda Sward as Nina
- Coleman McClary as Tom
- Melora Harte as Woman
The film has been panned by various film critics. An example is Jason McKiernan review for AMC: "Table for Three is not the most painful movie experience one will ever have, but it is one of the most unnecessary. We've seen it all before, and we don't need to see it again. The characters are wooden, the plot is tedious, and the comedy is strained and corny. For their part, the actors do what they can, but with material this uninspiring, they would be better off pooling their salaries to buy a more interesting screenplay."
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