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Duets
Directed byBruce Paltrow
Produced byJohn Byrum
Kevin Jones
Bruce Paltrow
Screenplay byJohn Byrum
StarringGwyneth Paltrow
Huey Lewis
Paul Giamatti
Maria Bello
Andre Braugher
Scott Speedman
Music byDavid Newman
CinematographyPaul Sarossy
Edited byGerald B. Greenberg
Production
company
Distributed byBuena Vista Pictures
Release date
  • September 9, 2000 (Toronto International Film Festival)
112 minutes
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish
Budget$21 million
Box office$6.6 million[1]

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Duets is a 2000 American road trip film co-produced and directed by Bruce Paltrow and written by John Byrum. The motion picture features an ensemble cast with Gwyneth Paltrow, Huey Lewis, Paul Giamatti, Maria Bello, Angie Dickinson, Scott Speedman, and Andre Braugher among others.[2] The movie 'revolves around the little known world of karaoke competitions and the wayward characters who inhabit it.'[2]

Plot[edit]

The story revolves around unrelated pairs of people who spend time in karaoke bars across the United States in the week leading up to a big contest in Omaha.

  • Ricky Dean (Huey Lewis) is a hustler on the karaoke circuit. He travels from town to town feigning ambivalence of karaoke, then winning both the contests and side bets with locals. He is detoured by a phone call and travels to Las Vegas for the funeral of an ex-girlfriend; while there, he meets his daughter Liv (Gwyneth Paltrow), with whom he hasn't made contact for many years. Seeking a father figure after the death of her mother, Liv joins him against his wishes on the road, both singing solos at karaoke bars. They are involved in a bar fight when one of Ricky's marks retaliates.
  • Depressed California salesman Todd Woods (Paul Giamatti) is so exhausted from business travel that he doesn't even know what city he's in; when he gets home, his wife Candy (Kiersten Warren) and two children are too self-absorbed to even say hello. Bored, he walks out on his family and his old life, driving aimlessly. He wanders into a karaoke bar in New Mexico, where a fellow participant offers beta blockers to help him overcome his anxiety and stage fright. Todd gets hooked on the drugs as he keeps driving. In Utah, he picks up hitchhiker Reggie Kane (Andre Braugher), a charismatic but violent fugitive convict, who has already robbed at gunpoint a truck driver who gave him a lift. The two form an unlikely friendship after Reggie reveals a beautiful singing voice during a duet at another karaoke bar. Todd's mental health deteriorates further as Reggie tries to keep him out of trouble; he first has to drag Todd out of a hotel when he threatens the clerk with a gun; then, after Todd causes a standoff at a service station, Reggie shoots and kills the attendant. Reggie arranges for Candy to meet them in Omaha, but an emotionless Todd rejects her, insisting he is finished with his former life.
  • Cincinnati-based underachieving cab driver and onetime aspiring priest Billy (Scott Speedman) goes on a drinking binge after catching his partner cheating on him. He meets Suzi Loomis (Maria Bello), a brokedrifter who gets by on karaoke contest prizes and sexual favors. Neither respects the other's lifestyle, but Billy nonetheless agrees to drive her to California, stopping at karaoke bars for Suzi to compete along the way.

All three pairs end up at the Omaha contest, each having won the right to compete there for $5,000 by virtue of winning in a smaller town. Finally accepting his daughter, Ricky invites her to perform a duet of her mother's favourite song, 'Cruisin'. Billy discovers that Suzi's confidence is fake when he finds her in the ladies' room, vomiting from stage fright, but he convinces her to compete. Reggie sees the police arrive, investigating the service station shooting. He performs an a cappella version of 'Free Bird' before pulling a gun on stage, prompting police to shoot him; this gives Todd a chance to put the full blame for the service station shooting on Reggie, which frees Todd to return to his old life.

After the contest, Billy and Suzi continue on their way to California. Billy invites Liv (with whom he had been flirting with at the contest) and Ricky to join them, and they resolve to take a slight detour to another karaoke contest in Nevada. Todd and Candy contemplate reconciliation, but the fate of their relationship is left open.

Cast[edit]

  • Gwyneth Paltrow as Liv Dean
  • Huey Lewis as Ricky Dean
  • Maria Bello as Suzi Loomis
  • Andre Braugher as Reggie Kane
  • Paul Giamatti as Todd Woods
  • Scott Speedman as Billy Hannan
  • Lochlyn Munro as Ronny Jackson
  • Angie Dickinson as Blair
  • John Pinette as Finals singer
  • Maya Rudolph as Omaha Hostess
  • Keegan Connor Tracy as Shelia
  • Kiersten Warren as Candy Woods
  • Marian Seldes as Harriet Gahagan
  • Brent Butt as Hotel clerk
  • Aaron Pearl as Buddy
  • Steve Oatway as Ralph Beckerman

Production[edit]

Bruce Paltrow spent several years trying to get the project started. The film was produced outside Disney's main production channels and was acquired and financed by Buena Vista Film Sales and was distributed through Hollywood Pictures.[3]

This was the only time Gwyneth Paltrow and her producer/director father Bruce Paltrow worked together on a film project, and it was also Bruce Paltrow's last production before his death.

Brad Pitt was first cast in Speedman's role, but, after he and Gwyneth Paltrow announced the end of their off-camera romance, Pitt decided not to take the role.

Film locations[edit]

The film locations include Las Vegas, Nevada; British Columbia, Canada; and Los Angeles, California.

Reception[edit]

Critical response[edit]

Film critic Roger Ebert gave the film a thumbs down on his television program, and wrote on his newspaper review, 'Duets has little islands of humor and even perfection, floating in a sea of missed marks and murky intentions.'[4]Kenneth Turan, film critic for the Los Angeles Times, described the film as 'six characters in search of a movie. Any movie will do...'[5]

Critic Bob Graham, writing for the San Francisco Chronicle, liked the spirit of the film and the acting, and he wrote, 'Cut 'Duets' some slack. This is an appealing, and ultimately moving, ensemble comedy/drama about ordinary folks whose one chance at anything resembling stardom is a karaoke contest...The fable style is a fragile one. The Ally McBeal test probably applies here. Fans of that show are likely to give themselves over to Duets, too.'[6]

Variety critic Todd McCarthy singled out Giamatti's work and character, writing, 'Giamatti gets the lion's share of Byrum's good lines and if the film is to go over with auds, it will be largely due to this character and performance, which reps one of the funniest sustained rants against the lowest common denominator in American culture that has been seen in ages.'[7]

Overall, many critics echoed Stephanie Zacharek's review in Salon.com. She wrote, 'Its three interlocking stories don't find the right rhythmic balance, and some of the dialogue is stiff and mannered.' Zacharek did praise the acting and the film's message. She added, 'In that respect, the way Duets treats its characters is refreshing. There are brief moments when it reminds us that plenty of people enjoy karaoke at the expense of their audience (during one scene an Asian businessman warbles tunelessly in the background), but Duets isn't out to make anyone look ridiculous.'[8]

Distribution[edit]

The producers marketed the film using the following tagline:

Six lost souls in search of a little harmony.

The film was first presented at the Toronto International Film Festival on September 9, 2000. When released nationwide on September 15, 2000, it suffered at the box office. The first week's gross sales at the box office was $2,002,588 (581 screens) and the total receipts for the run were $4,734,235.

In its widest release the film was featured in 583 theaters and the film was in circulation for seven weeks.[9] The production budget was $16,000,000.

Home media[edit]

A VHSvideocassette and DVD of the film was released on May 8, 2001 by Hollywood Pictures Home Entertainment. The DVD contained additional features: a commentary track by director Bruce Paltrow and producer Kevin Jones, additional scenes, conversations with director Bruce Paltrow, and a multi-angle music video of 'Cruisin'.

Soundtrack[edit]

Duets: Original Soundtrack
Soundtrack album
ReleasedSeptember 12, 2000
GenreVarious
LabelHollywood

An original motion picture soundtrack album was released on September 12, 2000, by Hollywood Records. The CD contained twelve tracks, including the original music composed for the film by David Newman.

The actors who sang their own tunes in the film, and included on the CD, are: Huey Lewis, Gwyneth Paltrow, Paul Giamatti, and Maria Bello. Arnold McCuller sings all of Andre Braugher's songs including Lynyrd Skynyrd's 'Free Bird', performed a cappella.

The soundtrack spawned two hit singles in Australia, with Gwyneth Paltrow and Huey Lewis' 'Cruisin' spending two weeks at No. 1 in Australia[10] and five weeks at No. 1 in New Zealand,[11] with Paltrow's 'Bette Davis Eyes' also becoming a top 3 hit in Australia.[12]

Michael Bublé has a cameo singing 'Strangers in the Night', but the song is not included on the soundtrack.

No.TitleWriter(s)Performer(s)Length
1.'Feeling Alright'Dave MasonHuey Lewis4:03
2.'Bette Davis Eyes'Donna Weiss, Jackie DeShannonGwyneth Paltrow4:20
3.'Cruisin'Smokey Robinson, Marv TarplinGwyneth Paltrow, Huey Lewis4:52
4.'Just My Imagination (Running Away with Me)'Norman Whitfield, Barrett StrongBabyface, Gwyneth Paltrow4:10
5.'Try a Little Tenderness'Jimmy Campbell, Reg Connelly, Harry M. WoodsPaul Giamatti, Arnold McCuller3:36
6.'Hello It's Me'Todd RundgrenPaul Giamatti4:12
7.'I Can't Make You Love Me'Mike Reid, Allen ShamblinMaria Bello4:22
8.'Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)'Annie Lennox, David A. StewartMaria Bello4:31
9.'Lonely Teardrops'Berry Gordy, Tyran Carlo, Gwendolyn GordyHuey Lewis3:01
10.'Copacabana (At the Copa)'Barry Manilow, Bruce Sussman, Jack FeldmanJohn Pinette3:46
11.'Free Bird'Allen Collins, Ronnie Van ZantArnold McCuller1:23
12.'Beginnings/Endings'David NewmanDavid Newman1:59

References[edit]

  1. ^Duets at Box Office Mojo
  2. ^ abDuets on IMDb.
  3. ^Lyons, Charles; Petrikin, Chris (September 8, 1999). 'Disney keeps 2 pix in family'. Daily Variety. p. 1. Retrieved June 12, 2020.
  4. ^Ebert, Roger. Chicago Sun-Times, film review, September 9, 2000. Last accessed: December 12, 2007.
  5. ^Turan, Kenneth. Los Angeles Times, film review, 'Nothing Much to Sing About,' September 15, 2000.
  6. ^Graham, Bob. San Francisco Chronicle, page C-3, 'Ordinary Folks Find Their Voices, 'Duets' a fable set in karaoke bar,' September 15, 2000.
  7. ^Variety September 8, 2000.
  8. ^Zacharek, Stephanie. Salon, film review, September 15, 2000.
  9. ^The Numbers box office data. Last accessed: December 12, 2007.
  10. ^'australian-charts.com - Gwyneth Paltrow and Huey Lewis - Cruisin''. Hung Medien. Retrieved December 6, 2014.
  11. ^'charts.nz - Gwyneth Paltrow and Huey Lewis - Cruisin''. Hung Medien. Retrieved December 6, 2014.
  12. ^'australian-charts.com - Gwyneth Paltrow - Bette Davis Eyes'. Hung Medien. Retrieved December 6, 2014.

External links[edit]

  • Duets at the American Film Institute Catalog
  • Duets on IMDb
  • Duets at Rotten Tomatoes
  • Duets at AllMovie
  • Duets film clip on YouTube (Paul Giamatti and Andre Braugher)
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Catalog NumberLACM-14161
Barcode4540774141616
Release DateDec 18, 2013
Publish FormatCommercial
Release Price1300 JPY
Media FormatCD
ClassificationVocal, Drama
OrganizationsLantis(Label),Lantis Co., Ltd.(Manufacturer),BANDAI VISUAL CO., LTD.(Distributor)
ComposerYusuke Itagaki, Kensuke Okamoto
ArrangerYusuke Itagaki, Kensuke Okamoto
PerformerNobunaga Shimazaki, Tatsuhisa Suzuki
LyricistSaori Codama

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Disc length25:34
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M-01
Composition & Arrangement: Yakusuke Itagi
Lyrics: Saori Codama
M-02
Composition & Arrangement: Kensuke Okamoto
Lyrics: Saori Codama
M-03
Haruka Nanase: CV. Nobunaga Shimazaki
Makoto Tachibana: CV. Tatsuhisa Suzuki