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Complications arise involving the ex-girlfriend Nicky, who is still in his band. Some movie posters for the film featured a long blurb that read: "He's a rock star on a roll.
The music is the best part of the show, and once again Rick triumphs in this field!
He is a frequent lecturer on a range of development topics including especially CSR and NGOs.
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Details the efforts of a pop-rock star (James Roberts / Rick Springfield) to win the love of a woman he meets in a car accident. The song "Love Somebody" (performed in a concert sequence at the end of the film) makes the hour and a half long movie worth renting or buying.
None of the usual gambits work on this woman, who has never heard of him.
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Rick is a very talented actor and this movie WASTED his talents, other than the sequences with him singing in concert. See more » I agree with another person's comments that Rick was not given much to work with. Love is hard to find, when the whole world is watching".That same month, Hammons appeared on Denver 9 News' Your Show to make the case for changing Colorado election law and allowing the Unity Party's more recently affiliated candidates to petition onto the General Election ballot as Unity Party candidates, along with himself.On May 27, 2010, Colorado Governor Bill Ritter signed House Bill 10-1271, which will allow Colorado's unaffiliated candidates for public office (including, technically, Unity Party candidates) to run for office if their voter registration has not changed during the year of the election in question, beginning in 2012.