Alison Brie Plays It Safe Or Risks It All In Her Film Save The Date

Alison Brie Plays It Safe Or Risks It All In Her Film Save The Date

Many people might not have heard of Alison Brie before but she has certainly been around both in TV as well as in movies. She has played as Annie Edison on Community and Trudy Campbell on Mad Men respectively. Alison Brie has also starred in the 2011 thriller film Scream 4 as well as in the 2012 comedy The Five-Year Engagement. She has also been recognized as one of Maxim’s Hot 100 garnering the 99th to the 49thspot last year. Eventually, Alison Brie will have more chances to showcase her talents and skills in acting as she moves on to greater things both in TV and in her movie career.

Being single or being in a relationship highly affects Sarah as she has lived independently all her life. But when her boyfriend publicly proposes to her, Sarah breaks down which eventually leads to them breaking up. With nowhere else to go and no one to trust, Sarah seeks the help of her sister but is tied up with preparing her own wedding. This leaves her all alone until she finds a new romance with an adorable man. But with her past experience in love, Sarah must confront her fears as she decides to play it safe again or risk it all in the name of love.

Save The Date is a comedy and drama film that is scheduled to be released this coming December 14, 2012. It is directed by Michael Mohan and is distributed by IFC Films. This film stars Alison Brie, Lizzy Caplan, Martin Starr, Geoffrey Arend, Mark Webber, and Melonie Diaz. Save The Date might just be another sweet flick movie but it is certainly a must see one. Moviegoers and enthusiasts alike will without a doubt be amazed of this movie as it hits theaters this coming December.

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