The Tao of Steve was produced by Ted Hope and James Schamus' Good Machine production company and released through Sony Pictures Classics.Logue won the 2000 Sundance Film Festival's Special Jury Prize for outstanding performance in a dramatic film and the film itself was nominated for the Grand Jury Prize. Duncan North) is a teacher, writer and relationship counselor. His work includes (and is entirely limited to) a romantic advice column (The Tao of Love), some magazine articles, two screenplays (The Tao of Steve, Hell Can Wait) and numerous apology notes. In 2000, Sony Pictures Classics released The Tao of Steve, a film inspired by his life and philosophy.Good game actually makes you a better lover, not just a more convincing approximation of one.The movie itself is fairly low-budget and, as such, the acting occasionally leaves something to be desired.The protagonist's 'stoner wittiness' becomes pretty monotonous and annoying preachy.If the movie concentrated less on being hip and ironic, and more on the characters, the film would be better.
It has only three tenets: I will go over each of these tenets individually, but first, a note on the title.Crystal (1998) Performed by Epperley Written by Dave Bynum (as David Bynum), Matt Nader, Dave Terry (as David Terry), John Truskett Published by Windswept Pacific Songs Courtesy of Triple X Records See more » This is a somewhat endearing indie flick, but it suffers from an amateurish script and inexperienced directing.For a movie that has the potential to be pretty funny, it takes itself far too seriously.But the idea that a person could actually learn and perfect the art of attraction, regardless of their physical appearance, was a new, and captivating, concept for me.On this second viewing, many years and experiences later, I am still impressed with the wisdom underlying Dex’s method, and the overall message of the film, which is that, ultimately, game is about becoming a more valuable human being, not about manipulating potential lovers into sleeping with you despite your lack of value.