Deal of a Lifetime

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Deal of a Lifetime
Deal of a Lifetime US DVD Cover
Directed by Paul Levine
Produced by Daniel Helberg
Yorman Pelman
Written by Katharine R. Sloan
Starring Kevin Pollak
Shiri Appleby
Michael A. Goorjian
Music by Daryl Orenge
Amotz Plessner
Cinematography Denise Brassard
Edited by Marcus Manton
Distributed by Mgm/Ua Studios
Release date
  • 1999 (1999)
Running time
94 min.
Country United States
Language English

Deal of a Lifetime is a 1999 US romantic comedy film starring Shiri Appleby, Michael A. Goorjian, and Kevin Pollak.

The film centers on the main character Henry Spooner (played by Michael A. Goorjian), the school nerd who has a crush on Laurie, the prettiest, most popular girl in his high school. After a conversation with his friend he mutters under his breath that he would sell his soul to the Devil to go out with Laurie. From that point on, he gets his wish to date Laurie, but things don't go according to plan.

Part of the soundtrack includes the song "Let Yourself Go", which was written and performed by L.A. musician Paul Delph for his final album A God That Can Dance. The song is included in the final scene.[1]



The film currently holds a 4.7 rating on IMDb.[2]

Home Media[edit]

The film was released on DVD on October 31, 2000.[3]


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