Bert Convy plays Cary Grant, just to show you how wrong this movie is.
Two things this biopic about playwright Moss Hart captures very well are waiting for people to make a decision about your script and then listening to people who don't want your script tell you why they don't want it.
Eli Wallach is a good Jed Harris (I forget the name they gave him here for legal reasons) and George Segal is brutally cringy as Lester Sweyd, Hart's frenemy, who helps Hart hook up with the biggest producer on Broadway, and then dies inside as Hart succeeds phenomenally.
Otherwise, Oscar-winning screenwriter and former MGM boss Dore Schary's one movie as director is pretty inept. He knew Hart…