I actually love this biopic, but I'm taking a star off because they cut scenes out - why did they do that!? The scenes weren't even that long! So, this was a CBS biopic, and was originally broadcasted in 2003. A few years later, Netflix had the streaming rights to it, and it was available in 2012, and recently Crackle had it to stream - Amazon is coming out with another Lucy biopic starring Nicole Kidman (poor choice), and that will be available this month, on December 21st to stream. Danny Pino is an excellent character actor. He even got Desi Arnaz's accent and mannerisms and facial expressions perfectly. They should have offer him the role again, not to mention that Pino is actually Cuban himself. For Lucy, they should have went with Debra Messing (who is a redhead and a comedian herself, and a New Yorker). I'm disappointed in the poor casting choice... Kidman is freaking Australian or something! The guy they chose for Desi doesn't even look anything like him - they're both too freaking old to be Lucy and Desi! Anyway, in THIS movie, the star off is for the following missing scenes: Lucy's time in NYC studying acting where one of her fellow classmates is Bette Davis; Lucy's headshot being passed around the studio executives; Lucy and her friend going on a double date with the guys that decides who the Chesterfield models will be; Lucy being upset because one of the makeup woman has birds on her flock... why would Amazon broadcast this movie with all those deleted scenes!? Seems like Netflix has been the only network to stream this movie in its entirety (because Crackle cut out the same scenes too). I'm disappointed in that.