Dermot Mulroney is well known for his string of romantic comedies: "My Best Friend's Wedding," "The Wedding Date," "Must Love Dogs" and "The Family Stone." Other notable films include: "About Schmidt"; "Longtime Companion"; "Young Guns" and the hilarious send-up of indie moviemaking, "Living in Oblivion." "One that means a lot to me that I saw recently because the director passed away — Marc Rocco directed 'Where the Day Takes You.' Hollywood street kids who gang together and make their own family, with this incredible cast — Lara Flynn Boyle, James Le Gros, Ricki Lake, Laura San Giacomo, Kyle MacLachlan, Stephen Tobolowsky, Balthazar Getty. It had a remarkable effect on some young people. It's an archive of Hollywood Boulevard before everything changed. The final shot shows where the Hollywood and Highland complex would be — it's a flat parking lot."