Melissa McCarthy and Richard E Grant star in this well reviewed film from last year. McCarthy plays Lee Isreal, an author in New York who has fallen on hard times. She sells a letter she received from Katharine Hepburn to help make ends meet and decides to start forging letters from well nown deceased literary figures. Grant plays an oddball character Jack Kock, who becomes her accomplice in selling the forgeries. Both actors give really excellent performances and deserve the praise. The movie is based on a real life story. It is rated 7.2 on imdb.com, and I would agree with this.