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You just want the movie to get on the lite side again and it never does.
In an early running gag, Fay Grim's son Ned is so frequently told to leave that you can't help chuckling while feeling sorry for the lad.
Not the sequel you would have expected from Henry Fool, which I didn't care for, but a great film.
loved it! i think its better if one watches it before watching "henry fool".... take it or leave it.Published 2 months ago by Patrick
this is another that i had seen had to own it so i could study facts figures that only close perusal can accomplish to me it is a sleeper of a movie one that doesn,t give up its... Read morePublished 10 months ago by tim huxoll
You must see Henry Fool to understand; it follows the style and so, it's fun in the same strange way. Goldblum's quircky character fit's perfectly in this world. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Julio Bro!
This movie is under rated, I say that both for the few dollar cost, and the original review when first released. Read morePublished 13 months ago by TRBear
It's a good movie, before the actress get so popular on the series and showing on the movies. Love it.Published 14 months ago by Samuel A. Vindiola Robles
Don't make my (almost) mistake, start with Henry Fool. I don't wish to discuss one without the other because of reasons made clear below. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Dillon Lee
Wasn't sure what I was expecting, but it turned out to be a very good film. I liked that she went from feeling like a victim of circumstance to being the woman in charge, and... Read morePublished 23 months ago by annette85
A wonderful satire on international espionage, terrorism, and the CIA. Parker Posey is extremely attractive, and the other actors are all excellent.Published on February 26, 2013 by john messina
I am not sure why this movie is so much fun and it really is. The premise is curious and the sincerity that the actors bring to such broad characterizations almost makes the movie... Read morePublished on February 5, 2013 by RayBlahBlah