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Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau are reunited in this popular 1993 comedy, in which the Odd Couple veterans play John and Max (respectively), a pair of elderly bachelors whose lifelong friendship is based on mutual aggravation and constant bickering. Their competitive natures kick into overdrive when the beautiful Ariel (Ann-Margret) moves into their otherwise snowbound Minnesota neighborhood. She takes a liking to John, but after a lover's spat she also gives Max a chance at romance, and the long-time buddies reach a peak of grumpy rivalry. It's a stretch to think that Ann-Margret's dating choices would be limited to a pair of grouchy codgers, but sarcastic attitude and snappy dialogue made this a surprise hit (followed by a 1995 sequel), and Burgess Meredith adds plenty of spice as Lemmon's amorous old father. Don't forget to watch the hilarious outtakes during the closing credits! --Jeff Shannon
Great movie. I love Walter and Jack. They did smoe good movies together.Published 1 month ago by Diane Haynes
Great flick. My fiance and I always watch this movie at least twice a month.Published 1 month ago by sean
A great "old" movie. Great acting, good story line. The kind of movie that will give you many good laughs. Much more captaviting than the Odd Couple which preceded it.Published 1 month ago by 23handicap
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So it appears, after reading the images of the back of the DVD cases, that these films are only available in Full Screen versions - on DVD. The Blue-Ray has them in Widescreen. So, for those of us with only DVD capability, we do not get the option of Full Screen or Widescreen. BUMMER!
Jun 22, 2015 by John Kling | See all 2 posts
it should be on the same disc but flip side. Side A for one movie, Side B for the other.
Jul 1, 2014 by Desiree | See all 2 posts
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