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Micki & Maude [VHS]

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  • Actors: Dudley Moore, Amy Irving, Ann Reinking, Richard Mulligan, George Gaynes
  • Directors: Blake Edwards
  • Writers: Jonathan Reynolds
  • Producers: Jonathan D. Krane, Lou Antonio, Tony Adams, Trish Caroselli
  • Format: Color, NTSC
  • Rated: PG-13 (Parental Guidance Suggested)
  • Number of tapes: 1
  • Studio: Sony Pictures Home E
  • VHS Release Date: April 25, 1995
  • Run Time: 118 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (36 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: 6303451543
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #226,817 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

Editorial Reviews

Blake Edwards, who managed to capture middle-aged angst so well in 10, managed to offend a variety of constituencies with this sporadically funny take on that reliable laugh-getter, bigamy. Well, not bigamy, technically: Dudley Moore is only married to one woman, Micki (Ann Reinking), but she's too busy to have the baby he longs for. He winds up in an affair with Maude (Amy Irving), who gets pregnant, thus satisfying his paternal urge. Except that then Micki announces that she, too, is pregnant, doubling his pleasure--and his problems. Twin pregnancies lead to a variety of complications, particularly because Maude's father is a professional wrestler. And when both women wind up delivering in the same hospital on the same day, well, director Blake Edwards does what he can to make this sordid situation seem comic--which it is as long as you don't think about it too much. --Marshall Fine

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Melinda Kinnaird on August 30, 2000
Format: VHS Tape
I've loved this movie for years! It's touching and funny and a great film if you want to just enjoy a funny movie. All actors are outstanding, and Moore, Irving and Reinking really show the heart as well as the humor.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Cairene on April 26, 2000
Format: VHS Tape
If you don't believe a comedy about bigamy can be made without making one or all of the characters unsympathetic you're in for a big surprise here. The description of this movie's plot doesn't do it justice, on paper this sounds like it woud be either a morose character drama or an all out farce with card board cut-outs for characters. This is a very warm film.
The French director Loius Malle once made a film made a film called Murmer of The Heart 1971 where he got the audience not only accepting incest, but seeing as a natural progression of the events on screen. Blake Edward's achivement here is just as great, with the help of the wonderful Dudley Moore he is able to win the audience's sympathy for his lead character Rob Salinger. As played by Moore he is a man so sincere in his love for both women, and his desire for children, that you feel guilty questioning his judgement.
Every scene in the film is like a delicious little snack, each with its own setup, emotional center and punchline. Take for example the wonderful early scene when Rob first meets Maude the cellist as part of his report on the Cambodian symphony(he also does stories on underwear for animals and nudists' right to bare arms) and we discover how correspondents really do their interviews. Or the scene where he meets her father, suffice to say he is not what Rob had in mind. Continuing the metaphor, I guess the inspired climax in the hospital makes for a great desert. The film does drag a bit after that, but there are complex issues the film has to resolve here.
Edwards never lets any of his characters become caricatures, or take take any short cuts . Indeed you'll always be wondering how on earth he's going to manage to end this thing.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Yankee on September 6, 2012
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I don't think I'm a Dudley Moore fan - I think it's more about Blake Edwards. This is such a fun movie and the characters are all so likable that it's hard to take sides, but then, that's what the whole movie is about! I won't ruin the story by going into detail, but this is one you'll pull out to watch again and again. It's relatively clean, fun to watch, and the story, though not terribly original, definitely has its own spin. Micki and Maude will NOT leave you lamenting, "That 90 minutes I'll never get back." No, it will leave you wondering why they didn't do a sequel!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Gregory N. Perkins on April 3, 2011
Format: DVD
AUTHOR'S NOTE: Some spoilers appear in the following review.


"Micki and Maude" uses what is an unpalatable subject for a lot of people, and tells a story of heart, wit, and humane sensibilities. It is a very good mature comedy from director Blake Edwards which stars Dudley Moore, Ann Reinking, and Amy Irving.

Mr. Moore is Rob Salinger, a newsman happily married to wife Micki who ends up falling in love with an attractive cellist named Maude Guillory. He never falls out of love with Micki, but as he tells his best friend Leo,..."I don't want to divorce Micki!! I just want to marry Maude!!!" He does marry Maude, with results on his very busy home life both humorous and realistically disastrous.

The movie's real thematic triumph is in exploring the unpredictability of love in a world that wants to define everything, and especially married life, as inherently predictable. Dudley Moore gives an awesomely layered dry comic performance as Rob, with equally fine support from Ann Reinking as Micki and Amy Irving as Maude.

Also featuring Lu Leonard, Wallace Shawn and an unlikely cameo appearance from the late wrestler known as Andre The Giant, "Micki and Maude" is a heartfelt, intelligent success.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By todd rich on December 10, 2004
Format: DVD
Sorry, if you missed the humor in my review title. It's actually a quote from the film itself. And I don't memorize line from movies, unless they've really made some kind of impression , on me. "Micki and Maude" was impressionable , because it's hilarious. Not hilarious, like "The Jerk", or "Dumb and Dumber". It's not that kind of film. Rather it's hilarious, in the sense of it's dry wit and added humor ,into everyday life situations. Not overplayed or over the top. Hollywood doesn't make too many films like this anymore and that makes "Micki and Maude" , even more enjoyable. This is one of those ,little ,jewels, of a film , that has escaped the popularity and credit , that it's worth. I originally , saw "Micki and Maude" , back in the 80's , on HBO. I was a huge Dudley Moore fan , and so that was the initial appeal , and he's very funny as the story's leading character ( Rob ). I'm also a huge Blake Edwards fan , and this story is exemplirary of his directing and hilarious writing skills. Richard Mulligan also adds to this hilarious farce about a married man ( Dudley Moore ) , who falls for an ambitious , talented and very beautiful younger woman ( played by Amy Irving ). Things get complicated , as Rob ( Dudley Moore) tries to cover it up , from his wife and tries to keep his wife a secret from his mistress. If that sounds tricky , add the fact that he's madly in love with both and gets them both pregnant , at the same time. By today's Hollywood standards , this film would never get the greenlight. Simply because the formula of the script is entirely too murky. However , this film proves that with a wonderful script , director, and cast , that it is possible to make a highly entertaining film with this type of material.Read more ›
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