The Money Pit
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Two-time Oscar winner Tom Hanks stars with Shelley Long in this devastatingly hilarious comedy romp from executive producer Steven Spielberg. Evicted from their Manhattan apartment, Walter and Anna (Hanks and Long) buy what looks like the home of their dreams – only to find themselves saddled with a bank-account-draining nightmare. Struggling to keep their relationship together as their rambling mansion falls to pieces around them, the two hapless homeowners watch in hilarious horror as everything – including the kitchen sink – disappears into The Money Pit. It’s an outrageously entertaining comedy for everyone who’s ever been deeply in love…or deeply in debt.
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Fast-forward five years and I have a WHOLE new appreciation for this movie. I bought a "fixer-upper" with stars in my eyes, dreaming about all the DIY projects that were going to be *so* much fun. Hah. There's a scene in this movie that has become my all-time FAVORITE scene in ANY movie. Tom Hanks gets out of the cab and sighs, saying "Ah. Home Crap Home." Every single time something has gone wrong in my house (the roof, the water heater, the foundation, ants eating through the siding - you name it) I remember this movie and start laughing. Home Crap Home. I can completely, totally, 100% RELATE to this movie, which makes it even funnier (if that's even possible).
Anyone who is thinking of buying a house should watch this movie. Anyone who has ever bought a house should watch this movie. Yes, even if you've got a great house with no problems (do those even exist??) - you should watch this movie. And anyone who has ever dealt with a contractor should watch this movie.
Tom Hanks and Shelley Long are masters of comedy and their chemistry together is brilliant. I'm giggling even as I write this, thinking of the birth control scene, the turkey scene, the scaffolding scene...and I've easily seen this movie a hundred times (or more). It doesn't matter that it's from the 80s. This is just as relevant, funny, and touching today as it was the day it hit the theaters.
The Money Pit is a must have for any homeowner. It's exactly what you need when the ceiling starts dripping. Trust me.