Tag Archives: Alfred Molina

Dudley Do-Right - 1/2*

Pity Brendan Fraser. While he occassionally displays his talent by stretching out to unique films such as Still Breathing, Gods and Monsters, or The Twilight of the Golds, like an unerring yo-yo, he always returns to his goofball origins of … Continue reading

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The Impostors - * * * 1/2*

Following the art house success Big Night, Stanley Tucci has set his sights on making a screwball comedy. With a top notch cast, and plenty of good humor, The Impostors is warmly reminiscent of the great screwball comedies of old. … Continue reading

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The Man Who Knew Too Little - * 1/2*

A little repetitive and only mildly humorous, The Man Who Knew Too Little marks another substandard outing for Bill Murray. Wallace Ritchie (Bill Murray) is a clueless American celebrating his birthday by dropping in unexpectedly on his brother James (Peter … Continue reading

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Before and After - * *

Liam Neeson and Meryl Streep are Ben and Carolyn Ryan, parents of two children in a small Massachusetts town. When their son Jacob (Edward Furlong) seems to be involved in a murder and turns up missing, the parents react in … Continue reading

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