Tag Archives: Campbell Scott

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 Spanish Prisoner - * * * 1/2*

Don’t look for a Spanish prisoner in David Mamet’s new film, The Spanish Prisoner. There isn’t one…but, that’s the point. In this intricate thriller, nothing is quite as it seems…or is it? Joe Ross (Campbell Scott) thinks he’s on the … Continue reading

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Big Night - * * *

Campbell Scott and Stanley Tucci join to direct Big Night, this rousing salute to great food and the dream of two immigrant brothers. Primo (Tony Shalhoub) and Secondo (Stanley Tucci) are brothers who run a struggling Italian restaurant. Primo is … Continue reading

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The Innocent - * *

The characters in this cold-war intrigue remain an enigma, much like Anthony Hopkins’ muddled American accent. Campbell Scott portrays a young British electronics expert assigned to work with the Americans in West Berlin in the 1950s. Anthony Hopkins is the … Continue reading

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