The Out-Of-Towners (1999)
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When Frank Sinatra sang "If I can make it there, I'll make it anywhere, it's up to you, New York!" he probably didn't have the same odds in mind that line up against Henry and Nancy Clark in The Out-Of-Towners. Henry (Steve Martin) is an advertising man from Ohio who runs his life on an exacting schedule. His wife Nancy (Goldie Hawn) feels the spark has gone out of their lives together. After 24 years of marriage, their children are grown and nothing is tying them to their old home, so they
Apr 2, 1999 Wide
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John Cleese upstages everyone as an arrogant New York hotel manager. His zany dancing in women's clothes brings back memories of those Monty Python silly walks sketches.
Too much of the time the glow of the pair is dimmed by the labored slapstick and painful groaners.
Awful remake of the hilarious Neil Simon original
Faltou um diretor que, ao contrário de seus personagens, não estivesse completamente perdido.
How much you enjoy this 'Out-of-Towners' will have a lot to do with how many times you can laugh at what amounts to a series of variations on the same joke.
For all the connection the current reprise has to reality, it could be called The Out-of-Touch.
The Kellermans are played without much chemistry by Steve Martin and Goldie Hawn.
Fast-paced and enjoyable enough, aided by the dynamite duo of Steve Martin and Goldie Hawn.
This film has good matinee potential, if you're dying for an above-average comedy with Cleese in full drag. Otherwise, rent it.
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