Plaza Suite (1971)

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This movie was the only film version of a Neil Simon play to carry over the multiple-role device to the screen. Walter Matthau appears in all three one-act playlets comprising this film, with a different leading lady in each.

Rating: PG-13 (mature thematic elements)
Genre: Drama, Comedy
Directed By:
Written By: Neil Simon
In Theaters:
On DVD: Nov 25, 2003
Runtime:
Paramount Pictures

Cast


as Sam Nash/Jesse Kipli...

as Karen Nash

as Muriel Tate

as Norma Hubley

as Bellhop

as Miss McCormack

as Mimsey Hubley

as Borden Eisler

as Mrs. Eisler

as Mr. Eisler
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Critic Reviews for Plaza Suite

All Critics (9) | Top Critics (2)

Full Review… | March 26, 2009
Variety
Top Critic

Full Review… | June 24, 2006
Time Out
Top Critic

Mediocre Neil Simon-based flick with some frantic work by Matthau and Co.

June 13, 2008
Video-Reviewmaster.com

the best way to take Neil Simon material: In short, manageable chunks

Full Review… | November 16, 2003
Filmcritic.com

June 14, 2005
EmanuelLevy.Com

May 19, 2005
Reno News and Review

Audience Reviews for Plaza Suite

the first and the last segments are the best

jjnxn
jay nixon

Super Reviewer

½

Matthau is flawless in the 70's and he is great in this movie.He plays 3 different characters and they are all great.The 1st story with Maureen Stapleton is the best and most dramatic.The 2nd story is the weakest,but is still entertaing. The last story is Matthau just being pissed off and funny. If you like Matthau then this is a must-see.

codyfranklin2
cody franklin

Super Reviewer

This comedy/drama has three separate stories are linked together with the common factor of all being set at The Plaza Hotel in New York City. Walter Matthau stars in all three as separate characters.

I am not a big fan of Neil Simon's writing, NO ONE talks like he writes. People who come up with smug one liners in an instant are few and far between. Often his characters come off abrasive as well. But this film has a cast that saves the trite writing and make it worth watching. Maureen Stapleton, Lee Grant and Barbara Harris are quite memorable, especially Stapleton.

jam233
James Higgins

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