Strange Bedfellows (2004)
Some folks will do anything to pinch a penny, and when a pair of lifelong friends discovers that they can evade the taxman by pretending to be a loving gay couple, their worries are just beginning in this comedy starring Paul Hogan and Michael Caton. Though their simple plan seems to go off without a hitch at first, the arrival of a by-the-books tax inspector threatens to blow the lid off of their inventive scheme. Now, with the IRS on their back and the pressure mounting, the stage is set for a series of comic misadventures you won't forget in this warmhearted tale of friendship and the eternal quest to beat the taxman at his own game. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi … More
as Vince Hopgood
as Ralph Williams
as Russel McKenzie
as Fred Coulston
as Stan Rogers
as Father Xavier Delane...
as Yvonne Philpot
as Sgt. Jack Jenkins
No Friends? Inconceivable! Log in to see what your friends have to say.Login
Critic Reviews for Strange Bedfellows
I want to yell at the filmmakers for sticking to such a tired formula, but I just can't. They made me smile too much.
one of the best Australian films in years.The teaming of Hogan and Michael Caton is just sublime.
This comedy about mateship is not the hilarious romp we wish for, but relies on key casting of Hogan and Caton to squeeze every drop of goodwill and humour from its premise.
Audience Reviews for Strange Bedfellows
Discuss Strange Bedfellows on our Movie forum!