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Cheesy, simple and happy movie.
Only Marlon Brando could take this role out for a drive 18 years after the fact. Mathew Broderick also shines.
The best comedy movie ever made!
Ok movie with The Godfather and ferries bueuler.
It's good movie to watch
Chemistry between the two leads is evident, while supporting characters are excellently written. An unexpectedly charming film with quirks that could almost stand alone if not for the well placed spoofs on 'The Godfather'.
One of the strangest movies which has an outrageous storyline that doesn't flow. I don't get how this is a good movie.
Fun movie! Biased opinion as I was an extra in the mall chase scene (filmed in suburban mall just above Toronto) Met Matthew (with his then-girlfriend Helen Hunt) and saw the great Brandi from a distance.
Mildly amusing sendup of the Godfather series, with the one logical choice is top billing in this pic. Great for a date night or a late night flick for the guys to watch while starting on their fourth beer of the night. A must see if only to hear Bert Parks singing that song once again, albeit with modified lyrics. You might also discuss whether you'd dare to refuse a big, wet, sloppy kiss from Brando - remember - it's a sign of respect. Or if you'd sleep with Paul Benedict's character on the casting couch.
Marlon Brando steals the show with this light-hearted comedy