Amos & Andrew (1993)
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as Andrew Sterling
as Amos Odell
as Rev. Brunch
as Dr. Fink
as Wendy Wong
as Bloodhound Bob
as Waldo Lake
as Black Reporter
as Hispanic Reporter
as State Police Captain
as Mainland Gatekeeper
as Mrs. Andrew Sterling
Critic Reviews for Amos & Andrew
Cage is the only actor allowed to do riffs on his assigned part, something he takes full advantage of; the others are stuck with their two-dimensional satirical profiles, which grow increasingly tiresome and unyielding.
A hhandicapped satirical farce whose roots are not in life but in other, better movies and sitcoms.
Cage is a font of funny character weirdness. This movie marks the least of his offerings. Jackson, as the relative straight man, has little to work with.
Although the movie strives mightily to teach its lesson, which is that you cannot judge a man by the color of his skin, the humor is undermined by the sadness of the basic situation.
Audience Reviews for Amos & Andrew
Cops mistake black man for a burglar and send in a loser criminal to help cover it up. Silly and racist.
Remember when Nicholas Cage actually looked like he was having fun shooting a movie? Amos & Andrew is Cage at a young age still enjoying his craft (that isn't to say he is a poor actor or that his current movies are bad rather he has lost that joy that permeates through him from his younger days). The movie is a bit thin and never comes close to using its full comedic potential but still makes for a good time waster. Jackson is a bit miscast, or perhaps he just wasn't allowed to play his character the way he could and should have.
Nothing but reverse racism. But thats ok in America Right? Half a star
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