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Rockwell and Fox are very funny and very strange together. You get weirdly invested in them.
Who wouldn't want a "Desperately Seeking Susan" meets "Reservoir Dogs"? Alas, this ends up more "The Linguini Incident" meets "The Boondock Saints," an imitation of wan imitations.
A talky comedy caper that manages to travel from quirky to irritating in no time flat.
A tedious mess.
Hajaig and his actors understand how juxtaposition can be endearing.
As a film, "Blue Iguana" takes after the gaudy gemstone that inspired its title. At every turn, it is loud, in poor taste and insultingly fake.
The film may not be as clever and shocking as it wants to be, but it's a bit of fun to watch this cast as a crew of often inept criminals.
Unless you're a die hard Rockwell fan, "Blue Iguana" offers up very little.
It acquits itself well enough for an enjoyable evening's entertainment.
It is a story seemingly meant to be funny but only fitfully successful in this mission, and way too pleased with its own brand of deadpan wisecracking.
The film's only reason to exist seems to be a series of increasingly grisly slow-motion shootouts.
Blue Iguana grates on pretty much every level, a misjudged hodge-podge of ill-defined characters, tired filmmaking licks and an air of general unpleasantness. It also contains one of the worst shootouts in recent memory.
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