Mary Poppins Returns
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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All Critics (20)
| Top Critics (6)
| Fresh (3)
| Rotten (17)
Kirstie Alley and Tim Allen are shallow New York socialites on the verge of divorce who become tax-fraud fugitives and pretend to be simple Amish folk. Eva Gabor and Eddie Albert they're not.
I wish Tim Allen would go back to cocaine and stop making movies. In fact, the good of the world demands it.
Not a terrible romantic comedy. The Amish stuff has been done before, there are some moments in here.
No masterpiece, but it does have heart
A culture-clash comedy that's less a movie than an overproduced, four-times-too-long sitcom.
Bottom of the barrel comedy tripe.
TV actors Tim Allen and Kirstie Allie star in a romantic comedy, and it's actually really funny. Of course it isn't the best comedy of the year, but surprisingly good, and enjoyable to watch.
Good hilarious comedy of a wacky businessman and his spoiled wife (Tim Allen and Kirstie Alley) go on the lam after a ballistic IRS agent decides to take them down. Things pick up when the couple hides out in an Amish colony - a part like Witness.
Tim Allen and Kristie Alley, a married couple, on the verge of Divorce run from the IRS and end up living with the Amish while in hiding, pretending too be suspected family-visitors.
The story was great, the acting was great, and it was funny as hell.
Caught some Critism because of how it imaged the amish, but, I think it helped the view on them more then took away from it. I love this film and everyone should check it out. Doesnt get much funnier..
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