Frankie and Johnny Are Married (2004)
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as Murray Mintz
as Second A.D.
as Casting Assistant
as `Chicago Hope' Paramedic
as Rob the Production Manager
as Man on Street
as Theater Patron
as Billy the Assistant
Critic Reviews for Frankie and Johnny Are Married
Most entertaining is Alan Rosenberg's wicked spoof of actorly neuroses.
We get, basically, a love note from one to the other. But what we don't get is an absorbing movie.
A funny, tender, satisfying blend of fiction and cinema vérité.
A chronicle of embarrassment that gratifyingly, if narrowly, avoids embarrassing itself.
There's little that's particularly dramatic or funny for the outsider in this autobiographical vanity project.
Audience Reviews for Frankie and Johnny Are Married
I didn't expect much, but it turned out a decent low-key comedy. Very funny at times and great storytelling.
Not bad. I appreciate the sincerity in the film's intentions. It has a nice realistic style to it, the actors all do well. I found it just a little hard to get involved with the characters, the are well defined, but not particularly appealing. Worth a look though.
Beyond the participants' friends and co-workers, it's hard to imagine an audience for this professionally packaged exercise in navel gazing. It's a vanity project about a vanity project.
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