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Really silly. I didn't even have the interest level to stay until the end, I just turned off the TV. Not much sense of comic timing here and it's hard to understand why the big-name stars even made this unless it was that they were well paid. Harvey Keitel is grossly miscast and the script is pretty darn lame, just throwing in twists for the sole purpose of keeping the audience guessing.
Some dark humour in this comedy played superbly by Diaz and co. Just when you think you know what's going to happen, it surprises you with sharp twists.
You made a mess and I cleaned it up.
An old judge marries a woman he is soft on that comes into his court room. They head to the woman's family home on the water where an old friend with the hots for her and an ex-boyfriend resides. The ex-boyfriend dies, the judge and wife need to decide what to do with the body, and people keep popping in on them. Can they work together to get out of this sticky situation?
"Who's laughing now, Tweety?"
Jim Wilson, director of 50 to 1, Whirlygirl, Smart Alec, and Stacy's Knights, delivers Head Above Water. The storyline for this picture is miserable and simple and fairly frustrating. The acting was just okay but the premise and script were not worthwhile. The cast delivers average performances and includes Harvey Keitel, Cameron Diaz, Craig Sheffer, Billy Zane, and Shay Duffin.
"Let's just do it and we'll all be satisfied."
I came across this on HBOGO and decided to give it a viewing since it starred Harvey Keitel. The film was very disappointing, clumsy, and a bit all over the place. Diaz was a very frustrating character and the movie doesn't seem clever or well done at all. I recommend skipping this.
"This is crazy."
A wonderfully intense movie, but the end is VERY disappointing.
Silly. Always had a thing for this film.
Very funny black comedy. I never knew Harvey Keitel could be this funny. Wonderful little gem.
When you watch this all your troubles seem to be so small. Great Harvey Keitel.
Very silly but very enjoyable comedy thriller.
Liked the "different" on this one.
6/10: A good dark comedy but was left frustrated with Cameron Diaz's bitchy role. Felt like slapping her.