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There's no excuse for Her Alibi. It inspires oceans of sympathy for Tom Selleck, who seems a nice guy and doesn't deserve to be lumbered by the ineptness of this enterprise.
He's a mystery writer, she's a mystery; and it's also a mystery how TV fodder like this manages to get the high-gloss, top-talent treatment at studios.
The plot is ludicrous, which in itself would be perfectly acceptable given sharper handling, but both script and direction devote so much time to romantic undercurrents that the central intrigue is further divested of credibility.
A romantic melodrama of a boringness to make your average tooth extraction seem preferable.
Screenwriter Charlie Peters is the predictable piggy whose arrested pubescence informs Her Alibi. When it comes to imagination, he has much in common with his hero.
You know a movie is in trouble when you start looking at your watch. You know it's in bad trouble when you start shaking your watch because you think it might have stopped.
It has a grand total of four genuinely funny moments, most of which are shown for free in the TV commercial.
A dodgy script and weak direction means the decent performances fall flat.
Her Alibi veers with little purpose from bland drama to heavy-handed slapstick, with rhythm, characterization, and plotting better suited to television than the movies
Her Alibi is a trifling confection, a near-invisible farce, cinematic pocket lint. That's not to say that it's a terrible movie; cake icing certainly isn't a terrible food.
Utterly innocuous and completely unmemorable.
Very funny Tom Selleck Movie. :) I liked it alot & there was alot of hilarious parts as well. :)
Another forgettable chapter in Tom Selleck's film non-career. Allegedly comic mystery in which he supplies a beautiful stranger with a fake alibi and we try very hard to care.
Thriller writer Selleck provides an alibi for beautiful murder suspect Porizkova, only to wonder if he's next for the chop.
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