Mr. Wonderful (1993)
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as Mr. Wonderful
as Funny Face
as Kevin Klassic
as Man in Elevator
as Couple on Train
as Couple on Train
as 1st Lecturer
as Botanic Garden Worker
as 1st Background Singer
as Muriel Manner's Husband
as Joe the Waiter
as Mr Christie
as Paul, Man No. 1
as Emergency Room Nurse
as 2nd Lecturer
as Woman in Elevator
as Joe, Man No. 2
as 2nd Background Singer
as Credit Union Officer
as Building Super
as Muriel Manners
as Boy Soprano
Critic Reviews for Mr. Wonderful
Short on laughs but tinged with a pleasant European flavor.
Writer/director Minghella's second feature brings ambivalence and a touch of realpolitik to the stuff of candyfloss romance.
Without that yeoman cast effort and Dillon's easy charm, Mr. Wonderful could easily be mistaken for Mr. Potatohead.
One of those films where it's clear to the audience within five minutes what must obviously happen, and clear to the characters only at the end of the story.
Mr. Wonderful doesn't aspire to be anything more than it is, and such a simple, uncomplicated presentation, coupled with likable characters, makes this film a fine example of light, romantic entertainment.
Audience Reviews for Mr. Wonderful
Typical romantic comedy, but it was pretty cute. Wouldn't watch again though.
Nice performers in a nice story, that's it's problem it's nothing special just nice.
Even though you always new exactly what was going to happen next, what makes this romantic film stand out is the realism of the dialogues and expression of emotions.
Mr. Wonderful Quotes
|Rita:||He's a genuine three S--smart, successful and single.|
|Loretta:||There are three sides to everything--his,hers, and the truth.|
|Gus DeMarco:||Don't go out with Italian girls. They're killers.....Start saying a Hail Mary and see if she moves her lips.|
|Rita:||Can you say the word.? Commitment.|
|Gus DeMarco:||C..c..c..Which way to Speech Therapy?|