One Night at McCool's (2001)
Critic Consensus: Critics say this blend of film noir and screwball comedy seems to think itself more clever and hip than it actually is. Also, the crucial femme fatale role needs a better, more mature actress than Tyler.
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as Det. Dehling
as Dr. Naomi Green
as Father Jimmy
as Det. Ertagian
as Joey Dinardo
as Greg Spradling
as Carl's Assistant
as Bingo Caller
as Bingo Vendor Woman
as Uniformed Cop at Bar
as Baby Tom
as Baby Tom
as Bingo Player No. 1
as Bingo Player No. 2
as Uniformed Cop at House No. 1
as Uniformed Cop at House No. 2
as State Trooper
as Clinique Counter Saleswoman
as Psychic Guru
as Jeep Owner
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Critic Reviews for One Night at McCool's
Oblivious to its own towering obsolescence.
The actors make the most of a predictable story line, and almost without exception the jokes are funny.
Feels like a needless, thankless, charmless shout-out to the '80s rock video.
There isn't much to McCool's that couldn't be found in an adult magazine.
Sourly unsexy and vulgar.
Audience Reviews for One Night at McCool's
A really bizarre blend of comedy and brutal killing. I was truly not expecting the turn of events in the movie. However, it falls short of actually having any purpose besides showing off Liv Tyler. It has it's moments, but in the end it is just a forgettable comedy.
Despite the pretty good cast and acting, this movie about a love-and-murder story told from different points-of-view is only average at best. I expected more and was seriously disappointed.
A dark version of There's Something ABout Mary, where all the guys fancy the same girl. Except Liv uses this to her advantage to get what see wants. Good cast.
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