Scotland, Pa. (2001)
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as Joe McBeth
as Pat McBeth
as Lt. Ernie McDuff
as Anthony Banconi
as Norm Duncan
as Malcolm Duncan
as Donald Duncan
as Ed the Cop
as Frank the Pharmicist
as Lead Singer
as Joe McLeary
as Mrs. Lenox
as Guy in Band
as Joan McNulty
as Douglas McKenna
as Kevin `Tanman' McKane
as Mrs. McGuire
as Andy the Homeless Guy
as Jimmy McMann
Critic Reviews for Scotland, Pa.
It's a setup so easy it borders on facile, but keeping the film from cheap-shot mediocrity is its crack cast.
There are some truly wacky parallels with Shakespeare's play.
It's simple, sizzly and very funny.
The fun is infectious -- the puns, in-jokes and referential asides will keep Shakespeare buffs busy and the rest of the audience entertained even as some punch lines zing over their heads.
A trailer-trash version of Macbeth that should be avoided like an Elizabethan pox.
Audience Reviews for Scotland, Pa.
A bit bumpy in execution but an interesting take on updating MacBeth.
70s-tastic! Clever adaptation of Macbeth with modern kills, dynasties, and sexplay. Maura Tierney is hot.
Terrible. This goes to show that Christopher Walken really will do anything he is offered. It also proves that Andy Dick must die. Only good part: McBeth shoves a hamburger in vegetarian Walkens mouth as he tries to kill him.
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