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The Man Who Knew Too Little
 
 

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 Height: 0.6 inches
Width: 5.4 inches
Length: 7.3 inches
Weight: 0.2 pounds

EAN: 0085391562627

UPC: 085391562627

 
 
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Amazon.com Product Review
Merely die-hard Bill Murray enthusiasts will in all likelihood do not forget this motion picture for his or her home-video library, however it isn't with no its rewards. You'll find why anybody as comically astute as Murray could comply with play a dimwitted American who won't be able to inform the adaptation between improvised theater and a real-life espionage plot. There's certainly quite a few advantage for abdominal laughs, and Murray milks the opportunities just like the antique pro that he's. Here he plays an American tourist in London who thinks he's been recruited into a street-theater act known as Theater of Life; without a doubt, he's stepped into a complicated undercover agent scheme that plays like a move between Hitchcock and the Marx Brothers. Joanne Whalley costars as the femme fatale who may possibly or may possibly not be a double substitute, and along the best way there's enough comical confusion to foil any number of idiotic villains. The motion picture stretches its one-joke premise to desperate extremes (Murray thinks he's in a play, so he's oblivious to authentic threat), and 95 mins is more than enough time to exhaust the comedic potentialities. But, as perpetually, Murray unearths how to mine gold from a few clever bits, and he cuts loose with a few stimulated lunacy in the course of a climactic scene concerning a hidden bomb and a troupe of dancing Cossacks. It's not Murray's most reliable hour, however give him credit for making the most productive out of a difficult scenario. <I>--Jeff Shannon</I>
 
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    The Man Who Knew Too Little
     
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