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L.A. Story (1991) Movie Information

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L.A. Story (1991)
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Mick Jackson


Steve Martin
Victoria Tennant
Sarah Jessica Parker
Kevin Pollak
Patrick Stewart
Marilu Henner





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Harris K Telemacher - the 'wacky weekend weatherman' for a local L.A. affiliate is tired of his cliche-ridden LA life. Thanks to a talking billboard, he finds himself helping out English reporter, Sarah, who finds herself in over her head in the City of Angels while researching a story for the London Times. -- Chris Kavan

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Charming if flimsy ode to LA from Steve Martin that definitely has it's moments, but it's more than a little self-indulgent.

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08/02/2007 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

Very funny and witty.

Steve Martin is at his best here, equal to his wonderful performance in "Roxanne". Victoria Tennant is the perfect choice as the off-beat, tuba-playing British journalist Martin's character falls for. Sarah Jessica Parker is absolutely priceless as SanDeE* (that's her spelling, not a typo), the young would-be spokesmodel/bimbette who "likes to point". Even Rick Moranis as the comedic Cockney grave digger is wonderful, despite his having one of the least believable accents since Dick van Dyck as the chimneysweep Bert in "Mary Poppins".
Steve Martin at his funniest and most clever. This is a very effective, very funny fable that says quite a bit about the magical power of least as it relates to the movies. Every critical response I remember reading about this movie focused way to...

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