Quick Movie Reviews
Yojimbo - wrote on 06/24/2012
Very likeable fish out of water comedy as Brendan Fraser's 50s throwback experiences the highs and lows of modern day LA. A great cast (Christopher Walken displays a great comic touch as his paranoid father) shore up a flimsy script built on a strong premise and go through the inevitable misunderstandings of the word "gay".
Snoogans - wrote on 09/24/2011
Fraser is good and the movie has enough charm to entertain.
Jenna - wrote on 06/30/2011
Historically accurate and thoroughly entertaining and well acted, this is the kind of movie you can see a million times. Fraser at his best. And what could go wrong with Sissy Spacek and Christopher Walken as Fraser's *literally* out of date parents? This film is genuinely funny, with fun music and just enough corny humor. It's truly a classic.
PsychoKing1227 - wrote on 08/21/2009
Wonderfully charming and brilliantly sparkling, I loved this movie.
serioussir - wrote on 05/10/2008
One of my favorite Frasier films! Brendan plays an innocently adorable 35 year old who was raised in a fallout shelter. As he's exposed to a modern world that he knows nothing about, he falls for the world-wise cynic, Silverstone. Walken and Spacek are charming and funny as his parents. I was pleasantly surprised by Silverstone. A cute, funny, romantic film.