Robbie has to decide whether to put his own emotions above his brother or to be the bigger man. If that town is San Francisco then you must be careful of the trams knocking you over.
The movie is based on another movie but was re-written by Tucci and David Schechter.
The movie feels like Tucci's attempt to make a foreign movie, but here's the problem Tucci and Clarkson are Americans, and the movie just doesn't come across very genuine.
Around 1940, The New Yorker staff writer Joe Mitchell meets Joe Gould, a Greenwich Village character, who cadges meals, drinks, and contributions to the Joe Gould Fund, and who is writing a...
See full summary » In an attempt to resurrect the slapstick comedy of Laurel and Hardy or The Marx Brothers, Stanley Tucci and Oliver Platt team-up as two out-of-work actors who accidentally stowaway on a ...
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So to summarize: This film was good and bad in equal doses except in the parts where it was just average.