Review Date: October 13, 1999
Director: Alan Rudolph
Writer: Alan Rudolph
Producers: David Blocker, David Willis
The actors were all very good in this film, with Bruce Willis standing out in another very different role for him. He plays this cartoon character very well and never draws his colors outside of the idiosyncratic line born to be this person. Dwayne Hoover~?! Is that you~?!! Why don't you just come out and say it, "I wear women's clothing and I like it!". Nick Nolte is awesome! His role in this film rivals any in his career! Expect Mr. Nolte to walk away with many more high award recognitions this year. Best worst part. And no more goodbye to Blue Mondays after this movie, that's for sure. Hardy-har-har, Mr. Trout! If that's your "real name"
I personally will be adding this film to my collection of "high" level quality productions which one could only truly appreciate when-is that BIRDSH*T on my car?!! All in all, I would say that I had quite a few laughs, no serious moments whatsoever, passed the two hour runtime like it was a five-minute trip through the dentist's waiting room (Top floor, of course), and appreciated the cooky-wooky soundtrack. Last stop in Brownsville. I love you and life should be lived while attending life! Please remove your seatbelts on your way out and make sure to move your hands away from the aisles. This review has now ended. Thank you for flying in our friendly high skies. Please check the rating on your way out.
(7/10) --> If you actually understood and appreciated aspects of this review and enjoy puzzles.
(4/10) --> If you didn't understand and DO NOT WANT TO understand any aspect of this review, and do not like puzzles. If you didn't understand and DO NOT WANT TO understand any aspect of this review, and do not like puzzles.