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After her husband unexpectedly leaves her, Grace Beasley (Kathy Bates) spontaneously travels to Great Britain to attend the funeral of Victor Fox (Jonathan Pryce), a singer she adored. ...
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After her husband unexpectedly leaves her, Grace Beasley (Kathy Bates) spontaneously travels to Great Britain to attend the funeral of Victor Fox (Jonathan Pryce), a singer she adored. There, she meets the lover of the dead pop star, Dirk Simpson (Rupert Everett), and convinces him to return to Chicago, Illinois with her to find Victor's killer. Guest appearances by Dame Julie Andrews and Barry Manilow.
The china used in the tea house when Grace Beasley (Kathy Bates), Nola Fox (Lynn Redgrave), and the other sisters is Royal Albert Old Country Roses. This china is frequently used in movies where tea is being served. See more »
When Dirk is inviting Grace to dine with him, he shakes out a napkin and tosses it on her plate. We then see the napkin on the plate neatly folded in a triangle shape. See more »
If there's anything more difficult to share with another human than a toasted almond, it's a movie comedy; I've shared "Airplane" with folks who thought it was insufferably stupid, and there are numerous individuals who don't find the W.C. Fields masterpiece "It's A Gift" anything but a bore. When you decide that your best pal has to share Duck Soup with you, and the friend sits stone-faced as Groucho cracks wise, perhaps you even begin to question the nature of your friendship.
That said, this film provided me with genuine humor and frequent laughter; the experience seems to be created on the spot by a batch of skilled actors riffing on an impossible and often illogical script and just deciding to throw in whatever might stick to the wall--and they do it without resorting to stupid humor, to flatulent jokes or urinating dogs; instead, we have references to dozens of films, from "The Wizard of Oz" to "Don't Look Now;" even Julie Andrews appears magically on a stricken aircraft with a tuneful surprise, and...well, if you like slightly nuts, zany humor, you might find this funny. I did, loving the offbeat plot about a left-behind wife and her adventures in another country, but recommended it with caution.
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