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Michael Cole 3 months ago
Just as funny as I remember it
Henke 6 years ago
Great movie with a perfect story
Don Lathrop 6 months ago
Sini Stenbacka almost 2 years ago
Luis Uribe 3 years ago
Siona Cameron over 3 years ago
Matthew Bettencourt almost 4 years ago
Daniel Jones almost 5 years ago
Eric Ratzlaff 6 years ago
Sean Jackson 6 years ago
Kendra Miller over 6 years ago
Nathan Gordon over 6 years ago
John Wiens over 6 years ago
Zer0 Squared over 6 years ago
Scott Baker 7 years ago
Dylan Egan over 7 years ago
Nathan T. over 7 years ago
The Man Who Knew Too Little is a 1997 American comedy espionage film starring Bill Murray, directed by Jon Amiel, and written by Robert Farrar and Howard Franklin. The film is based on Farrar's novel Watch that Man, and the title is a parody of Alfred Hitchcock's 1934 film The Man Who Knew Too Much and its 1956 remake of the same title. Wallace Ritchie (Murray) flies from Des Moines, Iowa to England to spend his birthday with his brother, James (Peter Gallagher), the same evening James is to hold a business dinner. Though James is all too happy to spend time with Wally, his presence threatens to sour the evening, and so James sets Wallace up with an interactive improv theatre business, the "Theatre of Life," which promises to treat the participant as a character in a crime drama. Before the night begins, James hands Wallace a pair of Ambassador cigars, promising to "fire them up" before midnight in celebration of Wally's birthday. Trouble begins when Wallace answers a phone call...
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