Tuesday, September 16, 2008

The In-Laws (Arthur Hiller, 1979)


A flamboyant man of international intrigue and a nebbishy dentist are forced together in an elaborately contrived farce that barely comes out alive from its first act, but gradually picks up and is positively buzzing by the time Richard Libertini turns up as a phenomenally disturbed South American dictator.

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