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Actors: Antonio Banderas, Melanie Griffith, Daryl Hannah, Danny Aiello, Joan Cusack
Director: Fernando Trueba
Genres: Indie & Art House, Comedy, Drama, Educational
Handsome Antonio Banderas (SPY KIDS I&II) joins seductive stars Melanie Griffith (NOBODY'S FOOL) and Daryl Hannah (GRUMPY OLD MEN) in this sexy screwball comedy! Art Dodge (Banderas) would like to break off his engagement ... more »
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Reviewed on 2/18/2008...
it was funny to watch Antonio Banderas, in this movie.
He fell into the pool a couple times. :)
IT's a funny movie.
It a chick-flick.
Not TOO much, but just enough....
J. Fryer | Nicholasville, KY | 07/07/2002
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This movie doesn't require a college degree, isn't Oscar material, and won't make you wake up in the middle of the night pondering its 'true meaning', but it will distract you for a couple of hours and provide you with the opportunity to laugh.Perhaps I find this predicament so humorous because I tried something of the same gambit when I was younger. Not in such detail, not to such depths (altar), and certainly not with such success. But remembering my antics provokes a good laugh and so did this film.I loved seeing Antonio Banderas (OK, there could be a period right there, but...) in a comedic role. I find him believable in any role and...so easy on the eyes. He makes acting look so easy. What Billy Bob Thornton accomplishes with only a few choice words, Antonio can do with his eyes.As for what he and Melanie Griffith may have discovered about one another during the filming, I couldn't say. I still don't know what they have in common, I just trust them to know their hearts. But in 'Two Much' the chemistry isn't required between THOSE two on the celluloid, it is instead between Antonio and Daryl Hannah. So if you don't see sparks between Melanie and Antonio, maybe it is due to good acting in their roles as 'lovers' who weren't in love (at least with each other).Certainly the plot wasn't as deep as the well-utlizied pools and the laughs weren't the kind that get you in the gut (except perhaps for the morning race between bedrooms with an ever-present pool in between). So, maybe I go for cheap laughs. But I also go for entertainment. This movie provided that. So watch it with a friend and a bowl of popcorn and let yourself be entertained for a rainy afternoon. It will temporarily erase the clouds and lift your spirits."
From the back cover - just the facts (plot) -
Natasha | 01/05/2003
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Art Dodge (Antonio Banderas) would like to break off his engagement to fiancée Betty (Melanie Griffith), but her mob-boss ex-husband makes it impossible for him to say no to the wedding. Then Art manages to fall in love with Betty's sister (Daryl Hannah) and becomes entangled in an outrageous charade - inventing his own twin brother so he can date both women at once."
Not too much,just right
Natasha | Los Angeles,CA | 12/14/2003
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Listen, I'll make it my point to agree with one particular reviewer who made a good point.So, this movie isn't particularly intelligent or "deep".It's not oscar worthy, and its not gonna offer up any mind blowing performances.It IS however,solid entertainment that'll give you warm fuzzies for the hour and a half it takes up. Just curl up in front of the tv when you have nothing better to do, and watch this film.Sure its lighthearted, but its feel-good, and sometimes thats just what you need."