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|Charlie Mackenzie (Mike Myers) is a love-shy "poet" living in San Francisco, who frequents neighborhood coffee houses reciting his tortured odes to unrequited love. Burned by a string of failed relationships, Mackenzie's fear of commitment has intensified into outrageous extremes of paranoia. When he finds himself falling for the sweet-faced butcher (Nancy Travis) at his local meat shop, he sees it as a final chance for love to overcome his painful cynicism. Feeling he has squelched his nagging fears, Mackenzie marries the woman. But his anxiety quickly manifests itself in the conviction that his betrothed is actually an infamous axe murderer whose antics are described in juicy detail in each week's issue of the Weekly World News. Myers also plays his own father, Stuart Mackenzie, a football-loving, Rod Stewart-singing Scotsman who repeatedly refers to Charlie's over-cranial younger brother William as "Head."|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||3205765|
|Product Key Features|
|Rating||PG-13, PG-13 (MPAA)|
|Additional Product Features|
|Leading Role||Mike Myers|
|Display Format||Standard and Letterboxed; Multiple Languages|
|Region Code||Region 1|
|Number of Discs||1|
|Edition||Standard and Letterboxed; Multiple Languages|
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Great Movie for Any Mike Myers Fan
Great movie for any Mike Myers fan! The Scottish Dad character was based on his real life dad. You can see where the Fat B*****d part in The Austin Powers series comes from. Some surprise cameo appearances! Good family movie for kids with maybe a little parental guidance. There is a slapstick action ending that may be too intense for real little ones. Some smoking and drinking. Language is (for the most part) family friendly. Not the greatest movie overall. But if you love Wayne's World and can deal with a movie a little dated (1992?), this one is a must! Also, kind of a cool soundtrack. Includes the Scottish Dad playing Bay City Rollers real loud! What a laugh!
Our Fav Family Movie
My grown kids and I have watched this so much years back and knew most by heart. Ordered it for Christmas Eve fam party. Had a great time reciting scenes together. Lots of laughing. It's a funny movie. Need to order it again. Someone wanted to keep it. :)
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I realy like Mike Meyers in this movie. His character is real and this is a role that is a little toned down for him. His character's family is hilarious! I love the father, also Meyers i beleive, the most. Interesting plot, hillarious reaction out of the main character, and an atractive "so-called" axe-murderer! Good Movie!!
GENIOUS! A cult classic you've GOT to own!
At the time this movie was released, few people really "got" the absolute genius of Mike Meyers. It may not have done well in the box office, but it has developed an enormous cult following of all ages. Mike's "beat" poetry as he works his way from one OCD-strangled relationship to another is hysterical. The obligatory montage scene is a joke in itself, and again, Meyers is flawlessly funny. Yet, behind the comedy is an off-beat horror story that really does give you chills and makes you have to catch your breath more than once. There are numerous hysterical cameos by the likes of Charles Grodin, Steven Wright, Phil Hartman (just call him "Vicky"), and Alan Arkin. This is truly Mike Meyers at his most original and comedic best. If you don't own this movie, "you'll be cryin' yerself to sleep tonight on your huge pilla."