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The Man Who Knew Too Little|Bill Murray
The Man Who Knew Too Little
Bill Murray and Peter Gallagher
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Overview

When bumbling lummox Wallace Ritchie threatens a visit to his successful, handsome, and socially mobile brother's posh London flat, the only thing to keep him out of trouble is the so-called "Theatre of Life," in which participants play a game of intrigue with hired actors masquerading as spies and hitmen. Unfortunately, Wallace inadvertently intercepts a phone call from real spies, who peg him for the gunman in their assassination plot--but Wallace himself is none the wiser.

Awards:

Main Cast & Crew:
Jon Amiel - Director
Bill Murray
Peter Gallagher
Joanne Whalley
Alfred Molina
Richard Wilson
Geraldine James
John Standing
Anna Chancellor
Nicholas Woodeson
Simon Chandler

    DVD Format
  • Format: DVD
  • Run Time: 94
  • Color Format: Color
  • UPC: 024543215615
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Rating: PG (MPAA) (language, innuendo, comic violence and sensuality)
  • Release Date: December 1997

Reviews:
"...[The movie] keeps its numerous farcical components whirring and clicking without losing track of any of them..." - 06/01/1998 Sight and Sound, p.50-1


"...Genial....This cloak-and-dagger farce delivers a modestly generous number of laughs..." - 01/01/1998 Box Office, p.46