The Man With One Red Shoe details
|Starring:||James Belushi, David Ogden Stiers, Tom Hanks, Charles Durning, Dabney Coleman, Tom Noonan, Carrie Fisher, Lori Singer, Edward Herrmann|
|Studio:||20TH CENTURY FOX HOME ENTERTAINMENT|
The Man With One Red Shoe
|Run time:||1 hour 32 minutes|
|Rental release:||05 Apr 2004|
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WOWBy a customer from England , 05 Jul 2005
[Highly rated reviewer]This film has to be one of Tom Hanks best it is funny, witty, and 100% entertainment for all the familey their are parts of the film children will not understand virbley however the action will make then ache wiyth laughter,
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Eccentrically interestingBy a customer , 31 Aug 2011Quirky and unexpected but kept my interest. Only watch if you like Tom Hanks - if you do you will not be disappointed
Love Tom Hanks...By a customer from Essex , 21 Apr 2010... but this movie was a disappointment, Tom is great as usual but the story really lacked any enjoyment for me.
man with one red shoeBy a customer from newent , 03 Jan 2009i found this quite funny
Early Tom HanksBy molfluon (11 reviews) from Nelson , 31 Dec 2007Nice little film.
No Splash! for sure but still it does have an interesting supporting cast and basic idea. If you've ever wondered where all the internet photos of Carrie Fisher in a leopard skin bikini come from it's here.
Give it a whirl if you like Tom Hanks, Carrie Fisher or James Belushi. Or if you just want to watch a fairly entertaining 80's movie.
Not Bad !!!By a customer from GLASGOW , 04 Mar 2006In this rather routine adaptation of the French hit, The Tall Blond Man with One Black Shoe, Richard (Tom Hanks) is a bicycling violinist who is innocently drawn into a nasty struggle for control of the CIA. Cooper (Dabney Coleman) is the unscrupulous current head honcho of the notorious U.S. agency, Ross (Charles Durning) is his nemesis, and Maddy (Lori Singer) works for Cooper. After Richard the violinist is forced into the picture, Maddy fights off an attraction to the rather dull man, and complications introduce enough gadgetry to fill a James Bond movie, almost.