In And Out details
|Starring:||Bob Newhart, Debbie Reynolds, Joan Cusack, Tom Selleck, Matt Dillon, Alice Drummond, Deb, Richard Woods, Dan Hedaya, Kevin Kline, Joseph Maher, William Duell, Macintyre Dixon, John Cunningham, J. Smith-Cameron, Wilford Brimley|
|Genres:||Comedy - Romantic, Gay/Lesbian - Gay, Romance|
|Studio:||PARAMOUNT HOME ENTERTAINMENT|
In And Out
|Run time:||1 hour 27 minutes|
|Rental release:||Not currently released|
|Subtitles:||Dutch, English, French|
|Hearing impaired subtitles:||English|
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EnjoyableBy a customer from Norfolk,UK , 20 May 2005
[Highly rated reviewer]This comedy has several laugh out loud moments.
Bob Newhart is excellent as the buttoned up School Principle & Kevin Kline excellent too.
It's not snide or anti-gay & not to be taken too seriously !
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IN AND OUT - LAME AND OFFENSIVEBy Discodaddybob (1 review) , 03 Mar 2012I worked at Paramount Pictures when IN AND OUT was made (1997) and remember telling my boss, a very talented production executive, after a pre-opening screening of the film, that it was one of the worst films I had ever seen and that as a member of the gay community I was offended by the stereotypical treatment of gay people and worse, didn't think it was funny. Kevin Klines gives one of his worst performances in the film. Joan Cusack, usually very funny,
is embarrassing and if I were to make a list of the 10 most lame films ever made, IN AND OUT would be on it.
My boss at Paramount, in response to what I had to say about the film commented, 'Well, fortunately, we made the film for a different audience. And I responded, 'yeah, all the ignorant, homophobic folks in the hinderlands.'
Watch it at your own risk
I Loved this film!By a customer from Hertfordshire , 27 Sep 2010
THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS Show review anywayHideThe 'I'm Spartacus' moment at the school's presentation day is so very funny but really touching at the same time. This film has many laugh out loud moments and is thoroughly enjoyable with brilliant acting all round. I've seen the film twice now and could easily watch it again.
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Cracking good filmBy Newtonguy (15 reviews) from Merseyside , 28 Mar 2010This is a great film to watch and I happily recommend it to anyone.
It does have its funny moments and Tom Selleck looks hot.
Macho Macho Man...I Want To Be A Macho Man!!!By a customer from Wolverhampton , 02 Oct 2009
THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS Show review anywayHideThis movie really made me laugh out loud and I was glad that I chose this particular rental.
A small town English teacher 'Howard Brackett' (Kevin Kline) is preparing for his up coming wedding to his girlfriend of three years 'Emily' (Joan Cusack). Although they have officially never slept together and Emily has shed 75 pounds for the big day, everybody in town is convinced that that they make a lovely couple, including Howard's parents (Debbie Reynolds & Wilford Brimley).
When the news hits that an ex-pupil of Howard's (who is now a Hollywood acting sensation) is being nominated for an academy award, the whole town tunes in to celebrate.
'Cameron Drake' (Matt Dillon) wins the best actor Oscar for his portrayal of a gay soldier in the war, but when Cameron makes his famous acceptance speech he dedicates his performance to 'Mr Brackett', who by the way is 'Gay'.
A great support cast and some really hilarious scenes including 'The Batchelor Party, The Masculine Self Help Tape, and 'The End Wedding Scene'.
Also look out for the gorgeous 'Tom Selleck', as a TV reporter who may just be 'Mr Right' for a very confused Howard.
Would highly recommend this rental :)
Enjoyable and wittyBy a customer from Muir of Ord , 18 Mar 2009This is a very gentle film with all parts well played by an impressive cast. Yes, in places it is formulaic, but no less enjoyable for it. Kevin Kline is excellent as the confused teacher and Joan Cusack, as always, turns in an equally good performance as his fiancée. Perfect for those nights you want to watch a film that's entertaining and won't over-tax the brain!