The Linguini Incident details
|Starring:||Andre Gregory, Eszter Balint, Buck Henry, Viveca Lindfors, Marlee Matlin, Rosanna Arquette, David Bowie|
|Studio:||ITV STUDIOS HOME ENTERTAINMENT|
The Linguini Incident
|Run time:||1 hour 44 minutes|
|Rental release:||Limited availability|
|Hearing impaired subtitles:||English|
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David Bowie at his bestBy a customer from London UK , 16 Feb 2007
[Highly rated reviewer]Great lighthearted flim with David Bowie actually acting ( unlike other pop stars who take to the screen) - a movie about people who have different needs to get to their goals and use each other to get them.
so soBy Tommytinkroom (6 reviews) from Bridgend,S.Wales , 11 Feb 2009Found it a bit boring.
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Quirky and delightful comedy.By a customer from London, England , 04 Jan 2009I found this film to be humorous to watch with moments that made me smile. It wasn't laugh out loud material but I loved watching the performances. All the actors involved did a great job of bringing to life their blend of neurotic, paranoid and quirky characters. Rosanna Arquette played a delightful if slightly annoying vague waitress/escape artist who is very funny to watch. Her friend played by Eszter Balint was also wonderful as she played a kind of morose and sarcastic side kick with some very funny lines. Of course David Bowie plays the male lead and he is very good in this. I think he's quite underrated as an actor and he should do more comedy. He delivered his lines very well and was genuinely cute with his humour. I actually think this is one of his best performances and it's a shame the film didn't do well for him. All in all the story was fun to follow but it's the performances that made for a delightful if not light comedy.
Unusual - worth a watchBy Purpleoak (9 reviews) from Stroud , 06 Mar 2007A light-hearted comedy, makes you laugh out loud in places.
I say it was unusual but I guess any film featuring David Bowie tends to be on the slightly odd side!
David Bowie at his bestBy a customer from London UK , 16 Feb 2007Great lighthearted flim with David Bowie actually acting ( unlike other pop stars who take to the screen) - a movie about people who have different needs to get to their goals and use each other to get them.
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