The Man Who Knew Too Little – Edited

Theatrical Release: September 14, 2005
DVD Release: September 14, 2005
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Synopsis

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 hit men. 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.

Dove Review

This was a really funny movie. Bill Murray is so great in all of his movies. He brings something to the screen that just makes you not able to resist having a good time. Whether it’s his physical humor or his presence, there’s always a good laugh. This movie was good. Basically the whole premise is that Wallace doesn’t really know what he is getting himself into. There are really no objectionable elements in this movie. There are a few guns being pointed around but nothing graphic is shown. If you like to laugh, see “The Man Who Knew Too Little.”

Content Description

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Info

Company: Warner Brothers
Director: Jon Amiel
Genre: Comedy
Reviewer: Kadie Lukens