|US Release Date||11/30/1993|
The veteran actor returns with his own show and owns his disease in it
The first episode was all about artifacts.
Although The Honeymooners will more than likely produce a few chuckles, especially if you stay through the credits to watch the outtakes, it certainly isn't a tribute to the classic original.
Kutcher and Peet's date with destiny offers very little in the way of romance or laughs. It also drags on longer than the seven years that it takes this odd couple to decide what they want with their lives. Let them waste their lives--and not yours--on something that feels like but isn't really A Lot Like Love.
With the triple threat of Stiller, Barrymore and director DeVito, along with a great turn by Essell as the evil elderly woman, the generally hilarious, definitely disreputable Duplex should make its mark as one of the better blacker comedies out there.
|Mike Foley||Executive Producer||n/a||174||3000002|
|George Brandon||Executive Producer||n/a||174||3000003|
|Alex Sherwin||Associate Producer||n/a||171||3000004|
|Danny Kuchuck||Line Producer||n/a||161||5000001|
|Greg Littlewood||Director of Photography||n/a||120780||6000001|
|Clare Brown||Production Designer||n/a||164||9000001|
|Charlotte Malmlof||Art Director||art direction||183||9000002|
From classic movie palaces to the state-of-the-art IMAX screens.