Connie and Carla Movie Review 2004

Information and Film Reviews for Connie and Carla the Movie

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"Victor/Victoria" meets "Some Like it Hot" in this train wreck. Writer Vardalos and Colette are Connie and Carla, who have been a singing team since childhood and who perform medleys in an airport lounge where, despite being has-beens that never were, the two still dream of stardom. In an unlikely turn of events, the two witness a mob hit and are forced to go on the lam to L.A., where they pretend to be female impersonators. The girls pretending to be boys pretending to be girls act is a surprise hit, allowing minor celebrity and close calls with the mob to ensue. Duchovney is the inferior sub-plot love interest who adds nothing to this unfunny, forced comedy filled with extremely cliched, stereotypical gay humor.

Distribution

Not Yet Released

Available on DVD
Running time 98 minutes.
Originally from United States.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Gender Bending, Organized Crime, Gays, Fugitives, Female Bonding, Screwball Comedy
Screenplay
Nia Vardalos
Cast
Nia Vardalos, Toni Collette, David Duchovny, Stephen Spinella, Ian Gomez, Nick Sandow, Dash Mihok, Robert John Burke, Alec Mapa, Chris(topher) Logan, Robert Kaiser, Boris McGiver, Babz Chula, Linda Darlow
Cinematography
Richard Greatrex
Director
Michael Lembeck
Music
Randy Edelman
Other
Debbie Reynolds, Darren Brisker, David Finfer, Geoff Wallace, Ruth Myers, Jasna Stefanovich
Producer
Gary Barber, Roger Birnbaum, Tom Hanks, Rita Wilson, Jonathan Glickman, Spyglass Entertainment, Universal Pictures

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