The Extra Man
THE EXTRA MAN is a sophisticated and moving comedy from filmmakers Shari Springer Berman and Robert Pulcini. THE EXTRA MAN follows Louis Ives (Paul Dano), a lonely dreamer who fancies himself the hero of an F. Scott Fitzgerald novel. When a deeply embarrassing incident forces him to leave his job at an exclusive Princeton prep school, Louis heads to New York City to make a fresh start. He quickly finds a 9 to 5 job at an environmental magazine, where he encounters an entrancing, green-obsessed co-worker Mary (Katie Holmes).
- Stars:Paul Dano, Marian Seldes, Celia Weston, Patti D'Arbanville, John C. Reilly, Dan Hedaya, Kevin Kline, Jason Butler Harner, Alex Burns, Katie Holmes, Alicia Goranson, Lynn Cohen, John Pankow, Lewis Payton Jr., Marisa Ryan,
- Country:France, USA
- Director:Shari Springer Berman, Robert Pulcini,
- Writer:Robert Pulcini (screenplay), Jonathan Ames (screenplay), Shari Springer Berman (screenplay), Jonathan Ames (novel)
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The Extra Man torrent reviews
(gb) wrote: Coutillard carries this movie while Brad Boy tries to keep pace. Nice scenes from Morocco. Surprising ending.
(de) wrote: I liked it though it could have been done better. Not RGV's forte actually. Amitabh did a good job though.
(es) wrote: Quality production, let down a bit by dodgy acting and rather crappy dialogue.
(au) wrote: This is a fantastically good movie that is also bad but I actually liked it a lot despite how bad it is even though it's really good and also bad.
(us) wrote: Funny as hell. van damme does the splits, some kids have a complex relationship with his dad, stuff happen's, mildly amusing.
(de) wrote: "Modern Times," Charlie Chaplin's relevant satire of the Depression era, is both funny and powerful.
(ru) wrote: My favorite movie of 1997!
(jp) wrote: When you think of all the movies from the 1940s to the present--and tv shows--featuring strong amoral women who did not care what they had to do in order to move up the ladder of success, this is the movie where it comes from. Barbara Stanwyck is an American treasure.
(de) wrote: Being a fan of Stephen King, I have to admit I loved this film enough to buy it on DVD. The closest thing to 'Misery' I've ever seen. Gotta love a mystery Thriller where the Bad Guy wins