The Linguini Incident

The Linguini Incident

The Linguini Incident is a 1991 American comedic film set in New York starring David Bowie and Rosanna Arquette. The film was directed by Richard Shepard, who co-wrote the script with Tamar Brott. Marlee Matlin, Buck Henry and Iman co-star. Lucy (Arquette) is a frustrated magician, specifically an escape artist, who is obsessed with becoming a modern female version of Harry Houdini. She collects Houdini artifacts and waits for her big break while working as a waitress at a trendy Manhattan restaurant. With British bartender, Monte (Bowie), and her roommate Vivian, she arranges a heist of the restaurant. Monte is also determined to get Lucy to marry him, under the pretense that he needs his green card.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:98 minutes
  • Release:1991
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:escape,   robbery,   magic,  

Two disgruntled restaurant employees (David Bowie, Rosanna Arquette) decide to rob their employers (Buck Henry, Andre Gregory). . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Seth F (it) wrote: Hilarious. Laughed till it hurt ...& still kept laughing.

Matan O (fr) wrote: This movie was terrible. I was very disappointed.

(ag) wrote: + extremely funny even though the film is about miserableness+ one of the best polish comedy+ killing monologues

Vanessa L (nl) wrote: Shit...mon film prfr d'enfance!!! Caro ... il existe vraiment!

Shelby G (us) wrote: This is a sequel to three separate and unrelated movies I LOVE this movie but, um, it sucks. Sigh.shelby

Tim E (ru) wrote: I've always found this film very sad, and very moving. Essentially a film about growing up and the loss of innocence.

Johnny M (ca) wrote: I am an avid fan of the actors in this version of Stokers novel but I am afraid there were just too many liberties taken with the original for me to really enjoy it. Marc Warren can do creepy really well, Sophie Miles is a fine actress and David Suchet is excellent but not in this I'm afraid. The BBC did an excellent dramatisation in 1977 with Louis Jordan as the Count, but here they failed and by a long way. If you are not as precious about the original novel as I am then there may be much to enjoy here(the BBC do Victorian like no one else) but don't expect much Stoker. I give it 40% bcause I like the above named actors so much.

Roland M (ru) wrote: It worked for me, as a normal enjoyable film. I really like some of the moments they had captured. Maybe i get why the rating's down, i do. But maybe the Steve they have was way too interesting for me to mind those flaws they had pointed out.