A Fish Called Wanda—Special Edition

Fifteen years on, the only thing that's dated about John Cleese's romantic-comedy-cum-caper-movie is the fashions. Cleese honed the script for years, and it shows—plus the entire supporting cast are a treat, especially Michael Palin's stuttering animal rights assassin, Jamie Lee Curtis'sexy double-crosser and Kevin Kline's psychopathic fish-killer. Immensely likeable.

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Fifteen years on, the only thing that’s dated about John Cleese’s romantic-comedy-cum-caper-movie is the fashions. Cleese honed the script for years, and it shows?plus the entire supporting cast are a treat, especially Michael Palin’s stuttering animal rights assassin, Jamie Lee Curtis’sexy double-crosser and Kevin Kline’s psychopathic fish-killer. Immensely likeable.

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