A highly-evolved planet, whose denizens feel no emotion and reproduce by cloning, plans to take over Earth from the inside by sending an operative, fashioned with a humming, mechanical penis, to impregnate an earthling and stay until the birth. The alien, Harold Anderson, goes to Phoenix as a banker and sets to work finding a mate. His approaches to women are inept, and the humming phallus doesn't help, but on the advice of a banking colleague, he cruises an AA meeting, meets Susan, and somehow convinces her to marry. The clock starts to tick: will she conceive, have a baby, and lose Harold (and the child) to his planet before he discovers emotion and starts to care?
Writer:Garry Shandling (story), Michael Leeson (story), Garry Shandling (screenplay), Michael Leeson (screenplay), Ed Solomon (screenplay), Peter Tolan (scre
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Desi E (au) wrote: Absolute sublime portrayal of a genius too good, too brave, and too smart for his time. Stephen Fry is a gift to all who behold him!
Mike A (ag) wrote: The goofiness and outright mayhem is outrageously hilarious! Then, you can tack on the combo of Randy Quaid and Chevy Chase, two classics in their own right....for just sheer stupid humor! I absolutely love it every time I watch it!
Kim V (de) wrote: This one is pretty good, and it has my favorite actor, James Spader.
Esther L (de) wrote: I enjoyed the musical performances and is a movie I'd definitely rewatch.
Rachel P (ru) wrote: Really great footage of Beavers in the wild, my son loved it.
Susan D (ag) wrote: This is so very sad. Just because the poor kid had a wealthy, totally insane Aunt he got ripped away from the poor but wonderful Aunt.
Rachael Q (us) wrote: It makes a change for gratuitous full frontal nudity to be male. Crikey Richard!
Jack W (gb) wrote: Don't care what the critics said about this 1999 remake, still more entertaining than all the rubbish remakes we've had in the past few years. I've always admired Steve Martin and John Cleese' work ;)
Joshua L (au) wrote: Classic Action flick!!! I wish they still made movies like this. fun action with rare performances
Peter S (mx) wrote: Well, it's the first original movie of the infamous directing team. And how did they do? Worse than all of their other movies. Their other movies, you have to be in the mood for really, really stupid, mind numbing, brain cell destroying comedy. However, this movie doesn't even have too much of that. This is a really dumbed down, lukewarm female version of the hangover. That's not to say that girls getting drunk and having fun can't be funny, look at bridesmaids, that was funny. And I'm sure bad moms will be great too, just haven't seen it yet. However, this movie does not have a lot of funny moments. Yes, the scenes with the naked old lady scores some laughs. Yes, the scene in the dumpster you can laugh at for its sheer stupidity, since any storyline just comes to a standstill for about 5 minutes. And yes, this movie does not take itself seriously, but not until after the ambulance scene. This movie should only be watched under special circumstances, basically if you watched dancer in the dark the night before or something to that degree to get it out of your head. Not only will you forget your troubles, you will be watching probably a better movie than the piece of crap dancer in the dark was.
Dale R (ru) wrote: If you like a gratuitous gore-fest, this is your film ; if you want something meaningful and sophisticated, avoid!