Excess Baggage (1997) - Movie Details
|Release Date:||August 29, 1997|
|Writer:||Aaron Sorkin, Ian La Frenais, Dick Clement, Max D. Adams|
|Cast:||Hiro Kanagawa, Sally Kirkland, Leland Orser, Robert Wisden, Michael Bowen, Nicholas Turturro, Harry Connick Jr., Jack Thompson, Christopher Walken, Benicio Del Toro, Alicia Silverstone|
|Running Time:||101 minutes|
|MPAA Rating:||Rated PG-13 for violence, drinking, and sex-related dialogue|
Upon discovering her, he realizes that he is in deep trouble. If he is caught, not only will he be accused...
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Excess Baggage was boring, but not necessarily a bad movie. Alicia Silverstone was surprisingly good in the movie, though her counterpart was obnoxious. It's not that Benicio Del Toro did a bad job; it's just that he sounds weird, looks weird, and just doesn't seem to fit with the female star. The story is unique but not very comical, nor romantic, nor action-packed. Excess Baggage is an in-between movie; there's no excess space for it. Full movie review »
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