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Excess Baggage (1997) - Movie Details

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Comedy Romance
101 min.
Release Date
August 29, 1997
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Running Time
101 minutes
MPAA Rating
Rated PG-13 for violence, drinking, and sex-related dialogue

Emily Hope is a teenage girl neglected by her father who has just gone to the extreme to get attention. She has kidnapped herself. Placing herself in the trunk of her BMW, she is minutes away from being found by the police. In those minutes, however, Vincent Roche, professional car thief, steals her car.

Upon discovering her, he realizes that he is in deep trouble. If he is caught, not only will he be accused... Full synopsis »

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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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