THE OUT-OF-TOWNERS (1970)









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Brief Movie Synopsis [courtesy of Turner Classic Movies]:

A man's New York job interview
turns into a non-stop nightmare.






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"I very seldom disagree with one of Leonard Maltin's reviews.
But I sure did on this one. He claims this movie is 'excruciating'.
Well, yes, I think so too. Excruciatingly funny, that is. I think
that Jack Lemmon is wonderfully 'over the top' in this picture. His
character (as far as I see it) is obviously written to be played
way, way over the top. That's what makes it funny. Realistically, we
have to know that all 64 (or so) crises and maladies that befall this
poor midwestern couple could not ALL happen at once in a million years.
So, therefore, I think the viewer must look upon Lemmon as more of a
'caricature' than a 'character' in this film. Most of this movie was
filmed outdoors, and there's a nice 'Big Apple' flavor here (circa 1970)."

-- David Von Pein; August 2001







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