Alle Mörder sind schon da (1985)

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Alle Mörder sind schon da: Directed by Jonathan Lynn. With Eileen Brennan, Tim Curry, Madeline Kahn, Christopher Lloyd. Six guests are anonymously invited to a strange mansion for dinner, but after their host is killed, they must cooperate with the staff to identify the murderer as the bodies pile up.

“When I started watching u0026quot;Clueu0026quot; I was amused by the fact that it was based on the famous game of the same name. Two or three actors that I liked are also listed in the cast, so I thought I might give this a shot, if only for curiosity value. Well, what do you know, u0026quot;Clueu0026quot; is one of the most fast paced and wittiest play-like comedies ever committed to film! Somehow the makers really managed to make this an original crime/comedy that spoofs all the Agatha Christie whodunnit-movies and blending it effortlessly with references to the the game. The script is so witty and clever it seems like a modern Oscar Wilde-adaptation. The actors and actresses help making it come to life. Even though I was mainly watching this for Christopher Lloyd (who starred in u0026quot;Back To The Futureu0026quot; that same year, which is kinda hard to believe if you compare his looks in the two movies), Tim Curry (whose performance here seriously rivals all his other great roles like Frank u0026#39;Nu0026#39; Furter and Pennywise The Clown) and Michael McKean (great as ever), the whole cast really blew me away, because it had such a great on screen-chemistry together.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eUp until the ending (the three different endings, that is), u0026quot;Clueu0026quot; is one hell of an entertaining ride that doesnu0026#39;t bore you for a second. This one is a real sleeper, one of the greatest and most overlooked comedies of the 80u0026#39;s. If you get a chance to watch it, definitely do so!”

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