The Search for John Gissing (2001)

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The Search for John Gissing (2001). 1h 31m | Not Rated

“I sought this out first and foremost for Alan Rickman, and I wasnu0026#39;t disappointed. He gets so few opportunities to play comedy and thatu0026#39;s really a crime. At one point I literally spit across the room from laughing so hard (fortunately wasnu0026#39;t eating at the time). Janeane is her standard delightfully sarcastic self, though tragically underused. This seems to be all about Mike Binder playing Woody Allen (Iu0026#39;m really not that into either actor). Some scenes are obviously only a setup to one key line for him to say. The jump cuts mentioned earlier I thought at first were an artistic attempt, but eventually get very, very annoying. u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eThe DVD has an impressive amount of extras for being privately released, no complaints there. The supporting actors were all very good, but really the only reason to see this is for Mr. Rickmanu0026#39;s performance. This has easily shot to the top three in my collection of his films.”


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