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      The Imposters vs. Joe Gould's Secret

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    Big Cheese

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    From:San Jose, California USA
    Registered: Dec 99

    posted 04-29-2000 02:49 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for codestah   Click Here to Email codestah     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
    After writing my recent film review here on Joe Gould's Secret, just last night I rented The Imposters (1998), also directed by and starring Stanley Tucci. And boy-oh-boy, welcome to a whole different side of Tucci. Of particular interest to me is that The Imposters is an older movie than Joe Gould, set in the same era: the 1940's. One of my complaints with Joe Gould was that there was little in the way of music representative of the time. Yet The Imposters, a PREVIOUS film of Tucci's, was packed with delectable selections of 1940's up-beat music which adds a certain pizzaz to the film.

    This leads me to believe that the lack of music in Joe Gould's Secret was not an oversight, but a meditated decision which at this time is simply over my head.

    As for The Imposters, it is a silly, physical comedy which might remind you of the Stooges. I found it very enjoyable!

    Big Cheese

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    posted 05-26-2000 09:28 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Edge   Click Here to Email Edge     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
    Speaking of Stanley Tucci.. I just now am watching 'The Pelican Brief' and have consequently noticed his very small role in this film as none other than an ... imposter.

    - mf

    [This message has been edited by Edge (edited 05-26-2000).]

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