Born Yesterday (1993)

PG   |    |  Comedy, Romance


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A businessman comes to Washington with his ex Vegas showgirl girlfriend, and after some embarrassments, he hires a reporter as tutor to smarten her up. She turns out to be smart, sucks up knowledge and questions things. Trouble?

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  • Melanie Griffith and Don Johnson in Born Yesterday (1993)
  • John Goodman and Melanie Griffith in Born Yesterday (1993)
  • Melanie Griffith and Don Johnson in Born Yesterday (1993)
  • John Goodman and Edward Herrmann in Born Yesterday (1993)

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22 July 2001 | MIKE-WILSON6
Why bother to remake an all time classic.
Born Yesterday (1950) is one of funniest films ever made. This

version has Melanie Griffith attempting the impossible,trying to

recreate the role that won Judy Holiday a best actress Oscar. Although Griffith tries hard, she is no match for Holiday, and Don

Johnson is certainly no substitute for William Holden. The only one

of the cast who comes close to the original, is John Goodman. For anybody that doesn't know the story outline, Harry Block,(John

Goodman ) a crooked junk tycoon hires a journalist Paul Verrall

(Don Johnson ) to teach his girlfriend Billie Dawn, some social

skills, as she is unused the high society life of the Washington

elite. In a choice between the two, watch the original.

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