Barcelona (1994)

PG-13   |    |  Comedy, Drama, Romance


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Ted, a stuffy white guy from Illinois working in sales for the Barcelona office of a US corporation, is paid an unexpected visit by his somewhat less stuffy cousin Fred, who is an officer ... See full summary »


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  • Tushka Bergen and Taylor Nichols in Barcelona (1994)
  • Tushka Bergen and Taylor Nichols in Barcelona (1994)
  • Chris Eigeman and Taylor Nichols in Barcelona (1994)
  • Chris Eigeman and Taylor Nichols in Barcelona (1994)
  • Thomas Gibson in Barcelona (1994)
  • Chris Eigeman and Taylor Nichols in Barcelona (1994)

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23 December 2004 | jeanmaru
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| The Bible Dancer and the American Deer
This is one of those movies that get better with age. I first saw it ten years ago, when Mira Sorvino was an unknown actress, and I was surprised to learn later that she wasn't really Spanish. (I lived in Spain for five years, so I'm not easily fooled.) If you've been to Barcelona, you'll like the glowing glimpses of the city, sun-drenched during the day, lit by neon and fireworks at night. There is much charming, often subtle, humor in the film. Who could resist Taylor Nichols dancing alone in his dining room while reading the Bible? Or Chris Eigeman using a felt tip pen to change anti-American graffiti from "American pigs" to "American deer"? Sure, the film is talky, but it doesn't take itself too too seriously.

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