Home Fries (1998)

PG-13   |    |  Comedy, Romance, Drama


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Pregnant Sally unknowingly falls for the stepson of the deceased father of her baby and has to deal with his homicidal family.


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  • Drew Barrymore and Luke Wilson in Home Fries (1998)
  • Drew Barrymore and Luke Wilson in Home Fries (1998)
  • Luke Wilson and Daryl Mitchell in Home Fries (1998)
  • Drew Barrymore at an event for Home Fries (1998)
  • Drew Barrymore at an event for Home Fries (1998)
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26 November 2000 | jnazaroff
This movie was marketed so wrong...
Home Fries is a fantastic movie, but the marketing scheme behind it all had little bearing in regard to the actual movie. If you saw the trailers or commercials, you'd have thought the movie was a romantic comedy. The relationship between Luke Wilson and Drew Barrymore's characters plays only a small part in plot, and even then it's not the type of interaction you'd see in a romantic comedy.

This flick is pure dark humor. The near-incestuous relationship existing between Dorian's brother and mother is both odd and extremely amusing. It's definitely not the type of movie you'd expect to see from the way it's been presented. Kudos to the casting director. Each part was cast extremely well.

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