Drowning Mona (2000)

PG-13   |    |  Comedy, Crime, Mystery


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When a woman drives a car into the river to her death, everyone in town becomes a suspect.

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26 October 2003 | budikavlan
More of a "black whimsy" than a black comedy
Really oddball attempt at black comedy doesn't quite hit the mark because it's not really all that funny. It is full of screwy touches, such as the Yugos with personalized plates, Three Dog Night music, and nonlinear storytelling. The performances are all over the map, too; Danny DeVito and Tracey Walter underplay, Bette Midler and Neve Campbell play it fairly straight. Paul Ben-Victor, Paul Schulze and Peter Dobson are funny as the mostly incompetent and inattentive deputies. Jamie Lee Curtis is all over the place, while Bill Fichtner never quite registers at all. Casey Affleck, as marginally the main character, gives perhaps the most bizarre (and frankly, irritating) performance. A few scenes hit the mark, and there is a bit of interest in the actual mystery question of Who Killed Mona?, but more laughs were needed to offset the merely whimsical touches of the screenplay.

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