The Château (2001)

R   |    |  Comedy, Drama, Romance


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Two brothers go to France to claim the chateau they have inherited.


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  • Romany Malco and Jesse Peretz at an event for The Château (2001)
  • Romany Malco and Paul Rudd in The Château (2001)
  • Paul Rudd in The Château (2001)
  • Kristin Davis at an event for The Château (2001)
  • Romany Malco in The Château (2001)

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Director:

Jesse Peretz

Writers:

Thomas Bidegain (idea), Jesse Peretz

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18 June 2005 | themovieadvisor
6
| Some very funny moments
I think this a very well-acted movie that has some very funny moments.

Unfortunately, I don't believe that it holds together and in the end, you are left wondering if it really made any sense.

I watched in on TV which may be the reason I enjoyed it more than the other commenter. This is not a big screen vehicle. This is really a small film that can be enjoyed as an alternative to watching the sitcoms.

I think that Paul Rudd does a great job playing the neurotic, try-to-be-nice-all-the-time, new age nerd. Romany Malco does a very solid job as a no-nonsense businessman, who tries to play it cool, but deep down is a sweet guy.

It is a pleasant film. A movie that seems to have more potential than it ultimately delivers.

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