Crazy Like a Fox (2004)

PG-13   |    |  Drama, Comedy


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This is the story of Nat Banks, an 8th generation Virginian gentleman farmer living in the past, who loses his family farm, Greenwood, to a pair of land speculators from Washington, D.C. ... See full summary »


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17 April 2006 | bwallauer
10
| If you love to laugh, cry, then laugh more, this is a must see!
I loved this film. Crazy Like a Fox will touch all of your emotions. A perfect blend of humor and drama. It is hard to compare this film to others I've seen. It is certainly in the league of Funny Bones, and Napoleon Dynamite, but with even more of a heart.

In an infuriatingly plausible plot, Nat Banks (Roger Rees) plays the perfect champion of an individual's right to be brave, stubborn, and insane in a fight to hold on to tradition, honor, and the past. Despite Banks' methods, you root for him (and his long suffering family) to the end. Equally, CLF was beautifully shot, in a way which brings out the beauty of the south.

Richard Squires has written and directed an intelligent, original, and perfectly paced film. More than any other in the past several years, I reflect upon the scenes of this film.

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Release Date:

25 October 2004

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

Box Office

Opening Weekend USA:

$4,667 7 May 2006

Gross USA:

$9,376

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$9,376

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