The Oh in Ohio (2006)

R   |    |  Comedy, Drama, Romance


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Priscilla Chase is a woman who has never had an orgasm.


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  • Parker Posey and Miranda Bailey in The Oh in Ohio (2006)
  • Parker Posey and Danny DeVito in The Oh in Ohio (2006)
  • Mischa Barton and Paul Rudd in The Oh in Ohio (2006)
  • Mischa Barton and Paul Rudd in The Oh in Ohio (2006)
  • Paul Rudd in The Oh in Ohio (2006)
  • Parker Posey and Liza Minnelli in The Oh in Ohio (2006)

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3 April 2006 | hanksank
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| The OH is just OKAY
I wanted to like this movie more than I did, but I just didn't. Some of the people at the SXSW fest really enjoyed it, but there was a large majority- such as myself- that almost walked out.

Parker Posey is, well- Parker Posey again. Sometimes I find her funny, but a lot of the time I find her shtick a little tedious, and where I really like her as a supporting player, when she's the lead I start to get a headache. Perhaps that's just me, but if you ever thought she may be a little over the top, this is not the film for you.

Paul Rudd is okay, but he has scenes with Micha Barton, who is to acting what wood is to forests, so there was no hope for those scenes.

The standout for me, surprisingly, was Danny DeVito. He brings a warmth and reality to a supporting role (clearly based on Wallace Shawns character in Annie Hall) that took me by surprise and made me remember why I love him so.

The film itself tries very hard to get noticed, sometimes in that puerile Farrely Brothers HEY LOOK AT ME! kind of way, which I'm sure my 14 year old nephew would enjoy. ("Hey, they're talking about SEX!! Wheeee!") but after a while it made me long for a comedy like, say, Annie Hall or Manhattan (am I dating myself?) where the people are adult and smart and interesting and attractive and don't try so hard to be funny, but just ARE funny.

I'd be interested to see this director/writers next film, hopefully they'll have a little more faith in themselves and a little less need to keep the volume so loud.

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Release Date:

2 February 2007

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

Filming Locations

Cleveland, Ohio, USA

Box Office

Budget:

$5,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$61,043 16 July 2006

Gross USA:

$418,689

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$648,183

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