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Other Voices (2000)

Cast: Mary McCormack, Mary McCormack, David Aaron Baker, more...
Director: Dan McCormack, Dan McCormack
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Studio: Ardustry Home Entertainment
Running Time: 110 min.
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Dan McCormack spins this yuppie nightmare about lost identity, lost love, and New York. Phil (David Aaron Baker) and Anna (Mary McCormack) are a young couple whose marriage is slowly going sour. Each suspects the other of having an illicit affair. Anna shares with her analyst, Dr. Grover (Stockard Channing), that she is seeing another man, while Phil confides in his wildly erratic buddy John (Campbell Scott), that while he suspects Anna is sleeping around, he is engaging in a little extra-marital infidelity himself. Though Dr. Grover is unnerved by how flippantly Anna is treating her dalliances, John suggests that Phil consult with Jordin (Peter Gallagher in an outrageous French accent), one of Gotham's finest private dicks. Soon Phil finds himself jumped by Mink (Ricky Aiello), one of Jordin's goons, and Anna is stalked by her unhinged brother Jeff (Rob Morrow) who is trying to prevent a rendezvous between her and her mysterious lover. This film was screened at the 2000 Sundance Film Festival. ~ Jonathan Crow, All Movie Guide

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Interestingly Bad by talltale May 11, 2004 - 5:00 PM PDT
2 out of 3 members found this review helpful
Bad movies are a dime a dozen. But interestingly bad movies are rather rare, and OTHER VOICES definitely qualifies as one of these. Alternately pompous and bizarre, believable and un-, it will keep you not perhaps on the edge of your seat but certainly awake. (You'll be too angry for sleep.) The cast is fine, with McCormick and Baker OK, Scott nifty in his Rodger-Dodger mode, Morrow weird (isn't this his second Tourette's role? Better call a halt), while Gallagher sports a good Russian accent, another Aiello proves worth watching and Stockard Channing can do the shrink role in her sleep. Writer/director McCormick pushes too hard at the wrong times and his tone keeps waffling. Still, the photography is quite good, and the theme of how to keep a marriage alive is always worth tackling. I'm glad I saw this one, bad though it may be. I laughed, and I suspect you will, too--sometimes even in the right places.

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