Man of the Century

"OK"

Man of the Century Review


Cute movie. Johnny Twennies (Gibson Frazier) lives in the '90s but behaves like it's his last name -- talking about moxie, flappers, and dames. And no one else is in on the joke. His encounters with modern-day women and situations are priceless but it's of course a one-note movie -- and why no one calls Johnny on his peccadilloes is never explained. Like I said, cute but hardly a comic masterpiece.


Man of the Century

Facts and Figures

Run time: 77 mins

In Theaters: Sunday 24th January 1999

Box Office Worldwide: $33 thousand

Reviews

Contactmusic.com: 3 / 5

Rotten Tomatoes: 71%
Fresh: 12 Rotten: 5

IMDB: 7.0 / 10

Cast & Crew

Director:

Starring: as Johnny Twennies, as Virginia Clemens, Ian Edwards as Clarence, as Victor Young, as Samantha Winter


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