Ready to Wear

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Ready to Wear Review


Ready to Wear, a supposed send-up of the fashion world, is a big disappointment, this time from Robert Altman. I got the feeling that Altman didn't really have any idea what he wanted to say with this film (which he later conceded in a TV interview). Altman has to resort to slapstick and dog excrement to make the audience laugh, despite about a zillion big-name stars. Occasionally, people manage to shine despite the cheesy story, making it mildly entertaining.

Aka Prêt-à-Porter.



Facts and Figures

Run time: 133 mins

In Theaters: Sunday 25th December 1994

Distributed by: Miramax

Production compaines: Miramax Films

Reviews

Contactmusic.com: 2 / 5

Rotten Tomatoes: 26%
Fresh: 6 Rotten: 17

IMDB: 5.0 / 10

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Starring: as Sergio, as Isabella de la Fontaine, as Olivier de la Fontaine, as Sophie Choiset, as Kitty Potter, as Milo O'Brannigan, as Simone Lowenthal, as Jack Lowenthal, as Pilar, Ute Lemper as Albertine, Tara Leon as Kiki Simpson, Georgianna Robertson as Dane Simpson, as Fiona Ulrich, as Cy Bianco, as Cort Romney, Anne Canovas as Violetta Romney, as Anne Eisenhower, as Joe Flynn, as Slim Chrysler, as Clint Lammeraux, as Nina Scant, as Sissy Wanamaker, as Regina Krumm, as Louise Hamilton, as Tantpis, as Forget, as Nina's Assistant, as Regina's Assistant, as sie selbst, as er selbst, as sie selbst, Thierry Mugler as er selbst, Tatjana Patitz as sie selbst, as sie selbst, as Major Hamilton


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