Two Much

"Terrible"

Two Much Review


Antonio Banderas is an artist/hustler -- get this -- named "Art Dodge." Get it!? Oh, the laughs keep right on coming (not!) in this lame romantic comedy/con game when Dodge falls in love with two sisters -- and naturally invents a twin brother (Bart!) so he can have them both (while evading the Mafia boss he tried to con). Set on the beaches of Miami, this makes you long for the actual humor found in goofy romances like The Birdcage.


Two Much

Facts and Figures

Run time: 118 mins

In Theaters: Friday 15th March 1996

Production compaines: Touchstone Pictures, Interscope Communications

Reviews

Contactmusic.com: 1.5 / 5

Rotten Tomatoes: 14%
Fresh: 1 Rotten: 6

IMDB: 5.3 / 10

Cast & Crew

Director:

Producer: Andrés Vicente Gómez, ,

Starring: as Art Dodge, as Betty, as Liz, as Gene, as Gloria, as Sheldon, Gabino Diego as Manny, as Dr. Huffeyer, as Reverend Larrabee, as Sommelier, Jeff Moldovan as Goon, Joe Hess as Goon


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