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Perfectly Normal (1990)

R | | Comedy | April 1991 (USA)
A shy young man with a passion for opera has his world turned upside down by a con artist who really does have a heart of gold.

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1 win & 3 nominations. See more awards »
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Alonzo Turner
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Renzo Parachi
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Denise
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Hopeless
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Charlie Glesby
Patricia Gage ...
Mrs. Hathaway
J.D. Nicholsen ...
Duane Bickle (as Jack Nichols)
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Gloria
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Tiffany
Peter Millard ...
Bunden
Bryan Foster ...
Gig Manyon
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Pizza Guy
Warren Van Evera ...
Old Man
Douglas C. Frye ...
Boy in Cab
Graham Harley ...
Middle-aged Man
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A shy young man with a passion for opera has his world turned upside down by a con artist who really does have a heart of gold.

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April 1991 (USA)  »

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Genial normal  »

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Alonzo Turner: Morning is a state of mind, Lorenzo. It is that period of the day, before you've had a coffee and a satisfying bowel movement.
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A Brilliant Hybrid -- a hilarious -- believe me -- opera-hockey movie
23 March 2007 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

This wonderful comedy deserves to be widely viewed; very funny, and one of the few films ever to film hockey the way those who love it really experience it. Few films have ever better represented upper Canadian humour. Riley and Coltrane have a wonderful chemistry, and the one-liners are side-splitting. Kenneth Walsh as the putatively dying coach is classic. Contrary to the LES BOYS films, this movie actually captures the look and feel of beer-league hockey. It also deals very funnily with the stress of working on the line (in this case at a beer-bottling plant), of the difficulty of dealing with assembly line production that just keeps on coming. I would recommend this film to anyone!

TB


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