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All's Fair (1989)

PG-13 | | Comedy | 3 February 1989 (USA)
To relax, a group of stressed-out executives go to the country for a weekend to play war games.

Director:

Rocky Lang

Writers:

John P. Finnegan (story) (as John Finegan), Watt Tyler (story) | 4 more credits »
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Credited cast:
George Segal ... Colonel
Sally Kellerman ... Florence
Robert Carradine ... Mark
Jennifer Edwards ... Ann
Jane Kaczmarek ... Linda
John Kapelos ... Eddie
Lou Ferrigno ... Klaus
Steve Tyler ... Norman
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Casey Alderman Casey Alderman ... Secretary #1
Arnold Barry Arnold Barry ... Lawyer
Zachary Benjamin Zachary Benjamin ... Joey
Ralph Bruneau Ralph Bruneau ... Warren
Lisa Burnett Lisa Burnett ... Yuppie
Paul Clemens ... New Executive
Vance Colvig Jr. Vance Colvig Jr. ... Old Man (as Vance Colvig)
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To relax, a group of stressed-out executives go to the country for a weekend to play war games.

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Comedy

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Fair Comedy
22 November 2020 | by blurniegheySee all my reviews

As I write this, there is only one other review for this movie. What's up with that? Is this some sort of rare flick that nobody watched or is it that nobody wants to watch it? Anyways, it's not that bad and this is coming from a guy with a pretty low threshold of tolerance for movies like this. It utilizes the "battle of the sexes" shtick in a way that I associate with movies from the 1940's and 1950's more than I would with the 1980's and beyond and, as such, I tend to say it is a movie that would never get made in this day and age. The guys are insensitive and oblivious but mean well; the women want more respect and justly so. The movie isn't mean-spirited or "feminist" and at the end of the flick both parties recognize how they both complement each other despite their differences and march happily off into the sunset, vowing to try to do better towards each other. There are a couple laughs in it and it's watchable for someone who grew up in the 70's and 80's, not that I'll be watching it again any time soon. Got my $0.50 worth of entertainment out of it.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

3 February 1989 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Skirmish See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

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Midwood Productions See more »
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Stereo

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Color
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