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I'm Your Man (1992)

Leslie must deliver evidence of Richard's illegal money siphoning scam to the FBI. She's to meet with an FBI contact at a trendy party, but mistakes a loser named Jack for him.

Director:

Bob Bejan

Writers:

Bob Bejan (conceived by), Bob Bejan (screenplay) | 4 more credits »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
A. Whitney Brown ... Prof. Bob
Mark Metcalf ... Richard Hewitt
Colleen Quinn Colleen Quinn ... Leslie Campbell
Kevin Seal ... Jack Beaner (as Kevin M. Seal)
Smerelda Abl Smerelda Abl ... Party Attendee
Beau Allen ... Press Person
Dana Beck Dana Beck ... Party Attendee
Bonnie Bejan Bonnie Bejan ... Press Person
Joan Boyd Joan Boyd ... Party Attendee
Susan Bruce Susan Bruce ... Press Person
Phil Castle Phil Castle ... Security Man
Joe Carter Joe Carter ... Party Attendee
Jennifer Dloko Jennifer Dloko ... Party Attendee
Kevin Clayborn Kevin Clayborn ... Party Attendee
Sabrina Culver ... Party Attendee
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Storyline

Leslie has evidence that proves Richard has been siphening money from an important project, and must deliver it to an FBI agent waiting for her at a trendy late-night party. Richard knows about her plans, however, and is waiting for her at the party. And Leslie mistakes Jack, a man dressed completely wrong for the party, for the FBI agent. Since the movie is interactive, you choose with whom to go to the party, and the characters will frequently turn to the camera, asking what they should do next. Written by Ivanhoe

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Genres:

Comedy | Crime

Certificate:

PG
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

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Budget:

$200,000 (estimated)
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Color:

Color
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I'm Your Man delivers a new way to watch movies.
8 October 1998 | by IvanhoeSee all my reviews

Though the plot is paper-thin and extremely clichéed, I'm Your Man is entertaining and oddly addictive. Having the power to choose what happens next in a movie is a thrilling experience, and the actors play along like you're both in on an inside joke. The DVD version is ideal for parties, since everyone can have their turn in the editor's seat. Though there's a lot that can be improved upon as far as inter-active movies go, I'm Your Man is certainly a good place to start.


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