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The Basement and the Kitchen (1999)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Thriller | 2 June 1999 (USA)
Lloyd is the most paranoid guy you could ever meet. Convinced that his mother is "some woman" playing the part and that his psychiatrist is working for "them," he only trusts his friend ... See full summary »

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... Traci
Ric Barbera
Luiggi Debiasse
Terence Paul Winter ... Gordon (as Terence Winter)
... Jacob Jansen
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Hugh Adair
... FBI Agent
... Lloyd
... Butch Biggins
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Lloyd is the most paranoid guy you could ever meet. Convinced that his mother is "some woman" playing the part and that his psychiatrist is working for "them," he only trusts his friend Traci. But when she insists that he go outside to celebrate his birthday, he's not sure whether he can really trust her either.

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One room full of questions. One room full of secrets.

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Comedy | Thriller

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Angels and Aliens: The Basement and the Kitchen  »

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Paranoia has never been funnier!
5 June 1999 | by See all my reviews

Lloyd is the most paranoid guy you could ever meet. Convinced that his mother is "some woman" playing the part and that his psychiatrist is working for "them," he only trusts his friend Traci. But when she insists that he go outside to celebrate his birthday, he's not sure whether he can really trust her either.

This is a finely crafted, fast-paced screwball comedy filled with offbeat characters, concealed identities, mystery, outrageous situations, witty dialogue and lots of humor. You'll need to see this film twice because you'll be laughing so hard you'll miss half the dialogue.

One of the most delightful and original films I've seen in the last 10 years.


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