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Psych: The Movie (2017)

The old gang comes together during the holidays after a mystery assailant targets one of their own.


Steve Franks


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Cast overview, first billed only:
James Roday Rodriguez ... Shawn Spencer (as James Roday)
Dulé Hill ... Burton Guster
Timothy Omundson ... Carlton Lassiter
Maggie Lawson ... Juliet O'Hara
Kirsten Nelson ... Karen Vick
Corbin Bernsen ... Henry Spencer
Zachary Levi ... Thin White Duke
Kurt Fuller ... Coroner Woody Strode
Jimmi Simpson ... Mary Lightly
Robert LaSardo ... El Proveedor
Jazmyn Simon ... Selene
Ralph Macchio ... Nick Conforth
Emma Tremblay ... Iris Vick
Sam Huntington ... Sam Sloan
Julianna Guill ... Dr. Butterfly McMillan


The old gang comes together during the holidays after a mystery assailant targets one of their own.

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Comedy | Crime | Mystery


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The Pony in a Onesie character was voiced by S.E. Hinton, the author of The Outsiders, Rumble Fish and Tex, 3 classic 80s movies. See more »


The police personnel files for Juliet and Sam are mistakenly labeled as both being file number 02119 as well as listing the same home phone number (415-555-0172) for both of them despite them not living together. See more »


Burton Guster: Dude, I gotta say, this restoration is coming along great. If I'm looking on the bright side, it's nice we get a sneak preview.
Shawn Spencer: You're talking about the bright side of dying in Alcatraz.
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References The Cosby Show (1984) See more »


Deck the Halls
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Patchy although does more or less enough for the easy-going fan
26 December 2017 | by bob the mooSee all my reviews

Eight seasons and a movie, as the saying almost goes. Psych returns with a holiday special which I was looking forward to, being a fan of the show for how well it does what it does. It is mostly a welcome return, although it is affected by the pressure to be an event, and also a bit of a lack of confidence in its own fundamentals. As a result the movie is really very busy at times - too many tick box characters showing up to not do enough. It is nice to see so many of the cast back, but at the same time there is a lot of shoe-horning in there and maybe it would have worked better if it had been more focused and kept supporting characters' time down.

The plot itself isn't great, but it provides a decent enough frame for the duo to be themselves. Mostly this is enough, although it doesn't quite have the spark and freshness that it once did - again a feeling added to by weight and baggage of the characters. There are some nice laughs and enjoyable sections, certainly enough for fans who are just happy for new material - but it is far from classic Psych and it does make it feel like it needed a tighter hand to make it happen the way it needed to. The cast are all on reasonable form - although Roday and Hill don't quite gel as they have in the past, and the rest of the cast feel too present but without enough material - Fuller has a high hit rate though, but Bernsen didn't need to be there, and Omundson is hard to watch even though it is a nice gesture by the film.

All told it is a so-so movie, which is patchy but offers enough to justify fans watching. If they do another I will be there for that, but will be hoping that it can be a better product than this.

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7 December 2017 (USA) See more »

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