The sequel to this movie–which I watched first–was full of zany humor, and I assumed this would be the same. However, it was much less zany funny and more desperate funny, which I found enjoyable in a chuckling sort of way. I haven’t seen Adam Goldberg in years* and spent a lot of time contemplating why, as an actor, he would get all those tattoos.
Cost: free from library
Where watched: at home
*I heard he has a new TV show this fall?
poster from: http://www.impawards.com/2007/two_days_in_paris.html
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I love Adam Goldberg! If IMDB is to be believed, he was on a TV show last fall (2012) that doesn't seem to have panned out. Looks like he's got two TV movies & a regular movie in the works for the near future though.