Undercover Blues

1993

Action / Comedy / Crime

5
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 33%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 66%
IMDb Rating 6 10 6728

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Director

Cast

Stanley Tucci as Muerte
Dennis Quaid as Jeff Blue
Kathleen Turner as Jane Blue
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664.4 MB
1280*694
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PG-13
23.976 fps
1hr 30 min
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PG-13
23.976 fps
1hr 30 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by moonspinner55 3 / 10

Manufactured spryness

Retired spy team, a loving married couple on leave with their newborn baby in the French Quarter, are lured back into the business with a top-secret assignment involving plastic explosives (so dangerous "the military won't even touch 'em!"). Unexciting, unfunny updating of "The Thin Man" and its ilk, a comedic crime-caper so hammy that almost every character--the villains in particular--become human cartoons. Dennis Quaid dispatches with two street thugs while holding his infant, but this kind of outlandish humor looks really out of place in a modern-day scenario. New Orleans has been made-over into some kind of fantasy free-for-all, one where anyone can crash a party or play games with the local law (made to look like incompetent boobs). Kathleen Turner, despite having to haul her kid around like a pet, gets by with her smoky register and guttural laugh, and she makes Dennis Quaid look like a wet upstart by comparison. Unsuccessful at the box-office, espionage comedies being out of fashion. *1/2 from ****

Reviewed by abaker-71419 3 / 10

undercover blues ( Bag Lady)

OK, watch this movie more than twenty times and enjoy each time I watch it. But I notice the bag lady shown in three different area of N.O. during the shooting of the film. What is her part? Every time they show her I get loss. Do any one know what is it that she suppose to be or do? OK, watch this movie more than twenty times and enjoy each time I watch it. But I notice the bag lady shown in three different area of N.O. during the shooting of the film. What is her part? Every time they show her I get loss. Do any one know what is it that she suppose to be or do? OK, watch this movie more than twenty times and enjoy each time I watch it. But I notice the bag lady shown in three different area of N.O. during the shooting of the film. What is her part? Every time they show her I get loss. Do any one know what is it that she suppose to be or do? OK, watch this movie more than twenty times and enjoy each time I watch it. But I notice the bag lady shown in three different area of N.O. during the shooting of the film. What is her part? Every time they show her I get loss. Do any one know what is it that she suppose to be or do?

Reviewed by SimonJack 6 / 10

The hit man saves this film from flopping

Kathleen Turner and Dennis Quaid are OK as Jane and Jeff Blue in "Undercover Blues." But that's not saying much for a comedy. Their fight scenes and other antics invoke a smile, but the humor soon wears off with these repeated incidents. The film would fast fade into boredom but for one thing. It's not hard to notice that Stanley Tucci's character, Muerte, is what keeps this comedy caper going after the first 10 minutes. His is a very funny role that provides most of the laughter. And Tucci plays it to the hilt. Muerte delivers on his contracts – even if it takes years. The hit man is the only thing that keeps this film from being a flop.

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