Walter Matthau and Ossie Davis star in this charming tale as a pair of irascible old men who spend their time reminiscing about the old days.
Eighty-one-year-old Nat Moyer (Walter Matthau) is a compulsive and fanciful talker, a feisty philosopher, and a troublemaker given to assuming personalities. His daily companion on a bench in New York's Central Park is Midge Carter (Ossie Davis), a half-blind apartment superintendent. Midge's approach to life is realistic and down-to-earth, making him the perfect foil for Nat. With vaudevillian flair, these appealing oldsters outrageously take on the world and its multiple threats - drug dealers and muggers, enlightened children, forced retirement, and the specter of the old folk's home. Also features Amy Irving, Craig T. Nelson and Martha Plimpton.
Two lively old-timers take on the modern world and its threats, which include forced retirement and senior citizens homes in this hilarious and charming story.
In this screen adaptation of the award-winning play by Herb Gardner, Nat Moyer and Midge Carter are two elderly men who sit on the same park bench each afternoon and have developed a relationship based on playful verbal sparring.
An 81-year-old irresistible old-timer and an 81-year-old feisty philosopher take on the world and its multiple threats.
In the tradition of Spinal Tap comes this hilarious, critically acclaimed "mockumentary" about low-budget movie making.
An irreverent, dry and hilarious "mockumentary" about a fictitious filmmaker who goes from directing "Naked Ninjas" to helming a gigantic biblical epic, believing his artistic vision is what got him there. A "Spinal Tap"-like take on the Hollywood machine.
In this incisive mockumentary about the world of low-budget filmmaking, a B-grade director tries to bring a sprawling biblical epic to the big screen.
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