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Houseguest

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Upon meeting Gary Young, a young successful lawyer, who waits for his old friend whom he does not meet 25 years ago, Kevin Franklin, a young intelligent fast talking man, who owes about 50,000 dollars for a mob, who chases him with his tough man, manages to survive from the dangerous mob, as he impersonates Young's old friend personality.
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Austin Chronicle
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January 01, 2000

A film that lacks solid construction from the ground up, something that can't be "fixed in the editing," I'm afraid.
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TheWorldJournal.com

May 27, 2003

Tedious and unfocused...the contrivance in this forgettable comedy is inexplicably unbearable
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ReelViews
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January 01, 2000

Plot-wise, there's little here beyond a few insubstantial strands.
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San Francisco Chronicle

January 01, 2000

In its worst moments, Houseguest becomes a struggle in which a very human comedian fights to project his personality over the director's technological muddle. But the good news is that Sinbad wins.
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Mountain Xpress (Asheville, NC)

August 14, 2003

Who decided Sinbad needed to star in a movie and what should we do to them when we find out?
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New York Times

May 20, 2003

Turns out to be an inane fish-out-of-water comedy. Along the way it turns into a virtual McDonald's commercial, too. The fact that you can hardly tell the difference is a good clue to the movie's bad-television flavor.
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Kalamazoo Gazette

July 29, 2002

here's that eviction notice
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TV Guide
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August 12, 2009

Comedy at its most formulaic.
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Deseret News, Salt Lake City
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January 01, 2000

Like the housepest of the title, Sinbad's character here is more annoying than amusing and before the film is over you may just wish he'd go away.
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Los Angeles Times
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February 13, 2001

As good-natured as its big, beefy star, comedian Sinbad.
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Video-Reviewmaster.com

July 13, 2005

Waste of Phil Hartman and Sinbad
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