A Fish Called Wanda

Production year: 1988

Comedy R   Running time: 1:48

IMDB rating:   7.6     Aspect: Wide;  Languages: English, French, Spanish;  Subtitles: English, French, Spanish;  Audio: DD 5.1

Kevin Kline took home an Oscar for his performance as a self-absorbed lothario who prepares for lovemaking by drinking in his own "manly" musk, but it would be hard to single him out as the best thing about the film. The fact is, the entire cast of this hilarious comedy is perfect: John Cleese as the conservative barrister defending a member of sexy Jamie Lee Curtis's gang, Ms. Curtis as the conniving crook out to grab the haul for herself, and Michael Palin as the stuttering, animal-loving hit man whose attempts to murder a little old lady only decrease the size of her poodle pack. Cleese cowrote the zingy script with British comedy veteran Charles Crichton (The Lavender Hill Mob), whose smooth direction balances Monty Python farce, hysterically tasteless gags, and an unexpectedly romantic subplot with style and confidence.



Audio commentary
Trailers/TV spots

Special features

Audio Commentary by John Cleese
Something Fishy Documentary
John Cleese's First Farewell Performance Featurette
The Key To Wanda's Heart
John Cleese's Thoughts On The U.S.A.
A Message From John Cleese
A Fish Called Wanda