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Scotland, PA
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Scotland, PA 2001

From Amazon: Think of Scotland, PA. as truck-stop Shakespeare, Macbeth given a drive-through makeover as the deadliest of deadpan comedies. Writer-director Billy Morrissette got this wacky idea from an early job at Dairy Queen. He makes the most of that bad memory by casting his own wife (ER's Maura Tierney) and indie stalwart James LeGros as Pat and Mac McBeth, a married pair of Pennsylvanian schemers, circa 1973, who plot to escape their thankless jobs at Duncan's burger joint. They dispatch Duncan in a sizzling accident (you want fries with that corpse?) and inherit the diner from Duncan's stoner son (who's also a suspect), hoping...

Directed By:
No image existsBilly Morrissette
Written By:
No image existsBilly Morrissette
No image existsMaura Tierney
James LeGrosJames LeGros
Christopher WalkenChristopher Walken
Kevin CorriganKevin Corrigan
No image existsJames Rebhorn
No image existsTom Guiry
Amy SmartAmy Smart
Andy DickAndy Dick
No image existsJosh Pais
No image existsGeoff Dunsworth

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Scotland, PA Movie Review by haley (6/21/2007)

he would be proud of this ingenious film adaptation of MacBeth...

I admit, i hate modernizations of Shakespeare plays as much as i hate bad covers of classic songs... but this film really does it right!

First of all, while MacBeth deals with the control of kingdoms, in this version the audience is watching the overthrow...

(complete Scotland, PA review by haley)

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