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Relative Strangers
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Directed By
Greg Glienna

Written By:
Greg Glienna, Peter Stass

Danny DeVito, Kathy Bates, Ron Livingston, Neve Campbell, Beverly D'Angelo, Bob Odenkirk, Edward Herrmann, Christine Baranski, Martin Mull, Michael McKean, M.C. Gainey, Ed Begley Jr., Debbi Morgan, Christa Campbell, Pete Schwaba, Star Jones

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Relative Strangers (2006)
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Movie Review by Movie Addict
October 17th, 2007

Hi, how the hell are ya?

I was looking for a Christa Campbell fix until I could watch her next movie. I wore out last month's Playboy and Scars hasn't arrived. I noticed her in this little comedy and said, what the heck! Unfortunately, I waited about 75 minutes before she appeared for about 60 seconds, not saying a word. Oh, well, the wait was worth it and there was a pretty funny comedy in the meantime.

I have to say that Neve Campbell really surprised me in this film. She was really good. She made me forget all about those Scream and Wild Things.

Ron Livingston was great as the psychologist who finds out that his real parents are carny folk as opposed to the snobs that raised him. Danny DeVito and Kathy bates were hilarious as the parents. I always like Christine Baranski, and she didn't disappoint with her nose high in the air.

Lots of laughs, and you can guess the ending.

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