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Genres: Comedy , Adventure , Family
Actors: Jason Alexander , Faye Dunaway , Eric Lloyd , Rupert Everett , Graham Sack , Paul Reubens , Glenn Shadix , Nathan Davis , Jennifer Bassey , Judith Scott , Bruce Beatty , Danny Comden , Steven Gilborn , Lois De Banzie , Natalie Core
Director: Ken Kwapis
Country: United States
Year: 1995
IMDB Rating: 4.8/10 (6552 votes)

Robert’s a beleaguered concierge of the luxury hotel owned by Mrs. Dubrow. She tells Robert an undercover reviewer is coming and to look sharp. If he does well he might get a promotion and some time off to take his sons, Brian and Kyle, on vacation. But then the villainous jewel-thief Rutledge checks in with his specially trained orangutan, Dunston. And when Dunston gets loose and tries to escape a life of crime with the help of Brian and Kyle, things go just a little lunatic.

Film Review

I have seen this movie it was a great movie. Sam as Dunston the orangutan was very cute. Jason Alexander as Robert Grant was very good at this film. Eric Loyd as Kyle Grant was very nice in this film. Paul Rebuns (pee wee) as Buck LaFarge was funny. Faye Dunaway as Mrs, Dubrow was very beautiful. Whats sad that Dunston has a piece of glass on his hand. Dunston was scared about his hand. Whats terrible that Dunston does not have Samson anymore. Jennifer Bassey as Mrs. Dellacroce was very nice. Glenn Shadix as Lionel Spalding is funny. Rupert Everett as Lord Rutledge was very interesting That movie is funny, cute, and great you will like this movie so does Dunston the orangutan.

When I tell people this is one of my favorite movies, they look at me as though I’m nuts. Okay, Citizen Kane it ain’t, but even after repeat viewings I still laugh out loud. Pure escapism; who hasn’t wanted to have an entire luxury hotel as a private playground? The "villains" are larger than life (terribly polite Rupert Everett as the monkey-abusing jewel thief, plus Faye Dunaway all but waving a wire hanger as the ultimate Evil Boss), the kids are cute without being gooey, and Jason Alexander does a good job as the hotel manager, playing it straight but enjoying the ride (the long climactic scene, with a mano-a-mano fight in the hotel kitchen, is the closest thing to a live cartoon). Hiss as mean Lord Rutledge threatens the monkey! Cheer as the fat guy falls on top of a frosting-smeared Dunaway! Laugh as the crazy red ape dresses up in lingerie and blows kisses at himself!

This film is certainly not Oscar material – far from it and I am sure that was not the producers intention. However, judging from the small number of votes cast an comments made for this film it seems like it has not been widely seen. It is an excellent family film with enough slapstick to keep the children happy but plenty for adults too. I have seen a lot worse comedies that have been hailed as masterpieces. All the performances are excellent and as usual Rupert Everett dominates every scene he is in.


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