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All of Me

All of Me

Carl Reiner (1984)

87min
15 Certificate
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Review

Our Score
A promising idea and a dynamic performance from Steve Martin aren't enough to distract from this film's paucity of genuinely funny moments and a lazy overreliance on half-baked resolutions. As the lawyer whose body is taken over by the soul of deceased millionairess Lily Tomlin, Martin has never been so effective, combining his trademark exasperation with some amazingly energetic slapstick. Tomlin makes the most of appearing almost exclusively in reflection and Richard Libertini is hilarious as a quack swami. But Victoria Tennant hams shamelessly, while director Carl Reiner (a regular Martin collaborator) cracks almost every gag with a mallet. Pity.

Summary

A struggling lawyer is made executor of the will of a headstrong, terminally ill millionairess who plans to have her soul transferred into another woman's body when she dies. The attorney takes an instant dislike to his spoiled client - only to end up sharing his body with her when the process goes wrong. Comedy, starring Steve Martin, Lily Tomlin and Victoria Tennant.

Cast & Crew

Roger Cobb Steve Martin
Edwina Cutwater Lily Tomlin
Terry Hoskins Victoria Tennant
Peggy Schuyler Madolyn Smith
Prahka Lasa Richard Libertini
Burton Schuyler Dana Elcar
Tyrone Wattell Jason Bernard
Margo Selma Diamond
Fred Hoskins Eric Christmas
Fulton Norris Gailard Sartain
Gretchen Neva Patterson
Mr Mifflin Michael Ensign
Dr Betty Ahrens Peggy Feury
Divorce Lawyer Nan Martin
Court Clerk Basil Hoffman
Grayson Hedley Mattingly
Judge Harvey Vernon
Director Carl Reiner
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Other Information

Language: English Colour Theatrical distributor: Paramount Film Service Ltd Guidance: Contains some swearing. Available on: Available on video and DVD

Comedy

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