Las Vegas Film Society

One Night at McCool's

Violence, language, sexuality
Directed by: Harald Zwart
Written by: Stan Seidel
Starring: Liv Tyler, Matt Dillon, John Goodman
Paul Reiser, Michael Douglas

Liv Tyler plays a sexy and seductive young woman, who uses three men, to get what she wants, and to own her very own house. This movie is a dark comedy, with minimal laughs, but is still entertaining, and better than the recent crap that's been out.

Fans of Andrew 'Dice' Clay will be surprised to know, that he is credited under his real name, Andrew Silverstein. He plays two roles, one of which is a Xerox copy of Michael Douglas in "Falling Down".

The movie started out pretty slow, put worked its way up to be being funny. Basically the end was the best part of the movie, and actually wanted more. While this movie was entertaining for the most part, I was a little disappointed because I was expecting more laughs, or more funny situations. But I did like how each of the three men were telling their own version of the story.

Liv Tyler is VERY HOT, especially her washing a car. Paul Reiser is also very funny, as you normally don't see him play this sort of character.

In closing- I recommend this movie, because its is funny and enjoyable, and well worth it just to see Liv Tyler was a car. But some people might be a little disappointed at the start, and the lack of laughs.

-John Steffens

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