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Another Stakeout [Blu-ray]


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  • Actors: Richard Dreyfuss, Emilio Estevez, Rosie O'Donnell
  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region A/1
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: PG-13
  • Studio: eOne Films
  • Release Date: May 24 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004RA7XZ4
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #17,844 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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Studio: Digital1stop Release Date: 05/10/2011 Run time: 89 minutes Rating: R

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By John on Jan. 29 2004
Format: DVD
"That's it, nobody calls me Ed McMahon!"
- Emilio Estevez saying the funniest line from a rather dry sequel
"Another Stakeout" was six years in the waiting. After the first film, "Stakeout," made a huge splash at the box office in 1987 (the same year another cop-buddy film came out--can you guess which one?), everyone anticipated an unnecessary--but perhaps funny--sequel that would inevitably result after box office earnings were tallied up by film executives in an office somewhere.
Alas, the six years passed, and we got...this mess?
Richard Dreyfuss and Emilio Estevez reprise their roles as stakeout cops who get paired with a new partner in this watered-down sequel. The new partner is played by Rosie O'Donnell, who is so startlingly unfunny in this it almost makes you involuntarily switch off the television as soon as you see her chubby face smiling at you.
The story starts with a bang--literally--as a trial witness being protected by the CIA is unsuccessfully assassinated--and by that I mean: They die, she lives. What a surprise. (This is the type of scene where the villain is able to blow up a house but the witness just happens to be taking a stroll outside as it happens--or something like that--preventing her from dying along with the other agents who were previously protecting her. This type of thing was spoofed greatly in the truly underrated "Last Action Hero." It's not a joke in "Another Stakeout.")

Unfortunately for the United States, the trial witness never returns--she runs away and doesn't let anyone know where she is.
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This film is almost a carbon copy of the first Stakeout, with Dreyfus and Estevez excelling both in their comedy and dramatic playing. Madelaine Stowe (Dreyfus's eventual girlfriend from Stakeout)is missing here except for a small cameo, but Rosie O'Donnell more than makes up for it as District Attorney Gina who is thrown in at the deep end with these two crazy guys. Initially this disrupts the smooth working of their partnership, but eventually she is accepted and becomes one of the team.
The quality control is high as director John Badham and writer Jim Kouf from the original movie return to the fray with their original stars.
This movie has a simple plot, but the charming characters, witty script, and well-directed action sequences make it an enjoyable way to spend one and three-quarter hours.
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This film is almost a carbon copy of the first Stakeout, with Dreyfus and Estevez excelling both in their comedy and dramatic playing. Madelaine Stowe (Dreyfus's eventual girlfriend from Stakeout)is missing here except for a small cameo, but Rosie O'Donnell more than makes up for it as District Attorney Gina who is thrown in at the deep end with these two crazy guys. Initially this disrupts the smooth working of their partnership, but eventually she is accepted and becomes one of the team.
The quality control is high as director John Badham and writer Jim Kouf from the original movie return to the fray with their original stars.
This movie has a simple plot, but the charming characters, witty script, and well-directed action sequences make it an enjoyable way to spend one and three-quarter hours.
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This film is almost a carbon copy of the first Stakeout, with Dreyfus and Estevez excelling both in their comedy and dramatic playing. Madelaine Stowe (Dreyfus's eventual girlfriend from Stakeout)is missing here except for a small cameo, but Rosie O'Donnell more than makes up for it as District Attorney Gina who is thrown in at the deep end with these two crazy guys. Initially this disrupts the smooth working of their partnership, but eventually she is accepted and becomes one of the team.
The quality control is high as director John Badham and writer Jim Kouf from the original movie return to the fray with their original stars.
This movie has a simple plot, but the charming characters, witty script, and well-directed action sequences make it an enjoyable way to spend one and three-quarter hours.
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When a Dangerous Hitman (Miguel Ferrer) has been sign to kill a Woman (Cathy Moriarty) is a murder witness to the mob. Then she escapes from the Hitman. Two inept Seattle Cops (Oscar-Winner:Richard Dreyfuss & Emilio Estevez) has been sign to look for the woman from her best friends (Dennis Farina & Marcia Strassman) at outside thier place but they are not alone, when they are teamed with assistant district attorney (Played with Penache by Rosie O` Donnell).
Directed by John Badham (Stakeout, Saturday Night Live, Short Circuit) made This film. Which is a fine Sequel, it wasn`t a hit like the first film. Still, Dreyfuss and Estevez are in this one, like the Original. This Sequel has funnier situation than the Original. Great fun. Panavision. Grade:A-.
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Format: DVD
ANOTHER STAKEOUT demonstrates the worst kind of Hollywood pandering: "Aw, come on! You liked the first one! Why not see the second?"
Thank goodness no one's come up with the ideas ONE MORE STAKEOUT, STILL STAKING OUT, or HOW ABOUT THIS FOR A STAKEOUT?
Richard Dreyfuss and Emilio Estevez shared some buddy screen magic (not much, but some) in the first visit, but this time around it's complete Dullsville. Emilio's mustache has never looked more glued on, and the make-up job was possibly an inside allegory for this thin plot that doesn't stretch the bounds of creativity set forth by the first installment.
You'll be more entertained signing the house up for a second mortgage.
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