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Out to Sea (Bilingual)


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  • Actors: Jack Lemmon, Walter Matthau, Dyan Cannon, Gloria DeHaven, Brent Spiner
  • Directors: Martha Coolidge
  • Writers: Robert Nelson Jacobs
  • Producers: Barry M. Berg, David T. Friendly, Dylan Sellers, John Davis, Sarah Grossman
  • Format: Color, DVD-Video, Full Screen, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: Japanese, English, Spanish
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: PG-13
  • Studio: 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment
  • Release Date: June 1 2004
  • Run Time: 106 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00020HAXI
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #11,192 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

Product Description

Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau, the big screen's original "odd couple," star in this riotously funny high-seas adventure. In search of lonely ladies with big bank accounts, happy-go-lucky Charlie (Matthau) cons his cranky, widower brother-in-law Herb (Lemmon) into joining him on an all-expenses-paid, luxury cruise. But their "deluxe accommodations" are deep in the bowels of the ship, and Charlie has signed them on as dance hosts! Under the tyranny of crooning cruise director Gil Godwyn (Brent Spiner), Charlie and Herb are in for rough weather as they romance the luscious Liz (Dyan Cannon) and the lovely Vivian (Gloria De Haven).

Customer Reviews

3.9 out of 5 stars

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Pauline Botting on May 20 2004
Format: DVD
I saw this movie while on vaction in New York. It was really brilliant to see. Everyone involved in the movie gave great performances. One of the best performances came from Brent Spiner as the cruise director from hell Gil Godwyn complete with English accent and everything. If you have only seen Spiner as Data in Star Trek then you are in for a nice surprise.
It is nice to see a movie though, that does not rely on big budget SFX. Nice to see actors acting for a change.
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By A Customer on May 22 1999
Format: VHS Tape
A definite change from the Grumpy series and the ODd Couple. Jack and Walter are great as brother-in-laws who are dance hosts on a luxury liner. Actually Walter tricks his brother-in-law on the ship as an anniversay present(Jack is still in love with his deceased wife and prepares a dinner for them complete with her picture on the table) but he really wants to meet a rich woman and negelects to tell Jack that they are signed on as dance hosts or risk having to pay for the entire trip if they screw up. Light and funny especially when Walter competes with European businessman Cullen Carswell, naturally played by Edward Mulhare. They compete for the attention of Dyan Cannon, who is really trying to find a rich man herself. A great movie and great cast! Highlights include: The scene where Walter steals Dyan away from Mulhare by pretending to be an operator with an important call, THe "Hustle" dance scene where Donald O'connor shows that he's still go it and the Rhumba scene complete with a dashing Edward Mulhare dancing with Dyan Cannon.
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QUESTION: What happens when Grumpy Old Men meet The Love Boat? ANSWER: You get, Out To Sea! They're at it again, Lemmon and Matthau, creating that one of a kind "odd couple chemistry" that made them such a famous comedic duo in the first place! This time,they are posing as "dance hosts" aboard a luxury cruise liner. There's a few problems, though. First of all, Charley, (played by Walter Matthau), is REALLY in search of a babe with a big bank account, and Herb, (played by Jack Lemmon), does NOT know how to dance! although there are moments of extreme silliness, all in all, I thought this movie was a riot; packed full of funny, laugh-out-loud moments! In addition,Brent Spiner is an absolute scream as the sadistic cruise director! There are many other "big" names aboard the ship, also, and they all come together on the high seas to create a very entertaining film! A "MUST" for all Matthau and Lemmon fans!
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Walter Matthau and Jack Lemmon once again team up for this awsome comdey. This time around Matthau plays Charlie a gambler who decides to take his friend/brother in law on cruise to hide from a bookie to whom he owes money and to meet women. Lemmon plays Charlies friend Herb. But there is one problem, to get passage free, Charlie signed the two up as dance hosts on the cruise. Once on the cruise they meet the tight ass cruise director Gil Godwyn who is always out through the whole movie to get the two in trouble. Lots of great fun, and comedy! And even a little romance. Its great! Definletly see if you are a fan of the two. Its very funny and worothy to watch over and over. Great performances by the two, and Golden Girl's Rue McClanhan. A MUST SEE. Followed by the duos last film, The Odd Couple 2. Rated PG-13 for language.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on Sept. 6 1999
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I thought that this movie was absolutely hilarious and I couldnt stop laughing the whole way through. The two leading men of comedy come together and make magic. Rue McClanahan was also very good. You dont see her that often anymore and I was shocked to see her here.
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. . .and a hideously weak plot.
My wife and I are both fans of Jack Lemmon and Walter Mathau. Together, they have produced some hysterical films, most notably "Grumpy Old Men". This film, I'm sad to say, is merely a shadow of what it could have been.
The basic plot -- an elderly (yet charming) con-man tricks his recently widowed brother-in-law into taking a cruise. Enormous humor could have been derived from this basic premise -- but unfortunately, enormous humor was NOT the result. The plot was shallow and predictable, and the humor muted. While there were a few points at which I laughed, it is certainly not the comedy classic "Grumpy Old Men" was.
I can't imagine ever caring to see this film again.
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Yep it is the grumpy duo (Walter Matthau and Jack Lemmon) at it again only this time they are "Out to Sea."

Herb Sullivan (Lemmon) widower, is reminiscing his wedding anniversary. He seemed a little down. Therefore, his good friend Charlie (Matthau), yeah sure, invites him on a FREE cruse to cheer him up. Now I am not saying that Charlie has something up his sleeve but is cosigning up to Liz (Dyan Cannon); she appears to be a wealthy and attractive co-passenger. Soon Herb finds out what FREE really means.

The story is not as important as the one-liners and some good acting from quite a few veteran actors that can really put on a song and dance performance.
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I don't really want to repeat what other reviewers have already stated. For a Walter Matthau and Jack Lemmon pairing, I thought this movie was somewhat average. Nothing great. Seeing some of the older stars who haven't appeared in recent movies was a nice addition. I would still recommend their older movies over this one.
However, Gil Godwyn was the one nice touch to the movie. Seeing Brent Spiner (Lt. Commander Data on Star Trek: The Next Generation) in this type of role was wonderful. My parents hated the movie but felt Spiner stole the show. I love to see performers play different types of roles, and I feel Spiner excelled here.
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