Pee Wee, un adulte qui ressemble à un enfant, s'apprête à passer une belle journée avec l'amour de sa vie: sa bicyclette. Mais cet objet vient d'être volé par le méchant Francis. Pee Wee part à la recherche de son amour perdu et nous entraîne dans des aventures de plus en plus burlesques.
Former animator Tim Burton (Beetlejuice, Edward Scissorhands, Ed Wood, Batman, Mars Attacks!) made his feature directorial debut with this delightful comedy, coscripted by the late Phil Hartman (who also appears briefly as a reporter). Wisely, they keep the story simple so as to concentrate on the characters: Pee-wee's most prized possession, his shiny new bicycle, is stolen, and he sets off on an obsessive cross-country journey, determined to recover it. Pee-wee's awkward and childish attempts to be cool and mature ("I meant to do that!!") are hysterical, as when he tells his girlfriend (Elizabeth Daly): "There's things about me you don't know, Dottie. Things you wouldn't understand. Things you couldn't understand. Things you shouldn't understand.... I'm a loner, Dottie. A rebel." Look for Saturday Night Live vet Jan Hooks in a hilarious bit as a tour guide at the Alamo. And beware of Large Marge! --Jim Emerson --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Fantastic Movie, Great Purchase, Fast Delivery, Always A Positive Experience Thank You!Published 7 months ago by Chris
classic, I love this from years ago and still makes me laugh out loud today.Published 8 months ago by andrew ashworth