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Just Visiting - BD [Blu-ray]

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  • Actors: Jean Reno, Christina Applegate, Christian Clavier
  • Directors: Jean-Marie Poiré
  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: PG-13
  • Studio: Mill Creek Entertainment
  • Release Date: March 15 2016
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 30 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B019PHHVPU
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #9,537 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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They're Not Just From Another Time, They're From France - It's 12th century France and Count Thibault of Malfete (Jean Reno, The Da Vinci Code) finds his beautiful bride-to-be (Christina Applegate, Anchorman) done in by malevolent magic. So he and his loyal servant Andre (Christian Clavier, Les Visiteurs) request the help of a local wizard to right the wrong and bring his beloved back. But the wizardry goes awry and the pair is transported to 21st century Chicago where they meet Thibault's descendant Julia (Applegate) and her scheming fiancé. With their timeless values of honor and courage, they wreak havoc as they foil diabolical plots in modern-day Chicago and try to find their way back home.

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While there are a couple of *s**** words in the movie, this could still be a fun family movie to watch with older kids. The acting is brilliant (my favorite character is the manservant). Very fun, very funny, I highly recommend it!
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Excellent movie, packed with loads of laughs. It is good for the whole family. We laughed so hard through a lot of the story. It is about a Duke that travels ahead in time from the 1500's to the 21 century with his servant. The reality of discovering things in the 21 century is what makes it so funny. The scene in the very elegant restaurant, with servant sitting on the floor ( he cannot sit with nobility) being thrown food from the Duke at the table was so worth the price of the movie.It is a wonderful, fun movie.
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This is a European version DVD, but plays well with my universal DVD player.
I was looking for this movie for while. I'm happy found it.
A lots of Thanks for the seller. This always was my favorite movie.
Thank you!
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This is one of our favorite movies. We are a family of four, that includes two teen-agers 14, and 16. We have not seen The Visitors, and will have to get it for sure since everyone has said it is like Monty Python, and all of us crack up on those movies.
Just Visiting is so funny that no matter how many times you watch it, you still laugh. I was surprised at how well Christina Applegate played her part. She was perfect. Jean Reno and most especially Christian Clavier are hysterical. You will laugh til you cry.
This will be a classic we will keep for years. Enjoy it!
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I haven't seen the original French version, although I expect it is probably even more hilarious. The American version, is, however, enjoyable through and through. Its tongue-in-cheek quality is refreshingly different from typical Hollywood fare. Most people who enjoy good comedies would like this movie. Every minute there is something funny happening. It appeals to young and old audiences; it appeals to men and women. You get slapstick and you get romance, all delivered with just the right touch of humor. Don't miss out on this excellent film.
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I've seen both versions and they are both pretty funny. The french version however, will most likely not appeal to an American taste. It is subtitled of course, but also strangely gory and a little Monty-Pythonish. The American version of Just Visiting has excellent special effects and humor, and Jean Reno is PRICELESS as the French nobleman. The humor is quirky and may not be for everyone, so I suggest rent. Don't miss, gauranteed for a few belly laughs.
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"Just Visiting" has some positive things about it. The special effects are original & entertaining. I particularly enjoyed when Andre the servant was transported back in time & inflated like a balloon. Malcom McDowell had a very colorful pair of boots! The witchcraft-induced fantasy sequence at the feast was imaginative. This film can capture a child's attention. Mine usually wanders off disinterested, but watched it all. Jean Reno as Count Thibault of Malfete looks very French. However, he's a bit tough to buy as a romantic lead opposite Christina Applegate. I know he was signed because he starred in the French version, but the chemistry with Christina doesn't click, proof being Julia falls for a young cute attorney at the end who does catch her eye. When Reno's transported to the future, there is no elegance of nobility. Christian Clavier's antics of sitting on the floor of LaTour eating like a dog, skewering a raw chicken on an umbrella & roasting it in the fire, washing from the toilet, for me was over-the-top & not funny. Matt Ross as the boyfriend Hunter cheats on Applegate with a beautiful blonde who writhes like a cat in heat on the tabletop. This was unbelievable and tasteless. We certainly believe when Julia breaks up with Hunter; but what did she see in him in the first place? Malcom McDowell is a fine actor who walks through the paces of this half-baked farce. The French countryside is beautiful. Why the wizard transports the count to Chicago is a total mystery. If you don't care if a movie makes sense and someone drinking out of a toilet makes you giggle, this film will find a niche. I'd prefer Kate & Leopold. TAXI!
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This movie was so funny. I hadn't had a good laugh for a while. This movie, starring Jean Reno(Godzilla, The Professional and Ronin) as the hero back at the end of 12th century, and his dopy assistant accidentally get sent into the next millenium. His dopy assistant runs into a lovely character in the future(Tara Reid) and falls in love. Finally, giving him a chance to be free. Meanwhile, Jean Reno's character finds his great, great, great, great, great grand-daughter. He thinks it's the same one he married back in the 12th century, until he realizes the wizard sent him into the future. Not as good as Back To The Future, but still funny. This is a great recommendation, I loved it, especially Tara Reid!
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