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"The House Of Yes": a brief synopsis without giving away the movie, and a glowing critique of this indy favorite.

Title: "The House Of Yes": a brief synopsis without giving away the movie, and a glowing critique of this indy favorite.
Category: /Arts & Humanities/Film & TV
Details: Words: 373 | Pages: 1 (approximately 235 words/page)
"The House Of Yes": a brief synopsis without giving away the movie, and a glowing critique of this indy favorite.
"The House of Yes" Please, May I Have Some More?         When Parker Posey debuted this film in 1997, along with three others, she quickly became the sweetheart of independent films. No one else had the gift for adapting such a stiffly written, complexly neurotic character to the screen with such finesse that she made the whole movie believable. Written and directed by Mark Water, the script is based in a Broadway Play where young Marty (Josh …showed first 75 words of 373 total…
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…showed last 75 words of 373 total…The House of Yes" at least twice to fully grasp its intricacies. The movie even managed to work in Spelling's only acting ability, that starry eyed gaze of a squirrel caught on the highway, and Freddie Prinze Jr.'s clueless and ignorant charm seamlessly into this warped tale of an American family. Those who think they would rather watch a shoot-out will be pleasantly surprised as they become insidiously drawn into this brutally funny story.

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