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Genres: Comedy , Crime
Actors: Kathleen Turner , Dennis Quaid , Fiona Shaw , Stanley Tucci , Larry Miller , Obba Babatundé , Tom Arnold , Park Overall , Ralph Brown , Jan Tríska , Marshall Bell , Richard Jenkins , Dennis Lipscomb , Saul Rubinek , Dakin Matthews
Director: Herbert Ross
Country: United States
Year: 1993
IMDB Rating: 5.6/10 (4526 votes)

A wise-cracking husband and wife team of ex-Spies arrive in New Orleans on maternity leave with their baby girl. There they are hassled by muggers, the police and their FBI boss, who wants them to do just-one-more job.

Film Review

This movie is hilarious! It isn’t dumb humor like several movies. It is so funny that I’m laughing just thinking about the scenes. This movie is a #10 and don’t let the rating fool you! Anyone giving this lower than a 9 isn’t a comedy fan at all! Give it a chance!!!!The couple is fun and such a match. The laughter comes at the most unexpected moments.I loved the New Orleans scenery, along with the music. The actors/actresses were wonderful! They have great chemistry and Morty makes the movie! Surprises at every corner, also! There’s romance, mystery, comedy, and action!

As in every comedy, there are things that are very funny and things that are annoying or stupid. You just hope that the "good" outweighs the "bad." I think that's the case here, even though I traded in the tape. However, I did watch it a couple of times, so there are enough laughs to make this worth seeing. There are enough odd characters, too. That's no surprise when you see the supporting cast: Stanley Tucci, Larry Miller, Fiona Shaw and Tom Arnold. All of them put added spark to the film. Tucci, as "Meurte," is most obvious as he continually tries to mug the leading couple, played by Kathleen Turner and Dennis Quaid. Miller plays a weird cop with a lisp and a very weird accent. I guess you could call this movie "quirky."Turner and Quaid are so smug as modern-day Nick and Nora Charles, you want to root for "Muerte" to succeed. Frankly, I never found Turner, except perhaps in "Body Heat," to be that alluring. However…

Unlike most people who see this movie (including my friend who recommended it to me), the character "Muerte" (or "Morty") was not my very favorite part. He was funny, yes, but I was more impressed by the two quirky main characters, (played by Dennis Quaid and Kathleen Turner). Quaid’s character, especially, had a hilarious dead-pan humor that made me like him and laugh."Undercover Blues" simultaneously embraces and ridicules spy-movies. The plot structure is fairly typical, (other than the fact that the protagonist spies have an 8-month-old baby). There are good guys and bad guys, and I was reminded of Ocean’s 11 and 12 at the end. The main characters have the typical prowess of professional spies, yet they spend as much time mocking themselves as using their skills. I found this duality unique and refreshing, while the formulaic plot didn’t stretch my limited Sunday-evening-lethargic brain-power.One other thing that impressed me about this movie was the …

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