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Company Man (2000)

PG-13 | | Comedy | 3 May 2000 (France)
A high school teacher in the 60s becomes an international spy and becomes involved in a plot to overthrow Fidel Castro.

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Officer Hickle
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Sen. Biggs
Reathel Bean ...
Sen. Farwood
Harriet Koppel ...
Stenographer
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Alan Quimp
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Daisy Quimp
Terry Beaver ...
Mr. Judge
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Skull and Bones Waiter
Grant Walden ...
Older Man
Nathan Dean ...
Younger Man
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Fobbs
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Petrov
Kim Merrill ...
Woman in Line
Merwin Goldsmith ...
Mr. Brisk
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Nora
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A high school teacher in the 60s becomes an international spy and becomes involved in a plot to overthrow Fidel Castro.

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One part Inspector Clouseau, one part Mr. Bean, no parts James Bond...

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Rated PG-13 for sexual humor and drug content | See all certifications »
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3 May 2000 (France)  »

Also Known As:

Botcsinálta ügynök  »

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Box Office

Budget:

$16,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend:

$74,743 (USA) (9 March 2001)

Gross:

$146,028 (USA) (4 May 2001)
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Bill Murray had a cameo in the film but his appearance was cut. See more »

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When Alan first lands in Cuba in the late 1950s, he flies in on a Cessna Caravan, an aircraft that didn't take its first flight until 1982. See more »

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Daisy Quimp: [after losing all of her hair] Oh my God! I look like an Oscar!
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References Our Man in Havana (1959) See more »

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I Love My Baby
Written by B. Page
Performed by Bobby Page and the Riff Raffs
Courtesy RAM Records
By Arrangement with Hacate Entertainment Group, LLC
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A Hilarious Joke With the Contemporary History of Cuba and USA – A Very Funny Movie
27 February 2004 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

In the 60's, Alan Quimp (Douglas McGrath) is a school teacher of English grammar and married with the very demanding woman Daisy Quimp (Sigourney Weaver). In order to avoid the constant mockery in Daisy's family, Alan says that he is a secret CIA agent. Daisy tells everybody, the CIA acknowledges the lie, but due to a coincidence, Alan has just helped and hidden the professional Russian dancer Petrov (Ryan Phillippe) who wanted to leave Russia. The CIA decides to hire Alan as an agent, to get the credits of bringing Petrov to USA, and immediately decides to send him to a very calm place, Cuba. Again due to a fortunate coincidence, Alan disclosures the identity of a double agent (Dennis Leary). Then, Fidel Castro (Anthony LaPaglia) makes the revolution and deposes Fulgêncio Batista (Alan Cumming). With the support of the former CIA agent in Cuba Lowther (Woody Allen) and Croker Johnson (John Turturro), Alan tries unsuccessfully to eliminate Fidel. In the end, he is sent to another quiet place (Vietnam). This movie is one of the most funny I have recently seen. The constellation of excellent actors and actresses is amazing. The story, a hilarious joke with the contemporary history of Cuba and USA, is delicious. Only the character of John Turturro disappoints a little bit, but when Woody Allen appears in scene, there are fantastic ironic dialogs. All the cast is excellent and wonderful, but Woody Allen is splendorous, as usual, with the best lines. I can not understand why this movie is so underrated in IMDB. My vote is eight.

Title (Brazil): `Um Agente Como A Gente' (`An Agent Like Us')

Obs: There is a joke in the Brazilian title that is not possible to explain to those not familiarized with Portuguese.


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