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Mickey Blue Eyes

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Would you believe Hugh Grant as a violent Mafioso from Kansas City? Don't worry if you can't: that's part of the joke in this romantic comedy. Michael Felgate (Hugh Grant) is a British expatriate living in Manhattan who runs a successful auction house dealing in rare and valuable art. When Michael meets Gina (Jeanne Tripplehorn), he's immediately smitten, and three months later he asks for her hand in marriage. Gina, however, tells Michael that she could never marry him because of her family. Crestfallen, Michael wants to find out what the trouble could be; and when he tracks down Gina's father Frank (James Caan), he discovers the nature of Gina's family problems: Frank is a Mafia kingpin, and several of Gina's previous boyfriends have met an ill fate trying to fit in with his criminal lifestyle. Frank, however, takes an immediate liking to Michael and asks him for a few small favors. Before long, Michael has inadvertently laundered mob money through his auction house and has to pass himself off to rival gangsters as Mickey Blue Eyes, a wiseguy from Kansas City. Mickey Blue Eyes was co-produced by Hugh Grant's significant other, Elizabeth Hurley, and directed by Kelly Makin, whose previous credits include the Kids in the Hall movie Brain Candy.
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Courier-Journal (Louisville, KY)
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June 25, 2004

As a moviegoer, I never dreamed I would yearn for Leslie Nielsen.
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Common Sense Media

December 26, 2010

Messy movie. Not much for teens here.
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USA Today

January 01, 2000

Eventually, the movie reaches a point where sheer plot contrivance is the only way out, and a lot of steam is lost when the FBI gets involved and the actual wedding ceremony approaches.
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San Francisco Examiner
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January 01, 2000

The film is as insulting as taking the queen to the Olive Garden.
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Film.com

January 01, 2000

Atrocious!
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Reel Film Reviews
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December 14, 2016

An agreeable if forgettable comedy...
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San Jose Mercury News

January 01, 2000

The second half is a mess, full of characters going off in directions we're not prepared for and rogue plot devices that seem either to have been planned for and then forgotten, or added as an afterthought.
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TheMovieReport.com
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November 24, 2009

The love story is ill-served by all directly involved.
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Los Angeles Times
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January 01, 2000

Preposterously convoluted plot twists!
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eFilmCritic.com
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July 18, 2008

Gets bogged down in the kind of tangled-web humor that should have died out with Three's Company.
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Chicago Tribune

January 01, 2000

Mickey is a limply derivative, disappointingly trivial and hokey fish-out-of-water crime comedy!
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Washington Post
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January 01, 2000

Grant should consider hypnotic therapy to help him forget Mickey Blue Eyes!
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