Relatively minor Keaton feature about a young man who discovers he is to inherit $7 million - provided he gets married by 7 o'clock on his 27th birthday, which just happens to be the same day. Lacks the sustained energy of some of his more well known efforts, but the final chase sequence, where is pursued by literally hundreds of would-be brides, is killer.
Otra genialidad de Keaton. Cómo un argumento tan simple se la ingenia para generar el desorden y la audacia a fin de promover una comedia hilarante. Me queda en la memoria el correría de Keaton y atrás la manada de novias enardecidas que acaban de aplastar a todo un equipo de fútbol.
Whoever is offended by the so called "racism" here is not only a complete pussy but also an idiot. So Keaton's character amidst his race against time and fate was supposed to risk being jailed strictly to appease your intrusively petty liberal agenda amassed from propagandist guilt? Lynch yourself.
My favorite scenes are the dissolve cut where Keaton is driving to his true loves house and he just gets in the car and the setting changes around the automobile without the car moving. Great camera work. And that chase at the end is awesome. The guys a nut.
James Shannon, garçon timide, hérite d'une fortune colossale à condition d'être marié à la date de son 27ième anniversaire avant 19 heures, heure précise de sa naissance... Sublime !
Instead of the energetic and epic chase scene my favourites were the many smaller moments. I guess I can't reveal much without ruining the experience from others. I'll just say this: Julian and the man with the bridal veil (horribly stereotypical, I know, but still damn funny)!