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A kitschly comic take on the long-running TV crime series that began in the 1950s, this film features Dan Aykroyd as by-the-book Sergeant Joe Friday with Tom Hanks as his unconventional and streetwise partner, Pep Streebeck. Both are anxious to solve a series of strangely linked crimes in LA involving the disparate thefts of a 30-foot snake, a lion's mane and a series of magazines. All clues lead to an organisation led by TV preacher the Reverend Jonathan Whirley, who may not be as righteous as he seems...
Comedy about an incompetent inspector in pursuit of a French maid, who has been accused of murder.
All ages 98 mins
Every essential blues and soul musician takes a turn to help Jake and Elwood save their former orphanage, in this hilarious deadpan comedy.
14+ years 130 mins
A hilarious spoof of film noir detective stories, cleverly intercut with footage from old movies.
11+ years 84 mins
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