: : : The Master of Disguise


For grown-up fans of Dana Carvey, this train wreck of a comedy, is, in the words of Carvey's SNL Ross Perot impression, just sad. But kids love it! Carvey's chameleonesque Pistachio Disguisey is an endearing klutz-turned-hero in the classic Jerry Lewis tradition. So perhaps they won't get the Tony Montana Scarface reference. But his Turtle man is a hoot ("Am I not turtle enough?" is the catchphrase that swept the playgrounds). And when all else fails (and it nearly does), Brent Spiner shows up to steal his scenes as the villain who has a penchant for passing gas after laughing maniacally. No doubt hopes for an Austin Powers-like franchise have been dashed. Certainly, Master, with its cameos by Bo Derek, Jessica Simpson, and Jesse Ventura, lacks Goldmember's A-list star power. But it is way more family-friendly, and that will favorably impress parents. --Donald Liebenson


Dana CarveyPistachio Disguisey
Jennifer EspositoJennifer Baker
Harold GouldGrandfather Disguisey
James BrolinFabbrizio Disguisey
Brent SpinerDevlin Bowman
Edie McClurgMother Disguisey
Maria Canals-BarreraSophia
Mark DevineTrent
Kenan ThompsonKenan
Jay JohnstonRex
Erick AvariCigar Maker
Bo DerekHerself
Paula AbdulHerself
Jesse VenturaHimself

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weird movie very funny to watch. But its lame when you repeat it. TheMasterOfDisguise
  • Genre: Comedy Movies
  • Director: Perry Andelin Blake
  • Producer: Columbia/Tri-Star
  • Length: 1 hr. 20 min.
  • Aspect ratio: 1.85:1
  • Theatrical Release
    North AmericaAug 2, 2002
    EuropeJan 17, 2003
    JapanJul 5, 2003
    AustraliaJan 1, 2003
  • Ratings
    North AmericaPG
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